National Post – With the federal election set to kick off in September, the government has put the final touches on its plan to respond to any large-scale attack on the integrity of the election, such as the hacking into emails of political parties or sophisticated attempts at spreading false information.

It’s called the Critical Election Incident Public Protocol, and it has now been published as a cabinet directive, setting instructions on how public servants should operate during the campaign.

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