Last summer, Green Party delegates voted in favour of an emergency resolution which tasked party leader Elizabeth May to ask the Queen for a Royal Inquiry into the robocall scandal.
May did and the Queen finally responded — well, actually Buckingham Palace's 'Deputy to the Senior Correspondence Officer' responded:
"The Queen has taken careful note of the concerns you express over the fairness of the Canadian democratic electoral process, which you feel is being infringed," Miss Jennie Vine wrote.
"Perhaps, I might explain, however, that this is not a matter in The Queen would intervene. As a constitutional Sovereign, Her Majesty acts through her personal representative, the Governor-General, on the advice of her Canadian Ministers and it is to them that your appeal should be directed.
"I have thereforeRead More »from Queen Elizabeth appropriately rejects Elizabeth May’s call for a robocall inquiry