Are "robo letters" reminiscent of robocalls?
It's the last day of the Ontario election campaign, and allegations of dirty tricks are flying. The most serious ones come from the Liberals, who are accusing the Progressive Conservatives of voter suppression. It's over letters received by voters in two hotly contested ridings, including Ottawa West-Nepean. They're written in the style of one neighbour to another, suggesting they might run into each other at the polling station. Problem is, the polling station in the letter is the wrong one for at least some recipients.
So with an election just one day away...what needs to happen to ensure it's fair? For a look at that question we were joined by Jean-Pierre Kingsley, a former chief electoral officer of Elections Canada.