Decision to reprimand Aylwin deferred by Barrie council - 2019-06-03

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F365.png Decision to reprimand Aylwin deferred by Barrie council June 3, 2019, Chris Simon, Barrie Advance

Craig said Aylwin violated two sections of council's code of conduct in the post, which also claimed federal Conservative Party Leader Andrew Scheer appeared on the same stage as alleged neo-Nazi sympathizer Faith Goldy at a United We Roll rally in Ottawa. Aylwin's statement, made in response to shootings at mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand, in mid-March, criticized local MPs for failing to denounce Scheer.

A complaint about Aylwin's post was formally made to the city by Barrie-Innisfil MP John Brassard on March 25, who said the post constituted defamation and tried to link him with white supremacists.

Brassard and the other Conservative referred to in the Facebook post, Barrie-Springwater-Oro-Medonte MP Alex Nuttall, have each launched $100,000 lawsuits against Aylwin.

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