Feb 152017
 

radioAUDIO – DESCRIPTION:

On The Tom McConnell Show (CJBK-AM 1290 London, and CKTB-AM 610 St. Catharines) Freedom Party President Robert Metz called-in to join the discussion about the taxi industry, and its attempt to promote a monopoly on transportation – a monopoly that ultimately would exclude Uber – by pretending that taxis offer a level of safety not offered by Uber. Metz is particularly critical of taxi monopoly advocate Roger Caranci, with whom he and Freedom Party have had run-ins in the past (among other things, Metz ran against Caranci in the 1999 Ontario provincial general election, in which Caranci was the Liberal candidate in the riding of London North Centre).

 

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May 262016
 

“Call it “socialized energy” or “energy care”: energy on the basis of need, not on the basis of ability to pay. In an interview on the globally-broadcasted radio program “Just Right” today, Freedom Party of Ontario leader Paul McKeever warned that that is the real purpose of the Kathleen Wynne government’s various “climate” policies – including cap-and-trade, ending natural gas home-heating, subsidizing electric cars and charting stations, etc…” Click here to read the full media release.

Apr 232015
 

“Freedom Party is sounding the red alert today over the Wynne government’s radical feminist redefinition of “consent” in Ontario’s new elementary and secondary sex ed curricula…” Click here to read the full media release.

Apr 182012
 

radioAUDIO – DESCRIPTION:

On Friendly Fire (NewsTalk 1010AM CFRB, Toronto, Ontario, with hosts Ryan Doyle and John Downs) Paul McKeever, leader, Freedom Party of Ontario is first heard among the callers discussing a grassroots campaign echoing Freedom Party’s earlier proposal to change the speed limit to 120kph on Ontario’s 400-series highways.

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Sep 072011
 

VIDEO – DESCRIPTION:

This election commercial was aired on Sun News Network during the Ontario general election of 2011 to promote the party’s 2011 election plank: Restore Sensible Highway Speed Limits.

Transcript: “On Ontario’s highways, the speed limit used to be 113 kilometres per hour. In 1976, Ontario’s Progressive Conservatives reduced the limit to 100. Today, traffic moves along our highways, at approximately 120 kilometres per hour. A Freedom government will increase the speed limit to 120 on Ontario’s 400-series highways. Speed limits that make sense. Freedom Party.” Continue reading »

Sep 072011
 

AUDIO – DESCRIPTION:

Freedom Party leader Paul McKeever reads Freedom Party of Ontario’s 2011 election platform in its entirety. To the best of our knowledge, this is the first election platform ever released by anyone in audiobook format.

This audiobook places each plank in a separate chapter, for ease of navigation. Compatible with Apple iTunes, iPhone/iPod/iPad, and other smart phones/tablets. Continue reading »

Jun 132011
 

VIDEO – DESCRIPTION:

This video was released to promote the party’s 2011 election plank: Restore Sensible Highway Speed Limits.

Transcript: “On Ontario’s highways, the speed limit used to be 113 kilometres per hour. In 1976, Ontario’s Progressive Conservatives reduced the limit to 100. Today, traffic moves along our highways, at approximately 120 kilometres per hour. A Freedom government will increase the speed limit to 120 on Ontario’s 400-series highways. Speed limits that make sense. Freedom Party.” Continue reading »

Jun 132011
 

radioAUDIO – DESCRIPTION:

On the John Oakley Show (AM64, Toronto) Paul McKeever, leader, Freedom Party of Ontario discusses Freedom Party’s proposal to restore sensible speed limits on Ontario’s 400-series highways.

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