Paul McKeever is the Leader of Freedom Party of Ontario. Paul joined Freedom Party in 1992, and worked on the campaign of later-to-be party leader Lloyd Walker in 1995. Paul first ran as a candidate for Freedom Party in Ontario's 1999 election. He also became a Freedom Party spokesperson that year.
Paul replaced Lloyd Walker as party leader in 2002. He has led the party through the elections of 2003 and 2007. He is also chief spokesperson for the No Tax for Pan Am 2015 committee.
Paul is an employment litigator by profession. He opened his law office in Oshawa in the spring of 1997. His clients' cases have been reported in the Lawyers Weekly newspaper, and on the front page of The Toronto Star.
Paul wrote, produced and directed the popular documentary "The Principle of Pot": the history of "Prince of Pot" Marc Emery's campaigns for individual freedom over the years 1980 to 2010. In fact, Paul has made or appeared in numerous videos that can be watched on Freedom Party of Ontario's YouTube channel (the most popular YouTube channel of all Ontario political parties), and on his own YouTube channel. Paul's YouTube channel is more popular than that of Canada's Prime Minister, and Ontario's Premier.
Paul's columns have appeared in the pages of the Toronto Star and the Financial Post. He has been a guest on numerous radio and television programs, including: Ryan Doyle, John Oakley, Michael Coren, Christine Williams. He also writes a blog concerning philosophy, politics, law, and current events.
Born in 1966, Paul is married, with children.
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