Warren Kinsella's Daisy Group settles with former employee accused of Project Cactus leak - 2019-11-28
Daisy Group, the consulting firm run by political strategist Warren Kinsella, has reached a settlement with a former employee it was suing for $1 million for allegedly revealing details about the company's work in the lead-up to the 2019 federal election.
"Daisy and Aziza Mohammed have resolved all disputes between them," says a statement posted on the Daisy Group website Wednesday afternoon. "None of the allegations of either side has been proven in court, and on some things — like the various allegations of discriminatory attitudes in the workplace — they have simply agreed to disagree."
Daisy Group drew media attention during the 2019 election when the Globe and Mail first reported, and CBC News confirmed, it had created a campaign on behalf of a political client to "seek and destroy" the People's Party of Canada and its leader, Maxime Bernier.