INDIVIDUAL FREEDOM • PERSONAL RESPONSIBILITY • FAIRNESS • RESPECT
2021 People's Party of Canada Candidate for Vancouver East
We avoid apocalyptic thinking or enviro-tyranny. We advocate for adaptation to real climate patterns as necessary, and made-in-Canada energy solutions tailored to our geopolitical and economic reality.
We are the only party ready to replace the paternalistic Indian Act with a new legal framework that guarantees equal rights and responsibilities to indigenous people as Canadians and promotes self-reliance of communities.
On Identity Politics
We promote Canadian unity, not balkanization or diaspora politics. We support immigrant integration into Canadian culture. We do not pander to special interest groups; as such we oppose the intrusion of gender ideology into policy-making.
On Health Care
Allow provinces to innovate by transferring tax room and accountability for providing equal access to care.
On Free Press
Transition the CBC to a true public broadcaster, and abolish media bailouts.
In Vancouver East, the People's Party of Canada wants to change up the conversation about drugs, housing, and the downtown eastside.
These are the things that have to be said if we are ever to break through the entrenched status quo and allow people to self-actualize and thrive.
The People's Party protects the Freedom of Expression to allow a useful conversation to occur.
Let's spread the wave to every household!
Make cheque payable to: Murdoch Coe, Official Agent
and mail to
P.O. Box 14151 El Dorado PO
Vancouver, BC V5R 5G0
up to $20 to be accepted in person
Maxime Bernier has served in three cabinet portfolios:
Industry, Foreign Affairs, and Small Business/
Tourism/Agriculture. Prior to politics he worked in law, banking, and finance. He’s done politics the old way and he’s ready to do politics differently, based on the principles of:
Personal Responsibility, Individual Freedom,
Fairness, and Respect
To understand my real motives, my critics should read up on “public choice theory.” Developed by James Buchanan, who won a Nobel prize for economics in 1986, it explains how interest groups hijack political debates and capture politicians, winning huge benefits in the form of subsidies, trade protection, fiscal or legal privileges and other favourable regulations. They are willing to devote enormous lobbying effort and large amounts of money to get them.
"We want smaller government because we support individual freedom and personal responsibility. We have faith in people. We have faith that they have the ability, the dignity and the right to make their own decisions and determine their own destiny."