The CBC reported yesterday that already 320 official complaints have been filed with the Commissioner of Canada Elections in connection with the 2015 federal election: http://www.cbc.ca/news/politics/canada-election-2015-pranks-vandalism-1.3250570
The huge volume of complaints gives an indication of how difficult it is for the Commissioner of Canada Elections to investigate all the complaints, particularly time-sensitive complaints. With so many complaints the Commissioner must prioritize and quickly focus on valid, clearly set out and well-founded complaints.
If you are going to take the time to make a complaint, you would be well-served to obtain some advice, even if it is just some simple advice on how to proceed. Do you have a valid complaint? Have you collected all the relevant facts? Have you organized your complaint in an effective way that maximizes the likelihood that it will be acted on in a timely fashion by the Commissioner? These are all ways that a knowlegeable elections lawyer can assist you with the complaint process. After all, if you are going to invest your time into making a complaint, you might as well make it worthwhile.