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"No place in our party for white supremacists," Tanya Granic Allen said on Twitter.
She says rivals shouldn't fight for his "second ballot support at the expense of our party."
A report from The Globe and Mail says he mulled a $375K deal with a future candidate.
He resigned as leader in late January after two women accused him of sexual misconduct.
The position echoes the one taken by Christine Elliott.
Ontario PC platform was counting on carbon pricing revenues to pay for tax cuts.