Feds Drop Fundraising Probe

Elections Canada has dismissed complaints over a private mid-campaign fundraiser in New York by Indigenous Services Minister Marc Miller. The agency said it “found no information” to suggest he breached the Canada Elections Act though auditors did not speak with Miller or anyone who attended a party that included charges for hundreds of dollars in liquor: ‘It is a meet and greet.’

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