Canadian News Oct 6, 2019 5:09 PM EST

Elections Canada attempts to combat huge number of non-Canadians on voting register

In May, it was revealed that Elections Canada needed to eliminate an estimated 103,000 people from their voters’ register because they aren’t Canadian, but nonetheless were registered to vote. This number was later revised to 85,000, of which 74,000 were removed, according to Elections Canada.

Elections Canada attempts to combat huge number of non-Canadians on voting register
Dylan Gibbons Montreal, QC
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