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Ex-advisor allegedly used clients’ money to fund political campaign

Canaccord fired him on August 15, 2019 for not disclosing the potential conflict of interest. Callaway is no longer an IIROC registrant.

In a 2019 CBC article, it was reported that Callaway was fined $70,000 for irregular campaign contributions during the 2017 campaign. This included a $15,000 penalty for colluding with Calgary businessman Robyn Lore in order to “circumvent a contribution limit”, according to details published on the provincial election commissioner’s website.

Callaway has long been accused of running a so-called “kamikaze” campaign on behalf of Jason Kenney, now Alberta’s premier. Callaway ran for the sole purpose of targeting Kenney’s chief rival, former Wildrose leader Brian Jean, before dropping out of the race to support Kenney.

Kenney, now Alberta Premier, won the UCP leadership after the Alberta Progressive Conservative and Wildrose parties merged.



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