Sask. rallies call for election fraud answers
Thousands are allegedly planning to stage protests in cities across Canada in a national day of action on Sunday, calling for action and answers to accusations of election fraud in the widening "Robocalls" debacle.
"We're asking people to come out and stand up for democracy, and to show their opposition to the electoral fraud," said Stephen Moore, one of the organizers in Regina.
"The Facebook page has 150 or so people talking about coming. We don't know what the numbers are at the moment, but we're hoping for a good turnout. The weather is supposed to be good."
In Saskatoon, protesters plan to gather in front of City Hall from 1 until 4 p.m.
In Regina, protesters plan to gather in Victoria Park at the statue of John A. MacDonald from 2 until 3 p.m.
"People from diverse communities, big and small across Canada, but I think we've got a common message," said Moore.
At least 25 other cities also have rallies scheduled.
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