People’s Alliance drops Heather Collins as its candidate in Memramcook-Tantramar

A big gap appears on the People’s Alliance online list of candidates after the New Brunswick party abruptly dropped Memramcook-Tantramar hopeful Heather Collins from its election roster when CBC discovered she had complained in 2019 Twitter posts about the number of Muslim immigrants coming to Canada.

Yesterday, an alert Warktimes reader pointed out that Collins had been campaigning in Memramcook-Tantramar with John Snave who appears to be the identical twin of John Evans, a candidate for the far-rightNational Citizens Alliance in the 2019 federal election.

John Evans 3:09 PM · Sep 29, 2019·Twitter for iPhone

In the 2018 New Brunswick election, Collins, who was running then for the People’s Alliance in Riverview, apologized for advising high school students to “vape away.”

Global News quoted her as saying, “I do apologize…I don’t advocate for any child to smoke.”

Heather Collins, one day ago in a Facebook message to supporters

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1 Response to People’s Alliance drops Heather Collins as its candidate in Memramcook-Tantramar

  1. Dodie Perkin says:

    She also retweets Ezra Levant…..

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