Canada Elections Act
Marginal note:Public education and information programs
18 (1) The Chief Electoral Officer may implement public education and information programs to make the electoral process better known to the public, particularly to those persons and groups most likely to experience difficulties in exercising their democratic rights.
Marginal note:Communication with the public
(2) The Chief Electoral Officer may, using any media or other means that he or she considers appropriate, provide the public, both inside and outside Canada, with information relating to Canada’s electoral process, the democratic right to vote and how to be a candidate.
Marginal note:Information outside Canada
(3) The Chief Electoral Officer may establish programs to disseminate information outside Canada concerning how to vote under Part 11.
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