Canada Elections Act

Version of section 350 from 2003-01-01 to 2014-12-18:


Marginal note:Spending limit

  •  (1) A third party shall not incur election advertising expenses of a total amount of more than $150,000 during an election period in relation to a general election.

  • Marginal note:Spending limit — electoral district

    (2) Not more than $3,000 of the total amount referred to in subsection (1) shall be incurred to promote or oppose the election of one or more candidates in a given electoral district, including by

    • (a) naming them;

    • (b) showing their likenesses;

    • (c) identifying them by their respective political affiliations; or

    • (d) taking a position on an issue with which they are particularly associated.

  • Marginal note:Expenses re party leader

    (3) The limit set out in subsection (2) only applies to an amount incurred with respect to a leader of a registered party or eligible party to the extent that it is incurred to promote or oppose his or her election in a given electoral district.

  • Marginal note:Spending limit — by-election

    (4) A third party shall not incur election advertising expenses of a total amount of more than $3,000 in a given electoral district during the election period of a by-election.

  • Marginal note:Third party inflation adjustment factor

    (5) The amounts referred to in subsections (1), (2) and (4) shall be multiplied by the inflation adjustment factor referred to in section 414 that is in effect on the issue of the writ or writs.

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