PPC National Conference gathered over 500 people last weekend

Over 40 PPC Veteran Candidates gathered in the main room to announce the People’s Party of Canada Veteran Platform last Sunday

The People’s Party of Canada held its first National Conference last weekend (August 16-18) at the Hilton Lac Leamy Hotel & Casino in Gatineau, Quebec. Over 500 people including PPC candidates, EDA officials and campaign managers attended the 2019 National Conference of the People’s Party of Canada, the fastest growing political party in Canadian history. Established less than one year ago, the PPC already has over 40,000 members, and with an impressive number of 312 candidates for the next federal elections, the PPC is the second largest Canadian party in number of candidates.

During his closing speech at the conference to a crowd of hundreds flag-waving, cheering candidates and supporters, Maxime Bernier – leader of the People’s Party of Canada said that not inviting him to take part in the official election debates means excluding the only political party leader who has anything different to say.

“It won’t be a real debate if I’m not there. It will be a phoney discussion where they attack each other on their superficial differences.” Mr. Bernier said.


2019 PPC National Conference Highlights

PPC candidates Hon. Steven Fletcher (Charleswood-St. James-Assiniboia-Headingley), and Guto Penteado (Saskatoon-University)
PPC’s leader Maxime Bernier and Guto candidate Penteado (Saskatoon-University)

PEOPLE’S PARTY CONFERENCE OPENING CEREMONY

Opening Ceremony: Canada’s National Anthem performed by PPC candidate Kelly Day (Prince Albert)
2019 PPC National Conference Main Room


ROUND TABLE: PPC Candidates discuss Globalism, Islamism, and Immigration (video)

Mark Friesen, Frank Vaughan, David Haskell, Laura Lynn Thompson, and Ivan Pak speak freely and openly about three of most provocative issues in Canadian politics without fear of reprisal from their Leader, Maxime Bernier who has championed free speech as a fundamental Canadian value. Thanks to the financial support of our fans, Just Right Media’s Bob Metz and Robert Vaughan were able to attend the Conference and record this special round table talk.
Five People’s Party Of Canada Candidates Take Time From The PPC Convention In Gatineau, Quebec To Discuss Globalism, Islamism, And Immigration.

DAY 1: PPC NATIONAL CONFERENCE COCKTAIL RECEPTION

PPC candidate Guto Penteado takes us to a tour around the Hilton Lac-Leamy Hotel & Casino during the first evening of the PPC National Conference in Gatineau, QC.

PPC CANDIDATE PARODIES TRUDEAU AT THE PPC CONFERENCE

PPC candidate Greg Wycliffe (Toronto Parkdale-High Park) performing during the PPC National Conference 

PPC UNVEILED ITS VETERAN PLATFORM AT THE NATIONAL CONFERENCE. VETERAN POLICIES CRAFTED BY VETERANS FOR VETERANS

During the PPC National Conference held last weekend, the People’s Party of Canada announced its Veterans policies. The PPC has over 40 Veteran candidates running in the next federal election. These policies were created by these PPC Veterans who are tired of being neglected by the current and past governments. Now with the PPC, Canadian Veterans have policies that were crafted by veterans for veterans, treating them with the respect they deserve.


PPC RELEASES ITS NEW SONG FOR THE CAMPAIGN TRAIL

PPC’s beautiful song was officially unveiled during the conference. “Northern Sovereign” (Nord Souverain) was written by PPC members Scott Jimmo & Kelly Day, and  arranged by Kelly Day & Amanda Gardiner.

PPC candidate Kelly Day (Prince Albert) performs the party’s new “anthem” at the Hilton Lac Leamy Hotel & Casino in Gatineau, QC.

PPC ARDENT SUPPORTER FINDS A CREATIVE WAY TO GET TO THE CONFERENCE

Watch the video and find out how Derek Harrison, an ardent supporter of the People’s Party of Canada made his way to the conference in Gatineau, QB. Since April of 2018, Derek Harrison has been commenting on Canadian politics on his YouTube channel “Rants Derek.”

Derek became an avid supporter of the People’s Party of Canada since its establishment, and whenever and however possible he is always attending the PPC events.

CHOOSING COUNTRY OVER PARTY – by Benjamin Dichter

Benjamin Dichter, a founder of LGBTory, speaks to the first People’s Party of Canada Conference held in Gatineau, Quebec on the topic of choosing your country over your party.

Benjamin Dichter, who ran for the Conservatives in downtown Toronto in 2015, pumped up the crowd earlier on Sunday by arguing that Canada is heading in the wrong direction when it comes to how it is dealing with Islamic extremism. Benjamin Dichter recently joined the People’s Party of Canada.

PPC’s Guto Penteado with Benjamin Dichter

NATIONAL MEDIA COVERING THE PPC NATIONAL CONFERENCE

CBC News and other major national media channels were covering the event on Sunday and had the opportunity to ask Maxime Bernier several questions during the media scrum held after the conference.

CBC’s The National news coverage: “It won’t be a real debate if I’m not there,” Bernier, the leader of the People’s Party of Canada, told supporters Sunday during the 2019 People’s Party of Canada National Conference.

2019 PPC CONFERENCE MEDIA SCRUM

Media Scrum (full uncut version)
Maxime Bernier during the Media Scrum

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