Maxime Bernier And the People’s Party of Canada set to provide clear conservative option for Oct. 21 federal election.
SASKATOON – People’s Party of Canada Saskatoon-University candidate Guto Penteado welcomes the long-awaited beginning of the 2019 Canadian Federal Election.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced the start of a 40-day election campaign on Wednesday. Penteado said the Oct. 21 election is a chance to put the country back in the hands of everyday Canadians. He and the People’s Party of Canada team will show Saskatonians the benefits of a new, truly-national movement spurred by party leader Maxime Bernier and his common sense approach to governing Canada.
“I felt we didn’t have a real conservative option in the Saskatoon-University. After discovering Bernier and his principles, I learned more about the PPC and decided to represent them by filling a gap left in this electoral district,” said Penteado. “Whether it’s immigration, free speech, corporate welfare, gun policy or inter-provincial trade, the People’s Party is the lone party putting Canadian interests above all others based on a foundation of freedom, responsibility, fairness and respect.”
“It is well known that the People’s Party does not condone special treatment, subsidies or favours for corporate entities. The days of corporate welfare are near an end, as is the crony capitalism rampant within the Canadian government through the past two decades.” – Guto Penteado, with Maxime Bernier pictured right.
Meanwhile, Bernier began the official campaign on Wednesday responding to recent reports from the Globe and Mail that Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and his Liberal government were allegedly impeding an RCMP examination of the SNC-Lavalin scandal.
“I think it is very discouraging to see the Trudeau government and public servants refusing to allow the RCMP to investigate this very important issue,” Bernier said Wednesday.
Penteado echoed those sentiments.
“It is well known that the People’s Party does not condone special treatment, subsidies or favours for corporate entities,” he said while preparing for his street campaign in Saskatoon. “The days of corporate welfare are near an end, as are the crony capitalism rampant within the Canadian government through the past two decades.”