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In the Deputy Returning Officers guidebook, EC 50300, 2021, page 52, it clearly states "Electors may enter the polling place, register and vote without a mask." Castanet should be taken to task for FALSE NEWS.
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Deputy Returning Officers guidebook, EC 50300, 2021:
https://www.elections.ca/emp/trng/guide ... 0300_e.pdf
https://www.castanet.net/news/West-Kelo ... -the-polls
https://www.castanet.net/news/Canada/34 ... ons#346129
"Masks are required for everyone who wishes to vote unless they have a medical exemption. Elections Canada says those who refuse to wear a mask for a non-medical reason will be asked to leave the polling place.
“If they have a medical exemption they should tell the poll workers immediately,” Elections Canada said in a statement to Castanet.
“People with medical exemptions will be allowed to vote without a mask unless the owner of the building has made it a condition of the lease that no one will be allowed inside without a mask.”"
The bold part sure is interesting there. What is right? Who is wrong? Again, more inconsistencies.
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As much as the movies would have you believe, it’s not that hard to identify someone wearing a mask in most situations. Any person with remotely normal vision should have been able to tell that Bruce Wayne is Batman.
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So what is someone to do if they are an Anti-vaxxer, AND an anti-masker? AND they have two broken legs so they can't mail in their ballot? This is an outrage, an afront on their basic rights!