Maxime Bernier Should Have Known A Neo-Nazi Was Working For His Party - 2019-08-30

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F0.png Maxime Bernier Should Have Known A Neo-Nazi Was Working For His Party August 30, 2019, Alheli Picazo, Canadaland

Since its inception, the People's Party of Canada has been dogged by near-constant reports about the unsavoury histories of party executives, as well as unearthed evidence of troubling comments, beliefs, and behaviour by candidates.

Perhaps it's because these headlines have become so routine that recent revelations about Shaun Walker — a white supremacist who, for a time, led a seminal neo-Nazi operation — working as an Ontario organizer for the PPC failed to grab much immediate attention this week.

Walker served as chairman and CEO of the National Alliance, an American white supremacist group, for roughly one year until, in July 2006, he was arrested, charged, and ultimately convicted for his part in violent hate-crime beatings carried out in hopes of starting a "race war."

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{{cite news | first = Alheli | last = Picazo | title = Maxime Bernier Should Have Known A Neo-Nazi Was Working For His Party | url = https://www.canadalandshow.com/maxime-bernier-should-have-known-a-neo-nazi-was-working-for-his-party/ | work = Canadaland | date = August 30, 2019 | accessdate = September 3, 2019 }}