Dec 312019
 

In Part 3 of our “Rethinking Canada” series Professor Salim Mansur and Robert Vaughan discuss the People’s Party of Canada option for voters looking to unite the country.

Part 1 – The Alienation of The West
Part 2 – Conservative Party Mediocrity
Part 3 – The People’s Party Option


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Rethinking Canada – The Alienation of The West

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Dec 172019
 

In the first of a 3-part series Salim Mansur, Professor Emeritus at Western University, speaks with Robert Vaughan of Just Right Media, and Salim’s Campaign Manager in the 2019 election, about the failings of Canada’s system of government.

The Western provinces and rural Canadians are once again ignored in Parliament as the Liberals under Justin Trudeau have been reelected primarily with the support of the urban voters of Toronto, Montreal, and Ottawa.

Regardless of the part in power the dominance of the Laurentian elite in Canadian politics is something which dates back to the founding of our nation and has been a constant irritant to many Canadians outside of Ontario and Quebec who wish to be treated as equal partners in what is supposed to be a Federation of equal provinces.

In Part 1 Salim suggests that the debate on a triple-E Senate needs to be revisited to once and for all address the inequities built into our Westminster-style system of government.

Part 1 – The Alienation of The West
Part 2 – Conservative Party Mediocrity
Part 3 – The People’s Party Option


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The UK 2019 Election and What it Means for Canada – Salim Mansur

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Dec 142019
 

While Boris Johnson may not be properly grouped into that class of populist leaders like a Trump, Orbán, or Farage his recent reelection and resultant resounding majority in Parliament has captured the resentment most voters in that nation have towards the elites who have denied them the break from the EU they demanded in 2016.

Salim Mansur, Professor Emeritus at Western University, joins Robert Vaughan to discuss the election and how it might portend a bright future for Canada’s own populist People’s Party.


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Maxime Bernier acclaimed as Leader of the People’s Party of Canada

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Nov 292019
 

During the first People’s Party of Canada’s National Conference held in Gatineau, PQ from Sept. 20-22, 2019 Maxime Bernier was acclaimed as Leader of the Party by the unanimous applause of those in attendance.

Attendees, numbering approximately 500, included PPC candidates, riding executives, and members of the national executive.

The motion was read by the Party’s Executive Director Johanne Mennie.

Just Right Media was there and captured this rare video of the event.

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630 – The people’s choice – Or is it?

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Nov 072019
 

The People's Choice

In choosing our representatives for public office, are the winning candidates in any given election really ‘the people’s choice’? Or do they win for completely different reasons?

The answer to these questions may surprise you.

Many believe that ‘strategic voting‘ is what ultimately decides the winner – where voters are not voting for a particular candidate, but against another. And while it turns out that this is true for a significant number of voters (35%), statistics reveal that there are many other significant voting patterns contributing to a final electoral outcome.

Perhaps most surprising is that 57% of voters (according to a Leger poll conducted after the last Canadian election) say that they voted “based on their political convictions, without any thought to their candidates’ chances of winning.” Continue reading »

The Way Forward – The Danielle Metz Show 078

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Nov 032019
 


Audio as broadcast on WBCQ

In the wake of the 2019 Canadian federal election Danielle and Robert talk about what’s next for the People’s Party of Canada.

Having been defeated at the polls their take is that freedom-loving people have to step up their game and play hard bard against those who would see the country devolve into collective tribalism.

(We apologize for the quality of the audio in this presentation.)


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Oct 312019
 

Maxime loses seat

If there’s one thing that we can all learn from the way the last Canadian federal election was conducted, it was that the People’s Party of Canada was the single party most feared by the Left. Indeed, it is Canada’s only party that is not on the Left itself.

What’s more significant is that even after the election – one in which the PPC did not have a single candidate elected, and its leader lost his own parliamentary seat – the PPC obviously still continues to be the party most feared by the Left. The evidence of this can be found in the still continuing public expressions of hatred and fear being levied against the PPC and its leader, Maxime Bernier.

These vile and contemptible accusations – all demonstrably false – originate from the mainstream media, the mainstream political parties, and hateful ‘anti-hate’ groups of the Left like the National Council of Canadian Muslims whose Oct 26 Globe & Mail hateful and libelous commentary is deconstructed and condemned line-by-line on today’s show.

And then there’s Warren Kinsella. Hired by the Conservative Party of Canada to libel and slander Bernier and the PPC, we were already well aware of Kinsella for such antics. He has in past directed similar tactics against our own show, Just Right, and even arbitrarily included Ontario’s party on the Right, the Freedom Party of Ontario, in his first book, Web of Hate. Continue reading »