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Organization: Elections Canada

March 2019

Req # A-2016-00075

Any records, including but not limited to briefing materials, studies, reports and presentations, on the subject of computer hacking (also called cyberattacks) on Elections Canada computers/servers or computer hacking and the electoral system or computer hacking and electronic voting. Time frame is January 1, 2016, to the present. Please exclude cabinet confidences and emails.

Organization: Elections Canada

217 page(s)
March 2018

Req # A-2017-00035

Please release all email correspondence any of the following people have had with Stephen Zaluski of Justice Canada since January 1, 2006: Stéphane Perrault, Marc Mayrand, Hughes St-Pierre, Michel Roussel, Karine Morin, Vivian Cousineau, Belaineh Deguefé and Jacques Mailloux.

Organization: Elections Canada

4 page(s)
March 2018

Req # A-2017-00036

All complaints about online advertising by members of the public or party representatives during the 2015 federal election or subsequent by-elections. Online advertising can include ads seen on Facebook, Instagram, Snapchat or Twitter, banner ads on websites in addition to influencer marketing or brand ambassadors. If there is a high volume of complaints, preference should be given to complaints that include a screenshot or pictures as evidence. Electronic records preferred: spreadsheets, databases, JPEGs or GIFs.

Organization: Elections Canada

86 page(s)
March 2018