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Correctional Service of Canada. (1997). Basic facts about corrections in Canada. Ottawa: Minister of Supply and Services Canada.

Department of the Secretary of State of Canada. (1982). The Charter of Rights and Freedoms: A Guide for Canadians. Ottawa: Minister of Supply and Services Canada.

Elections Canada. (1997). Information package on 1997 federal enumeration. Ottawa: Office of the Chief Electoral Officer.

Feds take another stab at ending inmates' right to vote. (1997, May 17). The Edmonton Journal, p. A4.

Griffiths, C., & Verdun-Jones, S. (1994). Canadian Criminal Justice. Toronto: Harcourt Brace & Company.

Inmates lose right to vote after just a day. (1997, March 1). The Edmonton Journal, p. A4.

Irvine, A. (1987). Extending the franchise. Policy Options Politiques.

Judge returns prisoners’ right to federal vote. (1996, January 6). The Edmonton Journal, p. A3.

Klein vows to keep inmates from voting. (1997, February 15). The Edmonton Journal, p. A5.

Manning calls for government to protect crime victims' rights. (1997, May 16). The Edmonton Journal, p. A5.

Prisoners regain vote in appeal court ruling. (1998, April 18). The Edmonton Journal, p. A3.

Ruling giving inmates right to vote faces immediate appeal by province. (1997, February 28). The Edmonton Journal, p. A5.


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