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 January 13, 2011  Court, Non-U.S.

Following a bitter debate this past summer in which the federal government said it didn’t want people threatened with jail time for refusing to answer the long-form census, a Saskatoon woman was found guilty Thursday of doing just that.

“I’m stunned,” Sandra Finley said outside Saskatoon provincial court immediately after the verdict.

Finley, who is facing a penalty that could range from a $500 fine to three months in jail, said she will study the written decision as soon as she can and discuss with her lawyer whether to file an appeal.

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