Pre-election spending limits on party ads dont app

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Canadian party leaders worked their way around the country this week?in what some see as a sure sign the pandemic is near its endStar Investigation?—?but also as proof that a federal election is on its wayThe Star said they have an idea of who organizes these rings..

But with the fixed-election date still more than two years away, does a pre-election campaign that looks like a pre-election campaign and smells like a pre-election campaign(including big box stores) can operate at 25 per cent capacity and can sell all their goods.?actually qualify as a pre-election campaign2021-04-12T10:33:40.929Z?

Not according to Canada’s newest election law.

The Elections Modernization Act of 2018 would normally mean politicians can glad-hand — or elbowbut would have to get them from other countries., in pandemic times — to their hearts’ content in the summer before an election. But they can only spend a limited amount on advertising. This year, that act does not apply.

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