The Toronto Star
A former leader of Saskatchewan’s Green Party has been found guilty of breaching Canada’s census law, despite Ottawa’s decision to scrap the mandatory long-form version.
A Saskatchewan judge ruled Thursday that Sandra Finley, 61, was guilty of not filling out her long-form census from 2006.
The Conservatives made the questionnaire voluntary last June, but the Saskatoon resident could still face three months in jail with a $500 fine.
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