TORONTO—Although an official report on electoral irregularities in the 2011 election found no evidence of voter fraud, the now ousted Conservative government believed otherwise, and that fraud was at their expense. One of its MPs told Parliament—he later retracted his story—that he had witnessed people picking discarded voter identification cards from the garbage and delivering them to another party’s campaign office. To rectify the alleged problem, the Conservatives introduced the Fair Elections Act.
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