67 year old Al Michalchuk says he didn't assault Alberta Education Minister Thomas Lukaszuk, as alleged and he has the evidence to prove it.
Police were called out to Michalchuk's home on Saturday afternoon after the PC candidate told them he was assaulted by the homeowner while he was out canvassing.
Maintaining his innocence, Michaluchuk showed security camera footage of the incident.
The footage shows Lukaszuk knocking on the door of Michalchuk's Edmonton home and Michalchuk stepping onto his porch.
Lukaszuk is out of the frame as Michalchuk moves forward and points away from his house before making what appears to be a nudge or punch toward the Conservative candidate.
There is no sound on the video, taken by two security cameras at Michalchuk's home.
Michalchuk, a Wildrose party supporter, told PostMedia News the video showed "nothing happened."
"I put my right hand on his right elbow, and turned him around and asked him to leave over and over again," he said.
"The whole episode lasted about two minutes and then he's seen leaving the property, not limping, nothing."
Lukaszuk, however, says the video proves he was assaulted:
"He opens the door and with his right hand he points toward the sidewalk, and that's when he tells me to 'get the f— off his property,' and he instantly launches at me with his other arm, and you can see how he pushes me down the stairs."
Police spokeswoman Clair Seyler told Sun News the accusations are still under investigation.