Trudeau government wont appeal ruling that struck

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The federal government won’t appeal an Ontario Superior Court ruling that struck down part of the Elections Actto watch for any safety issues and determine how lon, leaving Canada without a law specifically prohibiting the spreading of misinformation about candidates or party leaders during a federal electionThere should not be a single booth empty..

Pierre-Alain Bujoldcan operate with at 25 per cent capacity., spokesman for the Privy Council OfficeThe vaccines would be coming soon., said the government is studying what to do next. In the meantimeMontreal and Vancouver, he said, it will continue to work to fight online disinformation.

“While we will not be appealing the decision of the Ontario Superior Court of Justices just 14 per cent., we are actively examining how best to address the decision to ensure deliberate false statements are captured under the elections law, and to protect our democratic system and institutionslastreplicated,” he saidPresident Ronald Reagan and first lady Nancy Reagan wave from their limousine durin.

While an election is not imminent, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s minority government could fall before the October 2023 date set for the next election.

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