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Democratic Reform Minister Pierre Poilievre defended the Fair Elections Act Tuesday evening as a ‘common sense bill.’ (FRED CHARTRAND/The Canadian Press)
Democratic Reform Minister Pierre Poilievre defended the Fair Elections Act Tuesday evening as a ‘common sense bill.’ (FRED CHARTRAND/The Canadian Press)

Read the 344-page list of proposed amendments to the Fair Elections Act Add to ...

The House of Commons committee tasked with studying the Conservative government's Bill C-23, the Fair Elections Act, is going through 344 pages of proposed amendments this week. Below is the list of amendments they're working through. Not all will pass, but Democratic Reform Minister Pierre Poilievre has signalled that some changes to the bill will be made.

(What is the Fair Elections Act? Read The Globe and Mail’s easy explanation.)

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