Newspaper article The Canadian Press

Former Alberta United Conservative Politician's Sexual Assault Case Put Over

Newspaper article The Canadian Press

Former Alberta United Conservative Politician's Sexual Assault Case Put Over

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Former Alberta politician's sex assault case in court

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RED DEER, Alta. - The sexual assault case against a former politician with Alberta's Opposition United Conservatives has been put over to March 22.

Don MacIntyre, who until recently represented the central Alberta seat of Innisfail-Sylvan Lake, did not appear in Red Deer provincial court on Thursday.

He was instead represented by an agent acting on behalf of MacIntyre's defence lawyer Ian McKay of Calgary.

MacIntyre resigned suddenly on Feb. 2 after being charged with sexual assault and sexual interference with a minor.

A publication ban was initially placed on his name, but was lifted last week following a challenge by several media outlets.

MacIntyre, who is 62, is out on bail with several conditions that include having no contact with the complainant or anyone under 16 unless a guardian is present. …

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