On May 29, 2003, Freedom Party of Ontario president Robert Metz was a guest of Jim Chapman Live. The topic of discussion: the federal government’s open musings about decriminalizing cannabis possession.
May 15, 2003 – Oshawa – “The [education] tax credit is Progressive Conservative smoke an mirrors: it gives parents the power to choose schools, but leaves government with the power to make the rules about curriculum…” [Click here to read the full release]
Letter from Paul McKeever; Choice in Education; Taxes, Borrowing and the Debt; Electricity: A Plan for a Bright Future; Corporate Welfare; Your Home and Your Town; Improving the Integrity of Elections; Health Care; Political Party Funding; The Same Rights for All Individuals; Closing Message.
A re-assembly of the right as Freedom Party: speech by Leader Paul McKeever; riding association workshop coverage in Belleville; “Far-Right fringe aiming to influence Ontario vote” (Globe and Mail); Signs Point to a Spring Election (London Free Press); Sarnia Observer profiles Fp candidate Andrew Falby; Lindsay Daily Post covers Charles Olito’s campaign in Haliburton-Victoria-Brock; Discipline, or “a Discipline”? Daily Post pokes fun at its own headline, attributes quote to Olito; Frampton one of four main candidates in London-West (The Reporter); Ray Monteith first out of the gates in Elgin-Middlesex-London (St. Thomas Times-Journal); McKeever quoted by National Post concerning Eves’ manipulative, vote-oriented mortgage interest deduction proposal.