About 50 people gathered in St. John’s Sunday to protest the so-called robocall scandal, one of many rallies scheduled to be held across the country.
Organizers call it the National Day of Action Against Election Fraud.
Elections Canada is investigating reports of misleading robocalls made to voters during last year's federal election.
Protester Vicky Hammond was among those at Colonial Building in St. John’s, the old seat of government.
"We need a public inquiry to restore trust if nothing else," Hammond said.
While 50 people attended the rally, some were concerned about who wasn't there.
Thomas Jordan was unhappy that not one elected representative showed up.
"It just makes me really disappointed and a little angry," he said.