Canada Elections Act
56 No person shall
(a) knowingly make a false or misleading statement, orally or in writing, relating to their qualification as an elector or relating to any other information referred to in section 49;
(b) knowingly make a false or misleading statement, orally or in writing, relating to another person’s qualification as an elector, surname, given names, sex, civic address or mailing address for the purpose of having that person’s name deleted from the Register of Electors;
(c) request the listing in the Register of Electors of the name of a person who is not qualified as an elector, knowing that the person is not so qualified;
(d) wilfully apply to have included in the Register of Electors the name of an animal or thing;
(e) knowingly use personal information that is obtained from the Register of Electors except as follows:
(i) to enable registered parties, members or candidates to communicate with electors in accordance with section 110,
(ii) for the purpose of a federal election or referendum, or
(iii) in accordance with the conditions included in an agreement made under section 55, in the case of information that is transmitted in accordance with the agreement; or
(f) knowingly use other personal information that is transmitted in accordance with an agreement made under section 55 except in accordance with the conditions included in the agreement.
- 2000, c. 9, s. 56;
- 2007, c. 21, s. 10.
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