The Green Party was discovered to have used citizens’ personal information for training videos hosted on its website, CTV News reports. The videos were found on a Google Drive that could be accessed via a link on the party's website. The information found on the videos included voters' names, addresses, phone numbers, email addresses and whether they were an active member or volunteer. The Green Party said in a statement it had corrected the error, and that only a "small number of Canadian voters" were affected. Earlier that day, Green Party Leader Elizabeth May discussed her party’s pledge to uphold citizens’ privacy.
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