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Elections Canada 12h
Replying to @StephenRWade3
Hi Stephen, Elections Canada is an independent, non-partisan agency that reports directly to Parliament. For more information, please visit:
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Elections Canada 12h
Replying to @Mikercorcoran
Hi there, Roughly three months following the elections, the official voting results with all the final numbers are published on the website.
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Elections Canada 12h
Replying to @TundraHunter
For more information, please visit: 2/2
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Elections Canada 12h
Replying to @TundraHunter
Hi there, According to the criteria referred to in the Canada Elections Act, Elections Canada should accept a ballot when it has been marked in a circle at the right of the candidates' names. 1/2
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Elections Canada 12h
Replying to @309steve
Hi Steven, The Canada Elections Act does not deal with political signs outside a federal election period. For more information about the rules about election signs:
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Elections Canada Nov 8
? Members of the public who think someone may be breaking election law can contact the Commissioner of Canada Elections to make a complaint.
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Elections Canada Nov 8
Replying to @leannababy241
Hi Susannah, Returning officers submit pay files in batches while doing extensive work to close the general election. The six to eight week time frame is based on technical limitations and returning officer workload.
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Elections Canada Nov 8
Replying to @hobbitthumper
Any election worker with questions can reach out to Elections Canada’s Payment Inquiry Line at 1-800-823-8488. For more information: document=index&lang=e 2/2
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Elections Canada Nov 8
Replying to @hobbitthumper
Hi Kaytee. We are committed to making sure election workers are paid in a timely manner. Nearly all poll staff who worked at advance or election day polls can expect to be paid within six to eight weeks of election day. 1/2
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Elections Canada Nov 8
Replying to @jody94476589
Hi, we administer the Canada Elections Act. If you think there has been a violation of the Canada Elections Act, you can contact the Commissioner of Canada Elections, who is responsible for investigating complaints about possible offences:
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Elections Canada Nov 8
Replying to @ElectionsCan_E
A Transport Canada pilot flew the team to each lighthouse, allowing more than 50 registered electors to vote by special ballot. 2/2
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Elections Canada Nov 8
During the election, a Coast Guard helicopter brought two Elections Canada service agents to 27 lighthouses along the coast of BC to make sure lighthouse keepers could vote. 1/2
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Elections Canada Nov 8
Replying to @AdamLockett34
Hi Adam, There are currently no restrictions on whether a potential candidate can start campaigning outside an election period.
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Elections Canada Nov 8
Replying to @CochraneGord
Hi Gord, If you would like to provide feedback, you may do so here:
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Elections Canada Nov 7
NEW: Judicial Recount Terminated in the Electoral District of Port Moody–Coquitlam
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Elections Canada Nov 7
NEW: Judicial Recount Terminated in the Electoral District of Québec
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Elections Canada Nov 7
Replying to @Alex_Grace22
If you have additional questions, you may call us at 1-800-823-8488. (2/2)
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Elections Canada Nov 7
Replying to @Alex_Grace22
Hi there. Poll workers are paid one time, normally within eight weeks afterwards. Workers who receive pay by direct deposit usually get paid earlier than those who chose payment by cheque. Workers also receive a pay stub in the mail. (1/2)
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Elections Canada Nov 7
Replying to @wburchjones
Hello, The Canada Elections Act does not regulate or prohibit displaying campaign signs outside federal election periods. For more information about the rules about election signs:
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Elections Canada Nov 6
Replying to @ianoyler
Workers also receive a pay stub in the mail. If you have additional questions, you may call us at 1-800-823-8488 or email info@elections.ca. 2/2
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