Nov 072012
2012-11-05  Electronic voting, U.S. Election, use of software patches in key swing state

There are serious concerns about electronic voting since the election fraud  in Florida that put Geo Bush back into the White House and since the “robo call” manipulations in Canada.  Add this article to the file. Monday, Nov 5, 2012 03:36 PM CST Is the GOP stealing Ohio? Uncertified, “experimental” software patches have been installed […]

Nov 072012

A very important story: (INSERT:  in the October 2012 municipal election in Saskatoon, the electronic voting system was the same as demonstrated in the documentary where a black marker is used to fill in the oval to mark the voter’s choice.  The page is then run through the reader/computer.) “The mid-term elections are one […]

Nov 072012 Published on Friday June 26, 2009 Joan Bryden THE CANADIAN PRESS OTTAWA–Allowing Canadians to vote electronically may be the remedy for the ever-dwindling percentage of voters who bother to exercise their democratic rights, Elections Canada suggests. In a report released late Friday, the independent electoral watchdog says it will push this fall for legislative […]

Jun 282012

Is there a bigger “David versus Goliath” story than Julian Assange (Wikileaks)  versus the American Military Empire? What a cliff-hanger!  Will he be extradited to Sweden, or will Ecuador come through? For Assange, it is the difference between death and life (the Swedes will turn him over to the Americans.  Ecuador, into whose custody he […]

Jun 272012
2012-06-27  New evidence backs claims of questionable Dean Del Mastro donations Glen McGregor and Stephen Maher, Postmedia News OTTAWA — Two donors to Conservative MP Dean Del Mastro’s 2008 election campaign have produced copies of cheques they say were reimbursements paid by a small electrical company owned by his cousin. The cheques show the donors each received $1,050 from Deltro Electric Ltd. of Mississauga, Ont., […]

Jun 232012
2012-06-21  Elections Canada robocalls probe taken over by ‘low-key’ bureaucrat Yves Côté, National Post

NOTE: The Globe & Mail reported Corbett’s departure from Elections Canada as a  RESIGNATION.  See  2012-06-21 Election-law enforcer resigns amid robo-calls investigation The National Post reported it as a RETIREMENT  (article below). – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – Stephen Maher and Glen McGregor, Postmedia […]

Jun 222012

NOTE: The Globe & Mail reported Corbett’s departure from Elections Canada as a  RESIGNATION (the appended article). The National Post reported it as a RETIREMENT.   See  2012-06-21  Elections Canada robocalls probe taken over by ‘low-key’ bureaucrat Yves Côté, National Post – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – […]

Jun 222012

Hi All, I spoke today with Jamian at the Council of Canadians about the time-line for the Robocall Election fraud court challenges. With thanks – – the document   Election fraud cannot go unchallenged is brief, but contains links for those who want more information.  (I cannot find the URL for the document.  The preceding link is the […]

Jun 182012

Hey!  Many thanks to Penny – – I revised the math (How close is Harper to losing Majority Government?).  It’s gets even better!: There’s the by-election in Calgary Centre coming up (Conservative Member-of-Parliament resigned May 30).  See 2012-06-12  Elections Canada Notice of By-Election in Calgary Centre.  Conservative Member-of-Parliament Lee Richardson resigned May 30. The best link […]

Jun 182012
2012-06-18  Party standings in House of Commons with changes since last election

Thanks to Penny – – this is the best resource page for current standings in the House of Commons. PARTY STANDINGS 41st Parliament Province / Territory C.P.C. N.D.P. Lib. B.Q.* Green* Ind. Vacant Total Alberta 25 1 1 1 28 British Columbia 21 12 2 1 36 Manitoba 11 2 1 14 New Brunswick […]