It’s May 2, 2011 – the date of the last Canadian federal election. The phone rings in thousands of households across the country. Automated messages and live callers, purportedly from Elections Canada, inform the unsuspecting voters on the other end of the line that their polling stations have moved. Confused, some people set off in search of the new location – only to find that it doesn’t exist. Others stay home, deterred from voting. Most assume it’s a bureaucratic mix-up, but an investigative media report a year later reveals the truth: a targeted campaign of election fraud, designed to suppress the non-Conservative vote. The Council of Canadians acts quickly to inform victims of their legal rights, and so begins the historic court case to restore democracy in Canada. Read more.