On January 28, 2003, Freedom Party of Ontario leader Paul McKeever was a panelist on “On the Line” with host Christine Williams. In this episode, Christine’s guests discuss privacy in the workplace.
On or about January 11, 2003, Freedom Party leader Paul McKeever wrote an article to explain to FP’s members and supporters that many changes had happened to the organization, appearance, purpose and strategy of party. Most of the changes had happened since mid-2001 (when Paul McKeever and Robert Metz founded Freedom Party of Canada to advocate for freedom federally), and since McKeever had assumed the party leadership (in April of 2002). There was so much change that McKeever felt it important to summarize it for the membership.
This document was discovered in McKeever’s personal records on June 7, 2015. It does not appear ever to have been published or made public prior to that time, but it does explain in significant detail a number of major changes that were occurring to the party, and why.
In 2003, Freedom Party of Ontario prepared a number of “wallpapers” for use on ones computer. Each of the 10 wallpapers focused upon one or more of the leaders of the Liberal Party of Ontario (Dalton McGuinty), the New Democratic Party of Ontario (Howard Hampton), or the governing Progressive Conservative Party of Ontario (Ernie Eves).