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PC party responds to voting system concerns ahead of leadership vote

CALGARY- There are concerns that the PC party leadership race could be compromised by the very machines being used to tally the votes.

For the first time ever, the party will use an electronic voting system in this weekend’s election, instead of paper ballots. However, critics are concerned the system could be hacked.

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“It could very well be tainted,” says political analyst Duane Bratt. “We’ll have to see what occurs that day, what occurs the next day. So do the losers respect the results, and is there real evidence to show that? That will be the real test.”

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Party officials say that if someone wants to cheat they probably could, but fraud will be caught.

“Our instructions as staff were that security was a priority,” says Kelley Charlebois, executive director of the PC party. “So we have gone with a company that is known for its security, we have implemented their security features, we have an auditing process as part of the selection process.

“If someone is really committed to cheating the process, we should catch them.”

Candidates say they’re optimistic the system will work, but will be watching the results closely.

“I have faith and hope,” says Thomas Lukaszuk, who is vying for the vacated premier’s seat. “If that fails…lawyers are on standby. You know how technology can be.”

Thousands of party members are expected to cast ballots beginning on Friday at 6 a.m. Final results will be calculated on Saturday night, which should take two hours.

If there is no winner, a second vote will be held two weeks later.

Global News will have extensive coverage of the PC leadership race, both on air and online.

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Suspect arrested in sexual assault of 9-year-old Surrey girl

VANCOUVER – A suspect has been arrested in the sexual assault of a nine-year-old Surrey girl.

Twenty-three-year old Surrey resident, Donovan Adams, is facing charges of kidnapping, sexual assault, sexual interference and an indecent act. Adams is of “no fixed address.”

He is known to police, but is not known to the victim.

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“The excellent work by our Special Victims Unit assisted by additional officers in our Major Crime and Investigative Services units along with our Forensic and Video forensic teams led to this investigation progressing as quickly as it did,” says Surrey RCMP Supt. Trent Rolfe. “The Surrey RCMP would like to thank the community for their continued support and cooperation in this investigation. This file remained a top priority for our detachment as we understood the concern the community had regarding public safety since this incident.”

The young girl was lured from her home to a nearby park last week and sexually assaulted. She was lured through her bedroom window and then taken to the yard of a nearby home following the sexual assault.

The girl managed to run back home to her mom who then took her to hospital and called police.

Anyone with further information is asked to call the Surrey RCMP Special Victims Unit at 604-599-0502 and quote file 2014-123662; or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS or 杭州夜生活solvercrime桑拿按摩

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Doug Ford criticizes media for asking whether scrum breaks campaign rules – Toronto

TORONTO – Doug Ford – Rob Ford’s brother and campaign chair – accused reporters of bias for asking whether his campaign-scheduled city hall scrum slamming his brother’s mayoral rival broke campaign rules.

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The availability took place noon Tuesday outside of the mayor’s office at city hall. There, Doug Ford slammed provincial Liberal Brad Duguid’s praise of John Tory and his statement that (while not “officially” endorsing him) the governing party is “enthusiastic” about Tory’s candidacy.

This appears to break Toronto election rules prohibiting the use of city infrastructure or property for campaign purposes. (While exceptions are made for “unplanned” scrums, this was scheduled and publicized by Mayor Rob Ford’s campaign team Tuesday morning.)

“You can call it whatever you want. This is about building the city, this is about what we talk about day in and day out, building subways,” Doug Ford said when a reporter asked whether he was holding a campaign event at city hall.

“People see through the biased media, and not all the media is biased, a good chunk of them are.”

Ford said reporters shouldn’t be ask questions about the campaign at a scrum scheduled by the campaign.

“Well folks, I got an idea: If the media wants to hold people to account for the rules, don’t ask me one question here at city hall ever about the campaign. You guys can’t help yourself,” he said. “There’s a campaign on and we’re going to move forward. We’re going to talk about the issues going forward every single day.”