The expat vote: What we’re getting wrong, and why it still matters

Léonid Sirota / @DoubleAspect

Léonid Sirota is doctoral student at the NYU School of Law. He is a graduate of the McGill University Faculty of Law and has a master's degree from NYU. He is the creator of the legal blog Double Aspect, named best Canadian law bog at the 2014 Canadian Law Blog Awards.

Léonid Sirota is doctoral student at the NYU School of Law. He is a graduate of the McGill University Faculty of Law and has a master's degree from NYU. He is the creator of the legal blog Double Aspect, named best Canadian law bog at the 2014 Canadian Law Blog Awards.

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The expat vote: What we’re getting wrong, and why it still matters

The expat vote: What we’re getting wrong, and why it still matters

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July 29, 2015

The Ontario Court of Appeal didn’t take away the right to vote from Canadians living abroad last week — it was already missing. The Supreme Court or Parliament should now step in