The People’s Party of Canada was the only Federal Party represented by a speaker at the Western Freedom Conference in Red Deer Alberta, Maxime Bernier gave a keynote address.
“Faced with a large number of his party’s Western supporters shifting their support towards the independence movement, Bernier said that he was there to emphasize his plan to decentralize the Federation and win them back to Canada. Pressed on how he plans to appeal to sovereigntists who cannot be won back to Federalism, Bernier said that they should still back his party as their best option in the meantime.
Bernier also told the Western Standard that he is eager to try and re-enter the House of Commons in a by-election, quite possibly in Alberta”
Conservatives have ultimately failed Alberta both under Harper and with Scheer so the Western alienation which took root under Pierre Trudeau is now blooming under son Justin…
While Wexit supporters are ready for a fight with Ottawa, many are cautiously optimistic that newly-elected Premier Kenney will keep his promise to implement the Alberta Agenda and fight for a better deal for Alberta within Confederation, making independence unnecessary. The Alberta Agenda – also known as the Firewall Letter – was co-authored in 2001 by future Prime Minister Stephen Harper and outlined a strategy for Alberta to protect itself against interference from Ottawa by asserting its Constitutional authority over areas like policing, pensions, and tax collection.
Carmen Lasante, the volunteer organizer for the event, said the threat of separatism is “going to be used as leverage, but, if that leverage doesn’t work, we’re gone. Separation if necessary, but not necessarily separation.
We are living in interesting times for sure since there even seems to be a independence movement growing in the Canadian Senate!
Quebec Conservative Senator, “Dagenais, who is keeping his Tory membership, will now sit as an independent with the newly-formed Canadian Senators Group.
Last month, 11 senators representing regions across the country and differing political views formed a new group called the CSG.”
“I am particularly excited about working with this group, and especially with Senator Scott Tannas, whose leadership and convening skills will enable us to be critical and productive in reviewing government legislation and in committees of the Senate,” said Dagenais.
Former Tory senator Tannas, of Alberta, is the interim leader of the group.
Maxime Bernier is the only National leader with the experience and will to fight for all Canadians.
We stand with Max for Freedom Responsibly Fairness Respect
Only the People’s Party of Canada has pledged to quit Paris and to unabashedly support the oilsands and the pipelines that are needed to deliver it to Eastern Canada and to tidewater in BC.
Will Canada Survive this Federal Election? Patrick Moore PhD focuses on the Western alienation which arises largely from the economic exclusivity of the larger population bases in Quebec and Ontario and the galling ingratitude of their socialist politicians.
Vivian Krause ( has been calling foul for years and those of us who have battled “green energy” scams know more than we would like about nefarious funders of the red-green alliance which is bent on destroying capitalism.
A government inquiry would be welcome, if charges could actually be laid against entities, foreign or domestic, for inciting violence and threatening our national unity and security.
The Sault Ste Marie – PPC Association wishes to thank all the constituents who participated in our democratic process by signing the Elections Canada Consent of Candidacy form for our candidate, Amy Zuccato, and we are pleased to announce:
Pursuant to subsection 71(1) of the Canada Elections Act, Jeffrey Piper , returning officer for Sault Ste. Marie confirms the nomination of Amy Zuccato .
Notice of Confirmation of Nomination
Candidate Name: Amy Zuccato Candidate Name on Ballot: ” ZUCCATO, Amy “
Nomination status: Confirmed Political Affiliation: Parti populaire│People’s Party Electoral District: Sault Ste. Marie (35092)
The news that our leader Maxime Bernier has finally been invited to the National Debates is great news for Democracy…. We appreciate the support of all Canadians and particularly those journalists who spoke up for freedom of speech and the Democratic process.
Now all Canadians will enjoy the benefits of hearing the PPC platform directly from our leader, a benefit the Leaders Debates Commission extols. The public will see what coherent policy-making should look like and give it their full support, as we do.
Polling showing that half of Canadians wanted the Leaders Debates Commissioner, David Johnston, to #LetMaxSpeak was enough for Democracy to win and affirm the right to cast an informed Vote.
PPC Members just celebrated the first anniversary of the People’s Party of Canada, we have already accomplished many things, some we were told were impossible. We look forward to the further challenges we face as the only “principled alternative” to the status quo. With the support of Canadians we will defy the establishment and fulfill the promise of our great country.
“Canadian patriots have been needing a leader like Max to represent our love for this wonderful land and our willingness to defend the values which have nurtured greatness in its citizens. His speech is inspirational and gives me the fuel to fight harder against those who try to degrade our shared Canadian heritage, compiled by all peoples who helped build it strong and free.”
“We are all Canadians. The People’s Party will unite Canadians with an immigration policy designed to benefit all of us.”
Maxime Bernier, July 24, 2019 speech on Immigration
Early in the speech he had established:
“You can be of any ethnic background or faith, and be a Canadian, if you share fundamental Canadian values, learn about our history and culture, and integrate in our society.”
Maxime Bernier, July 24, 2019 speech on Immigration
He carefully elaborated on the ongoing
“…very dangerous type of social engineering. It amounts to large-scale government intervention in society and culture… increasing cultural balkanisation, distrust, social conflict, and potentially violence, as we are seeing in other countries where division has reached a critical level.”
Maxime Bernier, July 24, 2019 speech on Immigration
Germany’s Merkel has admitted the policy of multiculturalism is a
failure in Europe. Nonetheless the UN globalist agenda, so
enthusiastically embraced by “progressive” activists, has imposed a
larger influx of peoples on us, some of whom are openly hostile to our
values, than the USA or even all of Europe.
Max’s speech is well worth a careful reading and then a second to savour the sanity. It is doubtful that any but rabid extremists will be hearing whistles and doggedly barking about white supremacists.
For those of us unable to attend any of the Operation Kill Switch Live events in Alberta and Saskatchewan, here is a recording one of Tom Quiggin’s private events out there.
Free speech is indeed our most important right. Without free speech our right to life can be assailed…
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We hope you enjoy it and find it informative. We’d love to hear your feedback either by email, or in person at our next meeting which is to be held Tuesday July 2, 2019 at 215 Fourth Line East where you can discuss the video and issues it raises with our candidate, Amy Zuccato, from 6:30 to 7:00pm
We wish you all a Happy and safe Canada Day and look forward to seeing you at the meeting.
firearms laws are so complicated, and so convoluted, that they have
become the perfect example of injustice in the name of justice. To
fix this, I propose we replace the current Firearms Act with clear
legislation based on reason, not on fear.” –
To enable replacing the Firearms Act (1995), some amendments and redactions could be made to improve the existing Act. The Act was manifested originally from Bill C-68. These changes would provide further respect to firearm owners.
are three areas that the leader of the PPC Party, Maxime Bernier,
states he would like to focus on: licensing, classification of
firearms, and magazine sizes.
Licensing: “I will double the length of firearms licenses from 5 to 10 years.” – Maxime Bernier
There would need to be a change in Sections 64(a), 65(3), and 120(3)(a) in order to accomplish the extension. All three of these Sections reference a 5 year term for the license, easily substituted to a 10 year term.
Additionally, the license for museums should be changed from 3 to 10 years [Section 122(2)(b)], eliminating the obstacles in finding or receiving the funds for the frequent licensing. There are currently just over 2,300 museums in Canada.
The clause in Section 121(4)(c) should be revised. It states, when a Minor receives their Minor’s Permit, it expires 5 years from issuance or when they turn 18 years of age, whichever is less. The glitch is when a 12 year old receives their Minor’s Permit, and they only have 5 years maximum, they will be 17 years of age. This would leave them unlicensed for a whole year until they can receive their full Possession and Acquisition License. This is found to be disrespectful and unnecessary. The Section should be revised to state that a Minor’s Permit shall expire on the permit holder’s 18th birthday.
Throughout the Act there is a loose term referenced as ‘gun collector”. Anyone who has more than 10 firearms is considered a gun collector, as per the Act [Section 102(1)]. Being classified as a Collector exposes the license holder to more restrictions [Section 30 (a), 30(b), and 30(c)]. To repair this bureaucratic ignorance, the sections including the words ‘gun collection’ or ‘gun collector’ should be removed. This can be found in Section 28(b)(ii), Section 30 (entirely), 102(1), 104(3)(a), and 117(f).
Classification of Firearms: “Non-Restricted: (a) a firearm that is not a prohibited or restricted firearms. Prohibited: (a) a fully-automatic firearm, (b) a firearm that is adapted from a rifle or shotgun, whether by sawing, cutting or any other alteration, and that, as so adapted, is less than 660 mm in length. (c) a firearm that is listed as prohibited prior to June 20, 2016. Restricted: (a) a firearm that is not a prohibited firearm, (b) a handgun that is not a prohibited firearm, (c) a firearm that is designed or adapted to be fired when reduced to a length of less than 660mm by folding, telescoping or otherwise.” – Maxime Bernier
Ideally, this would simplify the definitions that are attached to the different classifications of the firearms license. This new outlook on classes eliminates the illogical definition of a prohibited weapon. To clarify, it eliminates the 105mm rule and the .25 and .32 caliber prohibition.
Current law states that if a firearm’s barrel length is 105mm, or less, it is classified as prohibited, where 106mm is in the restricted class. Current law also classifies .25 and .32 caliber as prohibited, with an exemption to some competition shooting firearms. The caliber ban was mainly because they were originally manufactured in most self defense, short barreled handguns. If a specific minimum length was still required, a change from 105mm to 100mm would work. The law was set at 105mm to deter the importation of American made handguns into Canada. The standard American handgun barrel length is measured in inches. 105mm is approximately 4.13 inches. Therefore a 4 inch standard American handgun was ultimately eliminated from the Canadian market.
the quoted restricted definition, Part (b) should be eliminated since
it appears to be redundant to Part (a).
On a side note, the word crossbow needs to be removed from the Firearms Act. A crossbow is not considered a firearm, and a license is not required to purchase or use a crossbow. There is a crossbow that has been prohibited in Canada because of its extremely small size which was used in a murder. This is listed in the Criminal Code of Canada as a prohibited device and does not apply to the Firearms Act. Sections 2(1) Definition of Business, 5(1), 6(1), 7(4)(e), 8(4), and 61(4) all reference crossbows in the list when naming types of firearms.
Magazine Sizes: “My proposal would repeal the ineffective, and frankly nonsensical, magazine capacity restrictions.” – Maxime Bernier
law is tricky to explain when it comes to magazines. Generally
speaking, the Criminal Code of Canada, Section III, pertains to
firearm regulations, ie. magazine capacity limits. Most limits
are 10 rounds for a handgun, and 5 rounds for a long gun, depending
on your activity of use. If the pistol magazine fits the long gun,
then the capacity is 10 rounds. Capacity limits are based off of
manufactured purpose. If the pistol magazine is manufactured as
a 40 S&W, but fits in the same model gun as a 9mm Luger, then the
capacity is now 14 rounds because 14 rounds of 9mm Luger will fit a
10 round magazine designed for 40 S&W rounds . If the ammunition
is rimfire, as opposed to center fire, then there is no limit on
Brenda Lucki is the Commissioner of Firearms whom is in charge of the administration aspects of the Act. Perhaps she is the authority to contact regarding the following insignificant matters.
Section 97(3) is lacking a pronoun in its explanation of who can be exempt from the Act Provincially governed. To maintain sequential continuity to the prior clauses 97(1) and 97(2), non-resident is the missing pronoun.
Section 9(6)(a) refers to antique firearms allowed in a licensed museum. If a firearm is classified as antique, it is no longer a firearm and does not require a special license to use, or obtain, or be in possession of. This confusion in word use could easily be clarified by replacing ‘antique’ with ‘historical significance’.
The sheep’s clothing (progressivism) is slipping from the totalitarian wolves as they rend the flesh of our Charter of Rights and Freedoms. The attack on our rights, freedom of thought, belief, opinion, and expression, including freedom of the press and other medium of communication, continues.
Since September 25, 2018, the Information and Ethics Committee Chaired by CPC MP Bob Zimmer has sat on the proposal ofDr. Ben ScottDirector, Policy and Advocacy, Omidyar Network and big Clinton supporter for whom the election of Donald trump was “DARK TIMES” indeed.
The ultimate irony of a foreign influencer trying to influence Canadian politics in order to prevent foreign influences on our elections.
Also on that Committee… Liberal MP Nathanial Erskine Smith remember that name!
This week, Digital Charter in mind, Trudeau told social media companies they will be fined if they don’t prevent the spread of “disinformation.” Of course the devil is in the definition. Typically the opposite meaning applies for Leftspeak. Thank you @Smudboy for your commentary
But remember Dr Scott was there back in September 2018
Here’s where the state of the art is now. Essentially it’s a collaboration among security services, outside researchers, and companies to try to detect in advance the coordinated activity of disinformation operators. There are signals in the network if you know how to look for them, and they’re developing tools and they’re doing what they call red teaming, which is to put yourself in the perspective of a malignant actor who might try that Beyoncé trick. How would you go about doing that? If you can do it, what are the ways that could be countered?
If we can think of it in an imaginative red team exercise, you can be sure that our adversaries are thinking of it as well, and you build prophylactic defences against those things that you can imagine doing. It’s a very Cold War war-gaming exercise, and that’s what’s going on right now in the cybersecurity space.
You’re not going to be able to defend against all of these things. You’re only going to be able to contain a certain percentage, so the second piece of this is resilience. You need to have a plan in place to react very rapidly when that time bomb is triggered and suddenly something happens that you weren’t expecting. You need to be able to react fast to bring it down and to educate the public who were contacted by that account that they have been engaged by either an automated account with malignant intent or a foreign-operated influence campaign. Those rapid response techniques are also things we ought to be developing.
The UN is not just a bad joke: the GCM is seriously evil
Open borders and the welfare system are not compatible – Milton Friedman
The UN Global Compact for Safe Orderly and Regular Migration (GCM) preamble lists over two dozen agreements, conventions, protocols, agendas, declarations and platforms upon which it has been founded… most of them are, like the GCM itself, the wasteful thinking of contradictory and counter-productive mission-creep. Just how far the UN has wandered from its prime mandate becomes apparent when you consider it has representatives on the Human Rights Council from nations with theocratic dictatorships, in which there are open slave markets.
“Andrew MacLeod, who was chief of operations at the UN’s Emergency Co-ordination Centre, said that “predatory” abusers used development jobs to get to vulnerable women and children.
He estimated that 60,000 rapes had been carried out by UN staff in the past decade, with 3,300 pedophiles working in the organization and its agencies.”
The UN has failed to eradicate slavery, failed to arrest drug smuggling, failed to halt weapons trade and failed to stop genocides. It is now celebrating the 70th anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights with aggressive repression of human rights in order to normalize migration at untold cost, which is already making it easier for traffickers of all sorts:
According to an April 24, 2018 report in the newspaper Kathimerini, there are thousands of unaccompanied children in Greece who have illegally entered the country, and government authorities have not turned their attention to them. Kathimerini reports that there are 3,050 unaccompanied child migrants in Greece, of whom 1,272 (42%) are either homeless, or live in a non-permanent residence or in an unknown location. They all face the risks of sexual exploitation and illicit organ removal. https://www.gatestoneinstitute.org/13346/greece-organ-trafficking
Gallows humour this must be:
“The majority of migrants around the world today travel, live and work in a safe, orderly and regular manner. Nonetheless, migration undeniably affects our countries, communities, migrants and their families in very different and sometimes unpredictable ways.”
Statements such as this illustrate the willingness of the UN to impose a negative result which is eminently predictable not only on nations but also on real refugees who may have fled said “migrants”.
“Full inclusion and social cohesion” evidently include mutual respect of all migrant cultures, without mentioning that some of these cultures include child marriage and female genital mutilation (FGM), or the fact that the Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) officially endorses Sharia Law and discrimination against women and non-Muslims. This essentially invalidates the noble Western principle of providing protection to those persecuted for their political or religious beliefs, a principle which under girds the Geneva Convention on Refugees.
What the reader is also never told is that all migration to date is from poor third-world places to the well-off Western countries with established welfare systems and that, with very few exceptions, the migrants are, at best, economic refugees who haven’t been persecuted either politically or religiously. Moreover, the absorption capacity of these countries is finite before their welfare systems break down under the onslaught of the vast numbers of migrants this pact seemingly wants to encourage.
The disastrous transition from fossil fuels to subsidized unreliable and intermittent energy sources would have been averted had factual evidence indeed been properly accessed, but there was no cost/benefit analysis as Peter Foster points out with heavy sarcasm in green-energy-is-a-disastrous-flop:
“The Sustainable Development Scenario not only solves the climate issue, but also takes care of universal access to modern energy and air pollution, too. Even more amazing, it achieves all this via imposing swathes of expensive and unreliable energy, but without the slightest impact on economic growth. How? By simply assuming so.”
The great catastrophic Anthropogenic Global Warming farce persists in the face of facts:
“There’s a lot of evidence mounting that solar cycle 25 will usher in a new Grand Solar Minimum.”
and that is no laughing matter!
“This Global Compact recognizes that safe, orderly and regular migration works for all when it takes place in a well-informed, planned and consensual manner.”
Apparently “No means No” does not apply for the people of Tiajuana who gave no consent and agreed with Trump’s assessment that the “caravan” is an invasion.
Mayor Gastélum blames the organizers, whom he cannot identify. He said they should be held accountable. He said the leaders of the caravan should face criminal charges.
“Those are the real criminals because they’re dealing with the lives of people,” he says.
EU Migration Commissioner Dimitris Avramopoulos thinks “those who reject the migration pact have not studied it enough”, however we disagree! The growing list of nations, now over 18, withdrawing from the odious compact illustrates what happens when democratic nations do read the long-winded un-elected technocrats’ pronouncements carefully and …WE DO NOT GIVE CONSENT!
“The Global Compact recognizes that respect for the rule of law, due process and access to justice are fundamental to all aspects of migration governance. This means that the State, public and private institutions and entities, as well as persons themselves are accountable to laws that are publicly promulgated, equally enforced and independently adjudicated, and which are consistent with international law. “
Ergo the irrational and perverse UN gives itself agency to decide if our laws are consistent with their international law which supersedes that of the state,
“…a whole-of-government approach is needed to ensure horizontal and vertical policy coherence across all sectors and levels of government.”
OBJECTIVE17: Eliminate all forms of discrimination and promote evidence-based public discourse to shape perceptions of migration.
To realize this commitment, we will draw from the following actions:
a) Enact, implement or maintain legislation that penalizes hate crimes and aggravated hate crimes targeting migrants, and train law enforcement and other public officials to identify, prevent and respond to such crimes and other acts of violence that target migrants, as well as to provide medical, legal and psycho-social assistance for victims
b) Empower migrants and communities to denounce any acts of incitement to violence directed towards migrants by informing them of available mechanisms for redress, and ensure that those who actively participate in the commission of a hate crime targeting migrants are held accountable, in accordance with national legislation, while upholding international human rights law, in particular the right to freedom of expression
Promote independent, objective and quality reporting of media outlets, including internet- based information, including by sensitizing and educating media professionals on migration-related issues and terminology, investing in ethical reporting standards and advertising, and stopping allocation of public funding or material support to media outlets that systematically promote intolerance, xenophobia, racism and other forms of discrimination towards migrants, in full respect for the freedom of the media
24d) Establish mechanisms to prevent, detect and respond to racial, ethnic and religious profiling of migrants by public authorities, as well as systematic instances of intolerance, xenophobia, racism and all other multiple and intersecting forms of discrimination in partnership with National Human Rights Institutions, including by tracking and publishing trends analyses, and ensuring access to effective complaint and redress mechanisms
e) Provide migrants,especially migrant women, with access to national and regional complaint and redress mechanisms with a view to promoting accountability and addressing governmental actions related to discriminatory acts and manifestations carried out against migrants and their families
f) Promote awareness-raising campaigns targeted at communities of origin, transit and destination in order to inform public perceptions regarding the positive contributions of safe, orderly and regular migration, based on evidence and facts, and to end racism, xenophobia and stigmatization against all migrants
g) Engage migrants, political, religious and community leaders, as well as educators and service providers to detect and prevent incidences of intolerance, racism, xenophobia, and other forms of discrimination against migrants and diasporas and support activities in local communities to promote mutual respect, including in the context of electoral campaigns
Mainstream media outlets have been blasted for peddling “total nonsense” today as left-wing newspapers coalesced to claim with one voice that “only three” of the suspects involved in Cologne’s mass migrant rape on New Year’s Eve were recent migrants or refugees.
But Cologne’s prosecutor, Ulrich Bremer, has said that the claim is “total nonsense” after an interview with German paper Die Welt this weekend was misinterpreted and reported in a way that the left-wing outlets wanted, rather than what the truth was.
Is it intolerance, racism, xenophobia, or another form of discrimination against migrants to ask how this Global Compact for regular migration works for all when the data which has been collected in Europe & North America indicates that 75% of migrants remain unemployed for 5 years or more. How does this benefit the citizens of the countries that are obliged to foot the bill? While the UN mandates these costs it provides no guidance on how they are to be met. Does questioning whether this has been planned in a well-informed and consensual manner constitute an intersecting form of discrimination?
What all this lacks is coherence with the UN’s Universal Declaration on Human Rights Article 19:
Everyone has the right to freedom of opinion and expression; this right includes freedom to hold opinions without interference and to seek, receive and impart information and ideas through any media and regardless of frontiers.
This is also in direct conflict with section 2(b) of the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms which states that everyone has “the freedom of thought, belief, opinion and expression, including freedom of the press and other media of communication.”