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Thousands turned out Sunday afternoon for a demo against tuition increases and rebuilding flagging anti-Liberal feeling before a possible election this fall. Demos were also held in Quebec City and Trois-Rivières.
Kate, Mathieu, and Ephraim are discussing. Toggle Comments
Are students, if they are getting involved in politics, subject to the maximums and laws pertaining to political donations? That’s $1000 max, $100 or more to publish names and of course, no donations from outside of the province.
That might apply to formally constituted parties. I don’t think it does to interest groups.
Kate, I’m not so sure. That would violate the principle that legal entities are allowed to manipulate our electoral system. Unions can’t contribute, only individuals. This is three unions.
It applies to them, but only if they endorse a particular party, which is not the case at this point.
Interesting point. If their main message remains “vote out the Liberals” yet they continue to refrain from endorsing any specific other party, that puts them in the clear?
Watch the rules change, I suspect.
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