The People's Party of Canada Announces New Candidate

The Official EDA of the Chatham-Kent-Leamington Federal riding of the People’s Party of Canada announces that it has selected its new candidate for the next federal election. We congratulate Mr. Greg Wilford of Chatham for being selected as the candidate of our Electoral District Association.

“I am very excited to be part of this riding for the Peoples Party of Canada. The PPC platform is exactly the type of platform that will benefit all Canadians. I believe as the People’s Party does, in the strength and freedom of Canadians; and I will stand for them.” said Mr. Wilford.

Mr. Wilford continued saying, “I support unequivocally the People’s Party of Canada (PPC) in its 16 major policy platforms and the policy prescriptions. For example Bernier’s plan of increasing the base exemption from approximately $12,000 to $15,000 and lowering the tax bracket between $49,020 and $100,000 from 20.5% to 15% is an essential step in achieving distributive balance in Canada’s economy, reducing the burden on low-income and working Canadians.”

Mr. Wilford hails from the area and has remained in the area his whole life. He earned his Bachelors of Arts with Honors Specialization in Political Science at Western University in London.

Iain Scofield, the EDA CEO remarked “We are fortunate to have a candidate with so much energy and passion as Greg to represent our riding; I look forward to introducing him to everyone in the area.”

“It's not about health... it's all political repression”: Maxime Bernier on COVID enforcement

People's Party of Canada leader Maxime Bernier is out of a Manitoba jail and back in his home province of Quebec, where he joined Alexa Lavoie to tell his side of the story following his arrest. Speaking about the enforcement of public health rules, Bernier says he feels the government's response is no longer about health, but political repression of its critics.

UN Agenda 21and UN Agenda 2030. A Must See for Every Canadian.

Ann Bressington bravely exposes UN Agenda 21, that is now UN Agenda 2030. Agenda 2030 was adopted by our Canadian Federal Government in Sept. 2015 during the Stephen Harper, Conservative Party of Canada reign. Have they told you about this, or how it will affect your life and community?

This is a must see video for All Canadians, esp. those affected by new park creations, and sectioning off large tracts of land for wildlife management.

The People's Party of Canada is the only mainstream party that will stop these UN plans. The UN however plays a multi-level game of bringing their agenda's also on the provincial and municipal levels. Regardless, the PPC will deal with these issues where we can. The Liberal, Conservative, NDP, and Greens are Very pro UN and will continue these UN initiatives. PPC 2019 to SAVE Canada. Ron Vaillant

My Chat with Maxime Bernier (THE SAAD TRUTH_946)

We discuss immigration, multiculturalism, climate change, the ethos of diversity, inclusion, and equity (DIE), freedom of speech, political correctness, and other topics leading up to the 2019 Canadian federal elections.

Maxime Bernier's People's Party of Canada won't 'do anything special' to attract diverse candidates

Maxime Bernier said on Monday after announcing the candidate selection process for the People's Party of Canada was now open, said he would not "do anything special" to ensure candidates of diverse backgrounds are chosen.

Bernier said he believes people who support his party come from a range of political backgrounds, but that a large part of his party's support is from people who did not vote in the last federal election.

Virtual Town Halls

Maxime Bernier began holding Virtual Town Halls on Facebook and YouTube two weeks ago. The first one was devoted to the SNC-Lavalin scandal. If you missed it, you can watch it here

The second one will take place tomorrow, Monday March 25, 2019 evening at 8:00 Eastern Time, and will be devoted to the Liberal budget. Maxime Bernier will answer questions live. Don’t miss it!

Leader’s tour

Our leader Maxime Bernier continues his tour of Canada to spread the PPC message. He recently held a rally in Nisku, just outside Edmonton, with 400 enthusiastic supporters. You can watch his speech here.

All applications must be submitted by April 23rd. Nomination races will be held in May and June depending on the date at which EDAs have been registered with Elections Canada.

Candidate selection begins

The People's Party is now actively seeking candidates to represent each of the 338 ridings across the country for the upcoming federal election. If you (or someone you know) are interested in representing our party and defending its values and policies in October, please complete this application questionnaire.

All applications must be submitted by April 23rd. Nomination races will be held in May and June depending on the date at which EDAs have been registered with Elections Canada.

By-election in Nanaimo-Ladysmith

A by-election was called today for the federal riding of Nanaimo-Ladysmith in British Columbia and will be held on May 6. The People’s Party candidate in this riding, Jennifer Clarke, was chosen back in January at the same time as the candidates for the three by-elections that took place last month.

Jennifer was born on Vancouver Island. She has been married for 22 years and is the mother of two children. She has been an active volunteer in her community for her entire life. She is currently working in the financial planning industry, helping families apply for Registered Education Savings Plans.

When her candidacy was announced, Jennifer said: “I am running to ensure that our children and grandchildren will live in a land that has all the freedoms that our forefathers fought for. I want to stand up and be a voice for the people in Parliament, bringing issues that are of great concern to Canadians—I want to see integrity and fiscal responsibility brought back!”

If you live in or near Nanaimo-Ladysmith, please consider volunteering with her team. You can follow Jennifer on Twitter at @JenniferMClarke and visit her website at

Organizational changes in the People’s Party of Canada

Due to the significant challenges we face in winning the elections on October 21st, the following changes to the organizational structure of the People's Party of Canada have been made.

Johanne Mennie will assume the position of Executive Director of the party. Johanne will coordinate the various party operations and remains responsible for communications.

Clinton Desveaux takes on a new assignment as Fundraising Director and Special Projects Coordinator.

Martin Masse remains spokesman for the Party as well as Policy Director.

We have also recruited three new employees, Caleb Voskamp, Daniel Tyrie and Ryan Browne who, along with Yanick Villeneuve, will report to the Executive Director. Paul Rivard has also joined the team as a volunteer to assist with day-to-day operations.

Caleb will work closely with regional organizers and electoral district associations to coordinate regional and local activities.

Daniel is developing guidelines for our EDAs and candidates and will assist the Executive Director with communications.

Yanick will be responsible for digital operation, including NationBuilder and social media content.

Ryan will be responsible for relations with the public and will provide administrative support.


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Organizational changes   February 17, 2019
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