What is The People's Party of Canada (PPC)?

About Our Leader

Our party leader is Maxime Bernier. Maxime Bernier lost the leadership race to Andrew Scheer and left the Conservative Party to form the People's Party of Canada. Mr. Bernier stands up against all who oppose our rights to Freedom of Thought, Belief, Opinion and Expression1 and Freedom of the Press and other media communications2 that are stated and proclaimed in our Charter of Rights and Freedoms. He believes that everyone has a voice and should be able to express themselves freely without having to be censored and called a racist and/or bigot. He opposes strongly bill C-163a and motion M-1033b which is a clear violation of our rights to Freedom of Expression therefore forcing Cencorship upon us as well as discrimination based on religion3b and sex (gender)3a. He is also strongly against a Media Outlet baillout which is also a clear violation of our Charter of Rights And Freedoms which state that we have Freedom of the Press (Section 2 subsection b). This prohibits the Media from speaking freely and must only report what they are told to do. If elected, Maxime Bernier will restore all of our Rights and Freedoms stated out in our Charter Of Rights and Freedoms (1981).

Father of two girls, Mr. Bernier has been known as a dependable politician who is always speaking his mind. He is a man full of ideas, believes in personal responsability and freedom is the heart for his political visions. Many times he has expressed these values in his political statements and he holds an unwaveringly strong commitment to reducing the size of our government. Elected for Member of Parliament in January 2006, he has been representing the electoral district of Beauce in Québec with more than 50% of the vote each time he seeked re-election. In August of 2018, he left the Conservative party to be an Independant MP until he formed the People's Party of Canada. His beliefs in fundamental freedoms and bringing Prosperity back to Canada, as well as being the only remaining Political Party on the right, has gained him tremendous amounts of supporters and followers, and has broken a Canadian record for any new Political Party in Canada to amass more than 95% of Candidates, since the forming of the party, in such short time before a Federal Election. Since the Party's formation in September of 2018, he amassed more than 78.925% of candidates running for the party within the first three months and grew that number to 95% by June of 2019.

What we believe

The People's Party of Canada believes that Canadians must come first when dealing in the matters of our country. We believe that all Canadians have a voice and should be allowed to express themselves freely without being cautious about their opinion. We believe that what some people find politically incorrect, offensive or even hateful cannot serve as the legal basis for discrimination and censorship. Canadians should be able to enjoy maximum freedom of conscience and expression as guaranteed in Section 2 of the Charter. We believe in the Fundamental Rights found within the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms (1981) and the Canadian Bill of Rights (c.1960) and we will govern using these rights as our base for all our decisions. We, the party and our leader, believe that we can balance the budgets within the first two years of Term. It is also our fundamental belief that our Veterans are being abused and taken advantage of and we will restore them to their former glory and the respectability that we once had for them. Our citizens are being forced out onto the streets while non-Canadians are sheltered and placed in five-star hotels, our party will put the homeless Canadian citizens first and make sure they are properly sheltered before all else.

Our real research proves that Climate change alarmism is based on flawed models that have consistently failed at correctly predicting the future. None of the cataclysmic predictions that have been made about the climate since the 1970s have come true. No new ice age. No steady warming in direct relation with increases in CO2 levels. No disappearance of polar ice caps. No exceptional rise in ocean levels. No abnormal increase in catastrophic weather events. No widespread crop failure and famine. It is an undisputed fact that the world’s climate has always changed and will continue to change. Until twelve thousand years ago, much of Canada was under ice, and it is thanks to natural climate change that we can live here today.
In fact, CO2 is beneficial for agriculture and there has recently been a measurable “greening” of the world in part thanks to higher levels. Despite what global warming propaganda claims, CO2 is not a pollutant. It is an essential ingredient for life on Earth and needed for plant growth.

Footnotes

1Section 2 subsection (b) states that Everyone has the fundamental freedoms, including Freedom of Thought, belief, opinion and expression as stated in the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms (1981);
2Section 2 subsection (b) also states that everyone has the fundamental freedoms, including freedom of the press and other media communication also stated in the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms;
3Section 6 (Article 15, subsection (1)) Clearly states "Every individual is equal before and under the law and has the rights to the equal protection and equal benefit of the law without discrimination and, in particular, without discrimination based on race, national or ethnic origin, colour, (b)religion, (a)sex, age or mental or physical disability." [ Cited from: The Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms (1981) ].