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Posted by: rjohal
Thu, 15 Feb 2018 20:26:22 GMT



Hi all,

Not sure if many have read this report from the Feds but it is worth taking a look at because of the sobering message around the risks of internet voting. We are hearing that some criticisms about internet voting is occurring around the Province and this report provides much of that side of the debate.

https://www.cse-cst.gc.ca/sites/default/files/cse-cyber-threat-assessment-e.pdf

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Posted by: rjohal
Thu, 08 Feb 2018 21:41:50 GMT



Yes, this was changed in the reg. See our blog post for more information.

http://www.amcto.com/Blog/November-2017/MEA-Regulation-Posted

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Posted by: rjohal
Thu, 08 Feb 2018 21:37:08 GMT



Hey, the third party reg has not been completed yet and is expected sometime in April from what we understand. When posted, it will be available on e-laws and you can check our policy blog for more details when it is made public.

No idea if they still publish the books of the MEA legislation. You can alway print it.



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Posted by: jcapes@villageofpointedward.com
Thu, 08 Feb 2018 21:23:12 GMT



Hi,
During our training in London it was mentioned that the Regulation of Third Party Advertising would be posted on the discussion forum. I haven't seen it when perusing the discussions but wanted to make sure I didn't miss it. Also just wondering if anybody knows if the new MEA book has come out, or if you know when it is coming out.
Thank you


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Posted by: jcapes@villageofpointedward.com
Thu, 08 Feb 2018 21:11:50 GMT



Hi, I am just wondering if a decision has been made yet if Municipalities with less than 4,000 population are required to obtain the 25 signatures for nominations?

Thank you

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Posted by: CHRISTINE@REDLAKE.CA
Tue, 30 Jan 2018 16:09:11 GMT



I am working on a policy for Use of Corporate Resources Many policies stipulate that their poicy applies not only to Candidates and sitting members of Council, but also to Acclaimed Candidates and Members of Council not seeking re-election. I can understand why acclaimed candidates must adhere to the policy, because the campaign period ends December 31, 2018, but I am not clear why members of Council not seeking re-election must adhere to the policy. Could someone please explain.

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