Updates

Thank you!

I can’t begin to thank you enough for the way you supported me throughout this race. I’ve been overwhelmed by the kindness and support that I’ve received from all over the country, across regions, ages and backgrounds. It has far exceeded expectations and surpassed the support I received in 2020. Thank you from the bottom […]

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Tell the WHO what you think

I have been very clear about my opposition to Canada signing on to any sort of International Treaty that would hinder Canada's Health Care Sovereignty. Now you have an opportunity to tell the WHO directly what you think. The WHO is calling for video submissions from people to tell them how you think that they […]

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Does everyone matter?

I have a vision for Canada where every single person is treated with true dignity and respect. Where we see others as intrinsically valuable humans. Where an established trust based on that mutual respect allows us to build a democracy where we can debate even the topics that are often seen as polarizing, like euthanasia […]

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Laying it all down

I wasn’t kidding when I said I hate politics. And if my life were simply about pursuing financial stability and personal comfort, I would have never left my law firm, consulting and teaching at university. After the 2020 Leadership race, I was approached to consider a number of positions that offered pay, prestige and greater personal […]

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Scott's campaign of misinformation.

I wasn’t expecting to be responding today to one of my fellow Leadership candidates trying to cancel me by calling me a racist, but Leadership races are full of surprises. So when Scott Aitchison accused me this morning of speaking in a similar vein to radical anti-Semite Laith Marouf, I of course felt the need […]

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Conspiracy Theories and the United Nations agenda

The United Nations is fuelling a misinformation campaign that they cleverly disguise as a war on conspiracy theories. The UN’s target is you, the citizen. The UN has put out a framework for people to assess and ultimately undermine the legitimate questions that people are asking of their governments by labelling these questions as “conspiracy theories”. In […]

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75 years of Nuremberg

The Nuremberg Code was created in 1947 in Nuremberg, Germany as a result of the court trials of nazi doctors accused of conducting non-consensual, deadly and inhumane experiments on prisoners in concentration camps.  At the end of the trial, 16 people were found guilty and the findings evolved into a Code that protects human subjects in research, and which […]

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ArriveCAN might be illegal

We are currently living in a situation where Canadians are not free to enter their own country without completing a form that currently has no legal basis to exist. Worse, Canadians are being fined and threatened at their own border for not submitting private medical information that the government has no right to demand. While […]

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We're fighting for the soul of our nation

Imagine that in 2015 you were placed in a time machine, sent into the future and arrived in August 2022. Would you believe your eyes? Could anyone convince you that only seven years had passed? We have lived through the nightmare of the past seven years, and even still it is hard to believe how […]

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Tamara Lich: Political Prisoner?

A political prisoner is defined as “a person imprisoned for their political beliefs and actions.” This definition begs the question of whether Trucker Convoy organizer Tamara Lich is a political prisoner. In a previous letter, I outlined the fact that the first judge who detained Tamara was a former Liberal candidate, and the crown attorney who […]

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I Hate Politics

I hate politics. That might be an odd thing for a politician to say, but it is genuinely how I feel. I’m here out of a sincere duty to lend my talents in complete service to my fellow Canadians. I hate that politics is dominated by fear. I hate that politicians focus on making their […]

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ESG: Their worst plan yet.

A narrative of fear surrounds the issue of climate change, and it’s being used to completely alter our way of life. I’ve already covered how the Net-Zero policies are going to transform our food supply chain and why Canada is now headed in the direction of rising discontent like in the Netherlands and Sri Lanka.  […]

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Will they give us answers on SADS?

The past couple of years have been incredibly traumatizing for so many Canadians. People have lost so much: financial devastation, the loss of so many dreams, losing loved ones. And now at a time when we are hoping that we might finally be returning to normal life, we are being confronted with a new faceless […]

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The Real Numbers

STATEMENT FROM TEAM LESLYN: If this leadership race has proven anything it’s that the grassroots conservative movement is poised to turn this country around. It’s thanks to your involvement that our party is stronger than ever and running boldly towards a strong Conservative vision for the future. Elections Canada released data today that reported on […]

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A rainy day gas reserve

Life in Canada is becoming unaffordable, and Canadians are desperate for relief. Canadians paid almost 55% more for gasoline in June than they did the year before. As everyone pays more for fuel, it’s driving up the costs of everything else we buy. Driving is less affordable, and reports show Canadians are cutting back on […]

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Tamara Lich and the thought police

“The courts are not a thought police,” said Justice Kevin Phillips as he released Tamara Lich on bail.  When freedom runs through your veins, the notion that political vendettas can be settled by unjustly imprisoning dissidents scares any liberty-minded person. Many people are duly concerned about the growing distrust in our institutions across the country. […]

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We’re headed for a food shortage

We are heading directly for a food shortage unless our government starts supporting our farmers. As a nation that has prided itself on being an agricultural giant, we should not be facing the kind of food shortages that other countries around the world are experiencing. In the early days of COVID, so many people talked […]

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Let's talk about the WEF

I have been asked about the World Economic Forum (“the WEF”) at every single campaign event. People are concerned that they are seeing so much of what was dismissed as a conspiracy theory actually manifest over the past two years. Take for example “The Great Reset”, which was never a conspiracy - it was an […]

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Faith Or Science

Are you a person of faith? Or are you a person of science? Or maybe like me, you feel like those words don’t mean what they used to anymore. Faith has been popularly defined as “the substance of things hoped for, and the evidence of things not seen.” This definition which is based on faith […]

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Critical Race: Visible minorities are not a commodity.

I have to speak up about a complaint that I am hearing from new Canadians and Canadians from visible minority communities all across Canada. They are offended, and I understand why. The media attention that Patrick Brown received was all about how he was going to “deliver” the ethnic vote to the Conservative Party, as […]

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We Need The North To Thrive

The North represents one of Canada’s greatest opportunities but for too long has been treated as an afterthought.  While I was travelling through Nunavut, Yukon and the Northwest Territories over the past weeks, I saw a beautiful land with great promise. The people are warm, generous and resourceful. Unfortunately, Justin Trudeau has neglected the North […]

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The truth about Net-Zero

Politicians are promising to give you back your freedom, but they aren’t telling you how they are going to do it. Your freedom is not something that any human can grant you. You were born with it, but your freedom can be taken away by your silence to injustice. You get it back by refusing […]

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Common Sense Firearms Laws

Canadians need a government that’s going to respect their rights and freedoms. When the Liberals attack law-abiding firearms owners, they do nothing to improve public safety. We need to turn our focus on keeping Canadians safe by combatting crime and eliminating gun smuggling at the borders. The hunters, sport shooters and farmers that are targeted […]

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Crickets!? Where’s the Beef?

Is animal meat being phased out?  With the announcement of the world’s largest cricket processing plant being built in London, Ontario; farmers are concerned about the survival of their industry.  Watching the clashes in Holland between the agriculture industry and their government has understandably made them wonder if the same scapegoating of their industry is […]

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The Future of our Party

It has been a dramatic couple of days in the Conservative Leadership race. In terms of the technicalities of the disqualification of Patrick Brown, as I said when other candidates were unable to join the race at the outset, I believe our party needs to be as transparent as legally possible in order to maintain […]

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Your tax dollars are paying for hate

Last week it was reported that the ironically named “Anti-Hate Network” had published a shockingly hateful toolkit to be utilized in Canadian classrooms. Some highlights from this 53-page document include: Instructions on how to deal with fellow students or teachers who might support “problematic politicians” Statements that the Conservative party was infiltrated by white supremacists and other […]

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Aiming for Common Sense

When it comes to public safety, the responsibility of the government should be to protect the rights of law-abiding Canadians, while keeping guns out of the hands of criminals. Recently, we have seen that government is leaving criminals alone, while cracking down on law-abiding farmers, hunters and sports shooters. I’ve practiced criminal law. So I […]

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No shame in being Canadian

I love Canada. Have I mourned to see so many of the freedoms we were founded upon trampled by the Liberal government? Yes. But that doesn’t change how I feel about my country. It simply makes me even more passionate about helping get Canada back on track. Is our history filled only with perfect people? […]

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Corrupt and Power-Hungry

I wish I could say that I was surprised by the Prime Minister’s latest scandal. Interfering in the investigation into the Nova Scotia Massacre is as calloused and cynical as one could possibly be, and yet it has all the earmarks of a Justin Trudeau Scandal. “There was no political interference.” “I did not place […]

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When the Liberals ask you about abortion, what will you say?

With the U.S. Supreme Court striking down Roe v Wade today, it does not take a soothsayer to know how the Liberals will run in the next election. It will be all about abortion. We have a choice. We can try what our party has done in the last several elections and run from the […]

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No “Get Out of Jail Free” Cards

Laws should protect people. Historically, violence against women has increased with the consumption of alcohol by their perpetrator. So why would the Supreme Court declare that if someone is sufficiently intoxicated in order to be deemed “out of control”, then they are not responsible for their actions?It is expected that when our highest court in the land fails […]

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Bill C-11: It's about more than censorship

Bill C-11 “the Online Streaming Act” is the type of law that happens when a government feels it can get away with anything, and where our elected officials feel that they are no longer responsible and accountable to the Canadian people. The danger with Bill C-11 is that it gives the government the ability to […]

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"Watch For Leslyn": Letter from MP Dean Allison

I am incredibly excited to be supporting Leslyn in this race. I am proud to be supporting a politician who is motivated by truth. Someone who is committed to honesty. Someone who I have seen first hand, really listens to those around her. Whether it’s her colleagues, or the thousands of Canadians she’s been meeting […]

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Holding On To Life: Fixing MAiD

“Our MAiD laws are falling off the cliff.” Those were the words of Dr. Sonu Gaind, Chair of the Medical Assistance in Dying (MAiD) Team at Humber River Hospital in a recent interview with political commentator Anthony Furey. So many of us warned about a slippery slope back in 2016 as the Trudeau Liberals pushed through the […]

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They Finally Backed Down

After eight months of millions of Canadians being trapped in their own country, and even unable to even visit their own family members within Canada, the Liberals have finally rolled back one of their most divisive actions — the federal travel mandates. It shouldn't be lost on us that this announcement comes the day after […]

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"Are the numbers real?"

I wanted to reach out to you in regards to two commonly asked questions we've received since Thursday, June 2. The answers tie together, so I'll start at the beginning. We’ve received many concerned emails, calls and messages in the last 10 days about a confusing email that Mr. Poilievre’s campaign sent out telling many […]

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Taking a Stand - MP Jeremy Patzer

Has anyone ever told you that politics is the art of compromise? While this is true to some degree, it’s often used as an excuse for not standing true to one’s convictions. Selling out, going back on promises, and flip-flopping are all too common amongst politicians. It’s why voters have such a hard time trusting […]

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Putting An End To Authoritarian Governments

Last February, a dark chill blew from downtown Ottawa right across the nation. It wasn’t the usual February cold, it was the inner chill that ends in the pit of your stomach when your government used unprecedented emergency powers to cracked down on a largely peaceful protest in the heart of our capital city. Many […]

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Defunding the CBC

I can remember a time, not that long ago, when people in Canada actually believed their own eyes. That is not the case anymore. It doesn’t matter whether it’s in a race for clicks, or a politicized agenda, the divisive and sensationalist stories from our mainstream media have caused Canadians to lose their trust in […]

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The Canada we live in and the one that could be

I believe in democracy. Yesterday we saw a stark example of how far democracy has fallen in Canada. MP Cathay Wagantall, who I am extremely proud to have on my team, was removed from the House of Commons for not declaring her vaccination status. Despite there being no vaccine mandate in Ontario, despite the fact […]

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Victory at the World Health Assembly!

I’m so proud of Canadians.   Engaged Citizens all over the world worked tirelessly to ensure that the changes to the International Health Regulations did not pass at the World Health Assembly last week. As you recall, those changes would have given the World Health Organization (the WHO, which is a United Nations organization) more […]

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New Trudeau Law Attacks Law Abiding Gun Owners

The Liberals have done it again. Put forward more legislation on firearms that won’t actually make people safer. They need to stop playing politics with the safety of our communities. For years law enforcement have been trying to tell them their handgun bans won’t do anything to stop criminals. They refuse to take our border security seriously […]

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Getting Canada out of the WEF Travel Program

I have already alerted Canadians that our government partnered with the World Economic Forum (WEF) on a pilot project called the Known Traveller Digital Identity (KTDI) which is a secured traveller program. I put out this warning a full month before the media finally acknowledged this is a real program. You see, I remember growing up in a very […]

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World Health Assembly Vote: Conspiracy or Fact?

One of the tools that the radical left uses to avoid dealing with legitimate concerns raised by conservatives, is to label everything racist, sexist, bigoted or - if all else fails - a conspiracy theory. This tool is deliberately used to avoid accountability, so that we can't have conversations about real problems in the system. […]

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Addiction and Compassion

A few weeks ago I was driving down East Hastings street in downtown Vancouver. I couldn’t believe what I was seeing with my own eyes. Even more so, I couldn’t believe I was still in Canada. Open drug use in the middle of the day. Human beings lying strung out amongst needles in broad daylight. […]

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ArriveCAN must end

I believe the Liberal government's approach to travel in this country is an unscientific, administrative nightmare. If you've traveled out of the country in the past two years, you likely used the Government of Canada's ArriveCAN app. If you didn't, you would have been potentially threatened with additional quarantine time, fines, or - according the […]

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Patrick Brown and Social Conservatives

My fellow Leadership contestant Patrick Brown is in the news today, stating that social conservatives "would have a place" in a party led by him. This is a different tone than we have heard from Mayor Brown in recent years. Here's an excerpt from his recent book, in which he gives advice to his successor of the […]

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Can Digital Currency save us?

I understand that we are in a leadership race and everyone is trying to grab their share of headlines, but there are repercussions to what we as public servants and aspiring party leaders say and do. Inflation is destroying families' budgets and making every day life unaffordable. But if you took $1,000 out of your […]

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Common Sense & Firearms

Canadians are not afraid of farmers, sports-shooters, or hunters, but that doesn’t stop the Liberals from rolling out another version of their infamous gun registry to punish these groups. I desperately want Canada to be the safest country in the world. I know what it’s like to hear about a shooting in downtown Toronto, near where my kids […]

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Time To Stand Together

If the Liberals really cared about the health of vulnerable Canadians, they would have increased healthcare funding during the pandemic. Instead, they are virtue signaling again by announcing today, an extra 3.5 million dollars to fund more abortions in Canada. Canada is one of only three countries in the world, along with North Korea and China, […]

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Rebuilding our party

The grassroots of our party are strong, but over the last 7 years, we have let them down. Stephen Harper ran his leadership race in 2004 on building a strong Conservative party. He didn’t just focus on the values that bind our big blue tent together, he built a powerful conservative infrastructure. Our party operations […]

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Enough Discrimination!

Justin Trudeau and his Liberal government have waged an open war against religious freedom since he was elected in 2015. But the latest report currently getting attention is absolutely shocking. The Advisory Panel on Systemic Racism and Discrimination was delivered to the Minister of National Defence in January, but people are only just now realizing how far it goes […]

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Build More Houses

Buying your first home used to be a day every Canadian looked forward to. It’s a major milestone - like getting married, getting that first job, or having a child. Sadly, homeownership is falling so far out of reach for so many that it's starting to be seen as a hopeless ideal. The average price […]

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Building Stronger Families

Canada needs to better support families. With cost of living on the rise, families need all the help they can get. As Prime Minister I will bring forward a plan to support families in the important early years of children’s lives.  I will relieve the pressure on mothers to keep working right up until their […]

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No Digital IDs!

Travelling across Canada these past few weeks one of the most common questions I get is about the World Economic Forum (WEF), the Prime Minister’s post-national ambitions, and the threat of Digital I.D. Unfortunately, we continue to see the real fears and concerns of Canadians being dismissed as “conspiracy”. But what are we supposed to […]

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No Hidden Agenda

I know exactly what it is like to be staring at the future you’ve worked so hard towards and suddenly finding out you’re pregnant. For me, it was as I was articling on Bay street, trying to get ready to write the Bar exam. This was the starting line of my entire career and now […]

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Your health care decisions are yours to make

It would seem completely unnecessary to say just a few years ago, but individual health choices that Canadians make should be protected and respected. As reported by Blacklocks Reporter today, data requested by my colleague Marilyn Gladu confirmed that over 2,500 federal employees were suspended without pay for refusing to show proof of vaccination. Despite the fact that the […]

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Have you ever wished you were wrong?

Have you ever wished you were wrong? I certainly have. In October of 2020, way before Justin Trudeau used travel mandates and vaccine passports to divide Canadians, I sent in an op-ed to the National Post  predicting that Justin Trudeau was leading Canada towards a socialist coup. I was called every manner of conspiracy theorist and kook. […]

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Together or not at all

My heart for this country is captured in my campaign slogan: Hope, Unity, Compassion. It is the pillar of unity that holds the ideas of hope and compassion together. This country only works when we are all united. The only way that every Canadian can succeed is when we ensure that every Canadian is heard. Just like our […]

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Protecting Parental Rights

The government doesn’t love your kids. It can’t. Government is not a person; it is hardly even a collective of people. Government is a system, and it can be a good system, or a bad system, but it is never more than that. A good government – when it is running well – also provides […]

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The WHO Pandemic Treaty and our Health Care Sovereignty

Canada must not sign away our sovereignty on health care, but that is exactly what some of Canada’s leaders are trying to do. And there is tremendous pressure from around the world to make us do it.

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The NDP-Liberal budget is selfish

When I started my law firm, I didn’t take a salary for a long time. I knew that if I could employ more people and afford to give clients a good deal, it would all pay off in the end. I was right.

When the 2008 recession was putting pressure on my business, I again prioritized making sure my employees were taken care of instead of drawing my own salary. Investing in people who can be trusted to work hard, always generates more wealth for all than selfishness does.

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Energy and Security

The war in Ukraine has highlighted one of Canada's worst policy failures of all time, namely that we have given up our energy security. We have weakened our position on the world stage and left our allies to strike deals with dictators in order to keep their citizens safe and warm.

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