I don't know. maybe there's like a two day time difference where he is. Seems he got this terribly wrong. This from Smith:
Kind of reminds me of that old tuna commercial. You remember. Sorry Charlie, only people with their facts straight should put something in the public domain. If Smith had of been paying the least bit of attention he might have come across this gem:
An article published in the National Post on March 2, 2012, referred to Responsive Marketing Group Inc. and stated that former employees of RMG have alleged that they were asked by RMG to direct voters to the wrong polling stations. That report was incorrect. No allegation has been made that RMG asked its employees to direct voters to the wrong polling stations. The National Post apologizes to Responsive Marketing Group Inc. for the error.
Then again, I can forgive Charlie for the oversight. The original story was top news when the NP reported it, The apology, not so much. Probably hidden beside an ad for a Chevy Chevette and the Velvet Touch masseuse ad.