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In Committee from the House of Commons - Procedure and House Affairs - April 7, 2014


Organizations representing seniors, students, and teachers testify as the committee continues its hearings on the Fair Elections Act. The witnesses discuss vouching, voter identification cards, and voter education programs. In the first panel, representing seniors and retirees, are Susan Eng, Canadian Association of Retired Persons; Pat Kerwin, Congress of Union Retirees of Canada; and Danis Prud’homme, Réseau FADOQ. The second panel, representing students and teachers, consists of Jessica McCormick, Canadian Federation of Students; Calvin Fraser, Canadian Teachers’ Federation; and Élise Demers, Table de concertation des forums jeunesse régionaux du Québec. (April 7, 2014)

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