Elections Canada: Campaigns have legal access to multi-residential buildings

Dorothy Sitek with Elections Canada says candidates and representatives are legally allowed to access multi-residential buildings.  “The Canada elections act does give candidates and their representatives a right to access apartment and condos to canvass at the doors, units or house of those residents.”    Read the article…………


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