Here is my question for now.
Why were some RackNine invoices either billed in or paid in US currency?
It's an Edmonton company working a Canadian election.
Have a look at the invoices, receipts, and emails.
The invoice to Leon Benoit's campaign has a note about the amount in equivalent Canadian dollars.
Jason Kenney's invoice has a scribble at bottom near the total that looks like 'US $'.
Yet noted on the RackNine invoices:
Unless otherwise agreed in writing by the supplier all invoices are payable on or before the due date noted above, in the currency of the invoice drawn on a bank based in Canada or by such other method as agreed in advance by RackNine Inc.
The RackNine receipts specify CAD beside the amount, but invoices just say 'Total (in $)'.
Do Conservatives love the US so much they prefer to use its currency?
Or was it an attempt to limit Elections Canada's jurisdiction?
And more questions: Alison has questions about connections between Campaign Research and deniability in general and the robocalls in particular.