Adam Walker, a member of the New Democrat Party in British Columbia, has been removed from the party. Premier David Eby announced this on Sunday without giving many details. Walker, who represented the Parksville-Qualicum district, will now serve as an independent in the legislature. His removal came after an internal investigation based on a human resources complaint. The investigation found evidence of misconduct by Walker, who was previously the parliamentary secretary for the sustainable economy. The statement did not provide further information due to the nature of the issue. Walker, who has been in office since 2020, had previously served as a councillor in Qualicum Beach. He runs a technology business and owns a small farm with his wife. In recent news, he wrestled a deer to protect his dog. With Walker’s departure, the New Democrat Party now has 56 seats in the legislature, while the Official Opposition BC United holds 26 seats. The BC Green Party and Conservative Party of British Columbia each hold two seats.
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