McMaster student union suspends club over possible 'white supremacist' connections - 2019-07-25

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F182.png McMaster student union suspends club over possible 'white supremacist' connections July 25, 2019, CBC News

The president of McMaster University's students union has revoked a recently ratified club's privileges, citing information that points to possible connections with outside groups or people who promote "white supremacist and xenophobic attitudes and activities."

For its part, a representative of the Dominion Society says it has no links to other organizations, especially extremist groups.

McMaster Students Union (MSU) president Josh Marando released a statement on Wednesday saying the union has suspended the rights of the society. He wrote that when applying to become a club, members of the Dominion Society said they were not affiliated with any outside organizations.

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