Independent MP Derek Sloan has revealed that he’s working to establish a new political party.
Sloan made the announcement at a rally in Calgary this past weekend to a crowd of roughly 1,000 people.
A video shared on Twitter shows some of the speech made by the Hastings, Lennox and Addington representative as he teased further information to come.
“I can’t tell you everything, I can’t even tell you the name unfortunately publicly, although you’ll love it,” says Sloan.
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He goes on to say that he is only weeks away from approval and currently working on organizing.
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This announcement comes shortly after Sloan was temporarily suspended from Twitter earlier this month for violating their policy on spreading misleading and potentially harmful information related to COVID-19.
After repeated attempts to speak with Sloan about his plans, he has yet to be reached for comment.
MP Sloan has a number of further appearances as he continues a tour of western Canada, most recently appearing Tuesday evening in front of a crowd in Strathmore, Alta.
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