AL­LEGED WHITE SU­PREM­A­CIST OFF LIST OF BERNIER’S PARTY

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An al­leged white su­prem­a­cist kicked out of Al­berta’s United Con­ser­va­tive Party found a new home in the fledg­ling Peo­ple’s Party of Canada led by Maxime Bernier, pic­tured — at least briefly. Adam Strashok’s name has van­ished from the mem­ber­ship list on the “Peo­ple’s Net­work — Al­berta” Face­book page (where “Mad Max sup­port­ers” there or­ga­nize on­line). But a cached page from mid-Septem­ber shows he had joined the party and signed up two oth­ers. A party spokesman did not di­rectly an­swer when asked if Strashok is still a party mem­ber. “I can tell you he has not been elected to any in­terim EDA (elec­toral district as­so­ci­a­tion) board and, as far as we know, is not in­volved in or­ga­niz­ing,” Mar­tin Masse said. Cory Hann, a spokesman for the fed­eral Tories, said Strashok is no longer a mem­ber of that party.

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