Canada strikes interim trade deal with the U.K. as it exits the EU

Director of the McGill Institute for the Study of Canada Daniel Beland weighs in on Canada agreeing to a new trade deal with the U.K. as it departs from the EU.

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  1. Our elections will be in question, until we see evidence that the dominion/smartech technology was not used in our elections. Covid will be the least of our worries.

    1. In 2018 Over 150 municipalities in Ontario conducted their elections primarily online, with physical polling stations either abandoned entirely or limited to only a few central polling stations for voters who could not or did not want to vote online. Municipalities contracted with election companies, including Intelivote Systems, Dominion Voting Systems and Simply Voting Inc. Voters used a PIN number to identify themselves.

    2. On election day, 51 of these municipalities, all of which had selected Dominion Voting Systems as their online voting contractor, were affected by a technical failure. Dominion subcontracted processing to another company (colocation centre), which capped internet connections in the early evening, without authorization from or consultation with Dominion. They could not handle the early evening increase in voting traffic, thus making it impossible for many voters to get through to the server between 5:00 pm and 7:30 p.m. They extended voting for 24 Hours to “compensate” for the glitch.

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