White su­prem­a­cist dis­avowed by UCP and fed­eral Tories joined Peo­ple’s Party of Canada

The Telegram (St. John’s) - - OBITUARIES/CANADA - BY JOAN BRYDEN

An al­leged white su­prem­a­cist who was kicked out of Al­berta’s United Con­ser­va­tive Party found a new po­lit­i­cal home in Maxime Bernier’s fledg­ling Peo­ple’s Party of Canada - at least briefly.

Adam Strashok’s name has van­ished from the mem­ber­ship list on the “Peo­ple’s Net­work - Al­berta” Face­book page, along with vir­tu­ally all other ev­i­dence of his pre­vi­ously ac­tive life on so­cial me­dia.

But a cached ver­sion of the page from mid-septem­ber shows that 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 and, if so, whether his mem­ber­ship would be re­voked.

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