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Ban on Corporate and Union Political Contributions Sought in City of Ottawa

Categories: campaign finance, Canada, Ottawa

Ottawa_coat_of_armsPolitical contributions from corporations and unions may soon be prohibited in Ottawa, Canada’s municipal elections if City Councillor Tobi Nussbaum can convince the city to seek provincial approval for the ban. On March 25, Nussbaum informed the city council he will ask for debate on the issue at the next meeting on April 15. According to the Ottawa Sun, Mayor Jim Watson is against a prohibition on corporate and union contributions.

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