We can see more and more evidence of systematic election fraud. A recent CBC investigation found a national pattern of voters receiving misleading robocalls after they were identified as being non-Conservative, a result that suggests “that the misleading calls relied on data gathered by, and carefully guarded by, the Conservative Party.” 
Just this week our friends at the Council of Canadians have launched legal challenges to election results in seven key ridings where they have found significant evidence that fraud affected the result of the election.  With your help, we’ve sent hundreds of reports of electoral fraud to the Council of Canadians and Elections Canada to aid their investigations.
Now, as a recent poll shows that your call for a public inquiry is supported by an overwhelming majority of Canadians, it’s time to get back out into the streets and refocus attention on this issue.  This weekend’s rallies will demand a rapid investigation, a full public inquiry, and serious consequences for election fraud including new elections in affected ridings.
What: Rally against Election Fraud
When: Saturday March 31st (Sunday in Ottawa)
Where: Cities all across Canada - see below for a rally near you!
National Facebook event:
Not on Facebook? Check here for a list of rallies happening all across the country: http://newelectionnow.
- Brantford: Victoria Park, 1:00 pm
- Calgary, Calgary City Hall, 1:00 pm
- Edmonton: Sir Winston Churchill Square, 12:00 noon
- Gatineau: Parc Moussette, 11:00 am
- Halifax: Parade Square, 1:00 pm
- Hamilton: Gore Park, 2:00 pm
- Kelowna: The Sails, 1:00 pm
- Kitchener-Waterloo: Kitchener City Hall, 1:00pm
- Lethbridge, 255 8th St. South, 11:00 am
- Montreal: Place Du Peuple – Square Victoria, 2:00 pm
- Nelson: City Hall, 12:00 noon
- Ottawa: Parliament Hill, 12:00 noon on Sunday April 1st
- Peterborough: Confederation Park, NE corner, 1:00 pm
- Regina: Victoria Park Plaza, 2:00pm
- Saint John: King’s Square, 2:00 pm
- St. John’s: Colonial Building, Military Road, 2:00 pm
- Toronto: Old City Hall, Queen & Bay, 2:30 pm
- Vancouver: Vancouver Art Gallery, 750 Hornby St., 2:00 pm
- Victoria: Centennial Square, 2:00 pm
- Windsor: Charles Clark Square, 2:00 pm
- Winnipeg: corner Osborne St, & River Ave, 2:30 pm