Key documents in Guelph robocalls investigation

Read documents filed or obtained by an Elections Canada investigator looking in to allegations of fraudulent election day phone calls in Guelph, Ont.

An Elections Canada investigator filed sworn affadavits in Alberta and Ontario outlining his findings into allegations of misleading automated phone calls made in the riding of Guelph during the last federal election.

The documents, which include unproven allegations and have not been tested in court, were filed to obtain a production order to compel Racknine, an Edmonton automated phone firm, to turn over files and information related to calls in Guelph on and around election day, May 2, 2011.

The affadavits, the production order and the results of the order are reproduced below.