Sep 192007
 

“Freedom Party leader Paul McKeever (candidate in the riding of London West) today is warning that the Progressive Conservative proposal to fund religious schools with taxpayer dollars would deprive participating religious schools of constitutionally-entrenched protections of their religious freedom…” Click here to read the full media release.

Aug 012007
 

2007-08-01.fptv-15-thumbVIDEO – DESCRIPTION:
In this information-packed video, Freedom Party of Ontario leader Paul McKeever explains that the “fiscal gap” is a myth…a myth promoted by provincial politicians who are afraid of being accountable to the public for raising taxes or cutting spending. Paul also explains the dangers, to confederation and to the democratic process, of provinces seeking to balance their budgets with federal tax revenues. Continue reading »

Jun 092005
 

“Freedom Party of Ontario leader, Paul McKeever, praised the Supreme Court of Canada’s decision today which declared unconstitutional a Quebec law prohibiting individuals from spending their own money on health care services. His party views the decision as added fire-power for its unique stand on the issue leading into Ontario Election 2007…” [Click here to read the full release]

Aug 252003
 

Freedom Party of Ontario

– MEDIA RELEASE –

For Immediate Release

Eves’ Blame Federal Liberals Strategy to Fail

August 25, 2003 – Oshawa – “Eves is doing Ontario a real disservice here”, says Freedom Party of Ontario leader, Paul McKeever. “The Federal and Provincial governments are not in a parent and child relationship: they are, instead, parts of a two-piece puzzle. Every time Eves begs the federal government for money he reinforces the false perception that the feds run the show. The reality is quite the opposite. Mike Harris knows that. Ralph Klein knows that. Preston Manning knows that. I, most certainly, know that…” [Click here to read the full release]

Jul 152002
 

2002-07-xx.mckeever-thumbVIDEO – DESCRIPTION:

In July of 2002, then Freedom Party spokesperson Paul McKeever, David Lesperance (Lawyer, global relocation specialist), and Michael Taube (public affairs analyst) comprised the second of two panels that appeared on Michael Coren Live! with host Michael Coren to discuss the constitutionality – or lack thereof – of Canada’s Income Tax Act. The first panel was comprised of two fellows who referred to themselves as “de-taxers”: Bruce Stellar (Ontario De-tax Group), and Byrun Fox (Ontario De-tax Group). Continue reading »

Jan 011999
 

1999-01-xx.draft-election-platform.thumbContents:

Statement of Principle; Where We Stand!: Official Platform – Freedom Party of Ontario – Members Draft – December, 1998; Policy and Platform: Freedom; Aboriginal Issues; Abortion; Academic Freedom; Affirmative Action; Auto Insurance; Balanced Budgets; Business; Calgary Framework; Canadian Radio and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC); Censorship; Charter of Rights and Freedoms; Children & Child Care; Constitution; Crown Corporations; Culture; Democracy; Discrimination; Drug Laws; Education; Electoral Reform; Environment; Freedom of Choice; Freedom of Speech; Freedom Party; Free Enterprise; Free Markets; Free Trade; Fundamental Freedoms; Government; Gun Control; Health Care; Health Tax; Housing; Human Rights Commission (Ontario); Individual Rights; Insurance; Interest Rates; Jobs; Justice; Law; Lobby Groups; Majority Rule; Marijuana; Market Value Assessment; Medicare; MPP Salaries & Pensions; Multiculturalism; Official Bilingualism; OHIP; Ontario Hydro; Politics; Political Correctness; Pollution; Poverty; Principles; Property Rights; Property Taxes; Protectionism; Public Transit; Quebec; Racism; Referendums; Rent Controls; Self Defence; Socialism; Sunday Shopping; Taxation; Unemployment; Unions; Universality; Wealth; Welfare; Workers’ Compensation; Workfare.
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Dec 031997
 

1997-xx-x.lrc-thumbAUDIO – DESCRIPTION:

In this episode of Left, Right, and Center, host Jim Chapman asks the panelists about the Latimer case (the father killed his disabled daughter, and the question was whether it was murder or some form of legal euthanasia) and a judge’s finding on constitutional grounds that Latimer would not be sentenced pursuant to a mandatory minimum sentence set out by statute; and about third party liability.

Listen to the conversation:

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