Canada’s ruling Conservatives accused of resorting to dirty tricks to win the last election

Canada’s opposition parliamentarians are demanding an inquiry into deceptive telephone calls which may have confused voters and influenced outcomes in the federal election of May 2011. We talk to political studies professor Kathy Brock of Queen's University who says an inquiry isn’t necessary since Elections Canada has all the tools it needs to bring any wrongdoers to account.

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