Limits Apply to Registered Political Parties, Confirmed Candidates and Registered Third Parties in the Federal Election
GATINEAU, QC, Aug. 20, 2021 /CNW/ –
- The Chief Electoral Officer has released the preliminary election expenses limits for registered political parties and confirmed candidates for the federal election on Monday, September 20, 2021.
- The limits establish how much registered political parties and confirmed candidates can spend on election expenses.
- Preliminary election expenses limits are based on the number of names on the preliminary lists of electors.
- View the preliminary election expenses limits for registered political parties.
- View the preliminary election expenses limits for confirmed candidates for each electoral district.
- The final election expenses limits for parties and for candidates will be available on Monday, September 13, 2021, after the lists of electors have been revised.
- Expenses limits for regulated activities by registered third parties are also available.
- Election expenses limits for political parties and for candidates, as well as expenses limits for regulated activities for third parties are established in accordance with the Canada Elections Act.
- What are election expenses for political parties?
- What are election expenses for candidates?
- What are regulated expenses for third parties?
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SOURCE Elections Canada