Supporters of B.C.’s political parties are free to spend as much as they want on advertising.
The B.C. Supreme Court rejected a bid by the B.C. Attorney General’s office to delay an earlier decision allowing unlimited third-party advertising in the 60-day pre-election period.
CUPE B.C., which usually spends on advertising supporting pro-labour candidates, is one of the organizations that challenged the so-called “gag law.”
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