People’s Party of Canada (PPC) candidate for Brampton-West, Rahul Samuel got on Twitter late Wednesday morning to share a message that has been “holding heavy in my heart,” he says in the video.
Several hundred people attended a protest, dubbed the ‘True North Freedom Assembly,’ at the Waterloo Public Square on June 6, to hear speeches from various speakers like Maxime Bernier, leader of the People’s Party of Canada (PPC).
Maxime Bernier took a few minutes to speak with Diverge Media’s Greg Staley at the ‘World Wide Rally For Freedom’ in Toronto last Saturday, May 15.
“You have Costco that can be open and a lot of people use Costco — but they cannot go to their local store. So it’s unfair it is unjust and it’s killing the economy — it’s killing the small business,” said Bernier.
The Conservative Party of Canada is calling on the Liberals to table a plan within 20 days with “a clear data-driven plan to support gradually, safely and permanently lifting COVID-19 restrictions,” said Erin O’Toole at his press conference Tuesday.
Greg Wycliffe came on our livestream on Sept. 30, 2020. He spoke on various topics including “wokeness,” sharing a message through comedy, late night television, “wokeness” in video games — and of course politics. To check our the whole livestream, visit our YouTube.
Gordon Burling talks about the red-zone lockdown restrictions in Montréal, Que. (This is an old clip from our Oct. 7, 2020 live cast)
The lockdown restrictions were just extended yesterday in Montreal until Nov. 23.
“Regardless of what O’Toole and the CPC decide to do, they must do it with great caution. They must be careful as not alienate the supporters of candidates like Sloan and Lewis, for if they do, we could see a repeat of 2019 election all over again — and that is not a result Canada can afford,” writes Diverge Columnist, Greg Staley.
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In a press confrence this morning (August 24, 2020), People’s Party of Canada (PPC) leader, Maxime Bernier, called both Peter MacKay and Erin O’Toole “Red Tories.”
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