May 312018


On May 31, 2018, Tom McConnell (radio 610 CKTB AM / 1290 CJBK AM ) interviewed Freedom Party leader Paul McKeever in the run-up to Ontario’s June 7, 2018 provincial election. Among the questions McKeever was asked (and answered) were: Does FP have a costed platform?; What would you do about electricity in this province?; What about energy conservation programs?; Would you give a discount now and make consumers pay more later?; End the ban on incandescent lightbulbs?; What would your plans be for health care?; Is there anything in your platform re: mental health and addiction?; What would you do about the Beer Store, LCBO, and the proposed Ontario government pot-dealing monopoly?; Is there any agency, board, or commission that you would get rid of?; How many candidates are you running in this election?; Why aren’t you Freedom Party people under the PC banner, trying to effect change from within that party?; Would you re-write the Green Energy Act so that Ontario doesn’t pay more for electricity that Ontario sells it for?; Is the difference between the Freedom Party and the Libertarian party?; What are some of the other things in Freedom Party’s platform that you’d like people to be aware of (McKeever touches on issues such instruction in schools; policing and public safety at university speaking events; due process vs. workplace investigations)?; What is your party’s realistic goal in this election?; Would you be in favour of proportional representation?

NOTE: During the interview, McKeever quotes Ontario Libertarian Party leader Allen Small. Those quotations, together with a link to the source text, is provided here: Continue reading »

Nov 042013

2013-05-06.mckeever-thumbAUDIO – DESCRIPTION:

Freedom Party of Ontario leader Paul McKeever is the guest of “The Andrew Lawton Show”, which airs beginning at 1:00 PM daily on AM980, in London, Ontario. The interview began at 1:35 PM.

The discussion was prompted by a November 2, 2013 CBC news report about Mr. Sam Lou, who has been a barber for 15 years. Pursuant to the Ontario College of Trades and Apprenticeship Act, 2009, hairdressing (which is deemed to include the work done by a barber) is currently the only service identified as a compulsory trade (compulsory in the sense that one must now be a member of the College of Trades in order to perform the work of a hairdresser or barber). Mr. Lou has been told that either he must learn the hairdressing techniques needed to style, perm, colour etc. a woman’s hair, or else he cannot be a member of the College of Trades. Having opened a barber shop one month ago, the government has just shut down his business. Another Barber, Mr. Frank Olszynko – who has been cutting hair since the 1960s – says that if he is fined for carrying on his barber work without membership in the College, he will refuse to pay the fine, and will fight it in court.

McKeever explains that, although the College of Trades must go, that is not the root of the problem. The problem is that government is preventing people from buying or selling services freely.

Listen to the entire conversation:

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May 012013

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On May 1, 2013, Freedom Party of Ontario leader Paul McKeever appeared on David Menzies’ program “Menzoid Mornings” (Sun News Network, mornings 6 AM to 8 AM). The topic: a ten minute short historical “tutorial” about the “deal with the devil” made in 1993 by the office of Ontario’s then Attorney General – militant feminist Marion Boyd – and sex slaying manslaughter convict Karla Homolka.

The video was produced by McKeever to provide context for Freedom Party of Ontario’s 1994 Gordon Domm Dinner (Domm, a retired OPP officer, violated a court publication ban in the Homolka case by sharing US and British news stories with Canadians…the news reports suggested Homolka played an active part, and was an eager participant, in the sexual abuse and deaths of Kristen French, Leslie Mahaffy, and her own sister Tammy Lyn Homolka), in connection with Freedom Party of Ontario’s 2013 archival release of the video from that dinner (it appears in the Gordon Domm video, available at: However, for those not interested in seeing the Gordon Domm dinner footage, McKeever released his historical video as a stand-alone video titled “Helpless Homolka: How Justice was Battered by Feminist Censorship”, available here: Continue reading »

Mar 302013

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This short feature was researched and produced by Paul McKeever to set the context for a video presentation of Freedom Party of Ontario’s December 3, 1994 Gordon Domm dinner, which featured the retired OPP officer and publication ban-breaker Gordon Domm as a speaker, along with speakers Robert Metz (President, Freedom Party of Ontario) and publisher David Helwig. The full video, with the dinner, is available on Freedom Party of Ontario’s youtube channel at:

Watch, and see how radical leftist, feminist ideology was used to characterize Karla Homolka’s criminal activities as the act of a helpless victim of battered wife’s syndrome. Learn how a publication ban helped cover-up radical feminist attorney general Marion Boyd’s so-called “deal with the devil” until after the election of 1995. Continue reading »

Jun 022012

Freedom Party of Ontario


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Sunday Marks 20th Anniversary of Sunday Shopping in Ontario

Freedom Party of Ontario releases online historical archive of the 85 year ban

June 2, 2012 Toronto – Tomorrow, Sunday June 3, 2012, marks the twentieth anniversary of the defeat of the 85 year ban on Sunday shopping. Twenty years ago tomorrow, then-Premier Bob Rae announced that the ban was being repealed, effective immediately. Continue reading »

Sep 072011


This election commercial was aired on Sun News Network during the Ontario general election of 2011 to promote the party’s 2011 election plank: Eliminate Dalton McGuinty’s Pesticide Ban.

Transcript: “In 2009, Ontario’s Liberal government banned lawn and garden pesticides. [Dalton McGuinty]: ‘We’re gonna ban the sale of those cosmetic pesticides.’ The McGuinty government says you don’t need pesticides. We think Ontario doesn’t need pests. A Freedom government will eliminate the pesticide ban. Ontario will have beautiful lawns and gardens again. Freedom Party.” Continue reading »

Sep 072011


This election commercial was aired on Sun News Network during the Ontario general election of 2011 to promote the party’s 2011 election plank: Cancel the 2012 Ban on Incandescent Light Bulbs.

Transcript: “Dalton McGuinty’s Liberals want to ban the incandescent bulb in 2012. Tim Hudak’s Progressive Conservatives have wanted them banned since 2007. Ontario has no shortage of electricity. A Freedom government will not ban the incandescent bulb. Switch-on to Freedom Party.” Continue reading »

Sep 072011

During the 2011 election, Freedom Party of Ontario released its election platform one plank at a time, beginning October 12, 2010 (Affordable Electricity). The 18th and final plank (Separating Public Schools and Organized Religious Practice) was released on August 2, 2011. Each plank was announced with a media release, and each plank release was accompanied by the release of a pre-election commercial that was viewable only on the web. Each plank release was also accompanied by an audio recording, available only on the web, of Freedom Party leader Paul McKeever reading the plank for the voter’s convenience. Freedom Party maintained a 2011 Election Platform web page. As each plank was released, a link to the plank was added to the Platform page. On September 7, 2011 – the day that the election writ was dropped for the 2011 Ontario provincial election – Freedom Party released its 2011 election platform as the world’s first-ever election platform audiobook.

HTML (web) version:
AUDIOBOOK version:

Sep 072011


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 »