Darren Hill will not be disqualified from Saskatoon city council.Saskatoon city councillors voted to seek the judge’s ruling after the Ward 1 councillor missed the deadline to file his civic election campaign expense disclosure by just over two weeks.A city bylaw states an elected official who misses the deadline “is disqualified from council and shall resign immediately.” Judge ponders council’s approach to Darren Hill saga Justice Richard Danyliuk said although the case might seem “simple” to onlookers, it is not a “black and white case.”Danyliuk said Hill breached the bylaw for filing his campaign expenses, making a prima facie case for disqualification as a councillor.However, Danyliuk said a number of factors weighed in his decision
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