If the government isn't brought down on a no-confidence vote, the rallies will take place on March 19, 2011.
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The Hill Times has a break down of the election fraud scheme with timeline. Written by Professor W.T. Stanbury, he rightfully concludes:
It was the same way with the Cadman bribe. Stephen Harper claimed not to know anything about a dying man being bribed with a million dollar life insurance policy, if he voted his way, but was caught on tape admitting that he knew from the start.
Given Prime Minister Stephen Harper’s very tight control over the Conservative Party, it is difficult to believe that he was not aware of the in-and-out scheme from its inception. The in-and-out scheme used by the Conservatives in the 2006 election does not pass the smell test. The decision of the FCA does not bode well for the four current or former senior officials of the Conservative Party, including two Senators (Doug Finley; Irving Gerstein) against whom charges were laid on Feb. 23, with respect to the scheme.
His tight control makes it impossible for anything to go on that he doesn't know about.