Elections Canada helping Conservatives ‘resolve’ membership fraud issues

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Elections Canada is working with the Conservative party to resolve the fallout from its decision to remove 1,351 fraudulent memberships — purchased with pre-paid credit cards — from the party membership rolls.

On Tuesday, Elections Canada spokesperson Diane Benson confirmed the agency’s involvement in the matter, but said she wasn’t at liberty to elaborate. The Conservative party didn’t respond to multiple requests for comments throughout the week.

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This article is summarized by Canadian Fraud News Inc.