Canada Elections Act
Marginal note:Prohibitions — emblems, etc., in polling station
166 (1) No person shall
(a) post or display in, or on the exterior surface of, a polling place any campaign literature or other material that could be taken as an indication of support for or opposition to a political party that is listed on the ballot under the name of a candidate or the election of a candidate; and
(b) while in a polling station, wear any emblem, flag, banner or other thing that indicates that the person supports or opposes any candidate or political party that is listed on the ballot under the name of a candidate, or the political or other opinions entertained, or supposed to be entertained, by the candidate or party.
(c) [Repealed, 2018, c. 31, s. 113]
(2) Despite paragraph (1)(b), a representative of a candidate in a polling station may, in the manner authorized by the Chief Electoral Officer, wear a badge identifying his or her function and the name of the political party that is listed on the ballot under the name of the candidate.
- 2000, c. 9, s. 166
- 2001, c. 21, s. 14
- 2018, c. 31, s. 113
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