Bernier says he will 'continue to split the vote,' calls Conservatives 'arrogant'
In response to allegations of vote splitting, Bernier blamed no one but the Conservatives, saying that the Tories arrogantly believe that "PPC votes belong to them."
The second “March for Freedom” took to the streets of Toronto on Saturday. Organized by The Line Canada but attended by people with a host of different beliefs, they marched for the common purpose of ending COVID-19-induced restrictions across the country.
The controversial MP and federal leader, who also served in Stephen Harper’s cabinet as the minister of Small Business and Tourism and Agriculture, served as Beauce’s Member of Parliament since 2006, having won convincingly as a conservative in four prior elections.
In the wake of the bombshell revelations that Andrew Scheer’s Conservative Party of Canada hired Warren Kinsella to “seek and destroy” Maxime Bernier’s People’s Party, new questions have come to the surface about the July 2019 mass resignation of the Elmwood-Transcona PPC board.
A 40-year-old hunting guide, photographer and IT manager posted a monologue video on Twitter this weekend to respond to People's Party of Canada supporters angered by the news that political operative Warren Kinsella was hired by the CPC
According to a breaking report from The Globe and Mail, the Conservative Party of Canada allegedly contracted Warren Kinsella’s consulting firm “Daisy Group” to discredit and smear the People’s Party of Canada.
The CBC has Unlisted Maxime Bernier’s “Campaign Trail | Day 28” video from YouTube, a series of videos posted by CBC of the major federal party leaders addressing the media on the campaign trail across Canada.