Letter – Robocalls vs robocalls

Perhaps now that an Elections Canada spokesman has revealed the bulk of the 31,000 messages it received...

Robocalls vs robocalls

Perhaps now that an Elections Canada spokesman has revealed the bulk of the 31,000 messages it received concerning alleged fraudulent robocalls were, themselves, made via automated forms or online form letters, people will tone down their hysteria on the issue. Particularly since most of the calls were solicited by anti-government activists and were non-specific in nature. Let’s leave the investigation of any electioneering wrong doing to Elections Canada and the RCMP and have Parliament get on with its business.

John Amon,Victoria

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