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Turns Out John Oliver Didn't Actually Break The Law By Telling Canadians How To Vote

Elections Canada probably has better things to do, tbh.

Elections Canada says it won't fine or jail John Oliver for telling people not to vote for Stephen Harper today.

He also made fun of the law barring foreigners from influencing how Canadians vote.

"If telling you not to vote for Stephen Harper is going to cost me $5,000, I'm gonna get my money's worth," he said.

On Monday, Elections Canada clarified that John Oliver was not in danger of spending six months in a Canadian jail.

So go ahead, foreigners. Feel free to tell Canadians how to vote. It's all good.