The Conservatives got some more good news today.
Within a couple of weeks of Nigel Wright being absolved by the RCMP for his role in the Senate expense scandal, Elections Canada has decided not to refer the so-called robocall scandal to the Director of Public Prosecutions.
Elections Canada launched its investigation in 2012, following complaints about deceptive telephone calls in electoral districts in the last general election campaign.
"Investigators have been able to determine that incorrect poll locations were provided to some electors, and that some nuisance calls occurred," notes the report released on Thursday.
"However, the evidence does not establish that calls were made a) with the intention of preventing or attempting to prevent an elector from voting, or b) for the purpose of inducing an elector by some pretence or contrivance to vote or not vote, or to vote or not vote for a particular candidate.
"The data gathered in the investigation does not lend support to theRead More »from Does the Elections Canada decision mean the robocall scandal is dead?