From The Winnipeg Free Press:
Reached Sunday night in Split Lake, Ashton said Daudrich's comments are not new to people in the north who have seen his campaign literature and comments in the Thompson Citizen. Ashton called the comments "bizarre."
"In many ways, this is the real Conservatives, unmuzzled," said Ashton. "In the north, we have so many issues that need to be talked about. This should be about issues, not angry, personal attacks." Daudrich could not be reached for comment by The Canadian Press last week or by the Winnipeg Free Press Sunday.
By the way, the point of researching Wally Daudrich is not to prevent him from prevailing in a riding where he has no hope. Stories about wing-nut candidates always have the potential to throw a bit of dirt in the gears of the national campaign. That's why you do 'em. See for example: Andre Forbes.