He says he works security for Maxime Bernier. He's also listed as a founding member of a party promoting white nationalism - 2019-10-09
VANCOUVER—A man who describes himself as personal security for Maxime Bernier is a founding member of the Canadian Nationalist Party — a newly minted political party that advocates for white nationalism.
Darik Horn has appeared at events next to the People's Party of Canada Leader, who is rallying votes in the lead-up to the Oct. 21 election. Horn was with Bernier at a Sept. 24 Toronto Star editorial board meeting and was at Bernier's side in Hamilton on Sept. 30 for an interview with celebrity YouTuber Dave Rubin that devolved into heated protests, counterprotests and arrests.
Horn began supporting the PPC after volunteering for white nationalist Faith Goldy's failed 2018 mayoral bid in Toronto and has described himself as a PPC "super volunteer." He joined the Canadian Nationalist Party (CNP) in May and was one of the 250 people who signed in support of giving the organization official party status, according to documents filed with Elections Canada.