No surprise there: Most third party groups registered to campaign in the federal election are government unions, plus organizations like the Canadian Media Guild. (I told you about them, remember?)
The official list includes anti-oil sands lobbyists like Greenpeace, too,
(There's only one conservative group registered: The National Citizens Coalition.)
One of the anti-Harper groups is Avaaz -- whose head office is in New York City.
Lots of these third party organizations get money from the U.S., from Tides and the Rockefellers.
But at least they have a Canadian office to pretend they're Canadian!
And Elections Canada has no problem with that. Neither does our "watchdog media."
After all, Avaaz isn't the National Rifle Association, right? Remember what happened with that group, during another election...?
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