Kaycee Madu

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The African-Canadian UCP cabinet minister who says the ‘left’ forced him to cancel a speech to a BLM rally in Edmonton is continuing his battle with the NDP – even doubling down in the legislature.

Kaycee Madu said he was invited to speak at the Friday rally but the invite was withdrawn – a banning that was a politically-motivated move by the “left.”

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Dave Naylor is News Editor & Calgary Bureau Chief of the Western Standard based in the Calgary Headquarters. He served as City Editor of the Calgary Sun & covered Alberta news for nearly 40 years.

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