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An Ottawa gas station owner is publicizing months-old surveillance footage he says shows Tory MP Eve Adams disrupting his business. The prime minister is asking his party to investigate fresh allegations against Adams.
An Ottawa gas station owner is publicizing months-old surveillance footage he says shows Tory MP Eve Adams disrupting his business. The prime minister is asking his party to investigate fresh allegations against Adams.
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A close look at five allegations a Conservative made about Eve Adams

The latest development in the saga of Dimitri Soudas, Eve Adams and a hotly contested riding nomination fight came this week in the form of a letter – from a Conservative in that riding to Prime Minister Stephen Harper, raising concerns about Ms. Adams.

The letter, from Oakville North–Burlington Conservative association president Mark Fedak, alleged Ms. Adams’ actions “are both negatively impacting the internal workings of our local association and are beginning to take a toll on the brand of the Party.” The president – who happens to support Ms. Adams’ opponent, along with most of the board – broke his complaint into five categories. Ms. Adams, an MP, and fiancé Mr. Soudas, a former spokesman for the PM and Conservative party executive director, have declined comment.