Aug 232013

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Freedom Party of Ontario president Robert Metz calls into the “London Today” program hosted by Andy Oudman weekday mornings on 1290 AM CJBK (though, in this recording Al Purvin guest-hosts). Justin Trudeau having admitted in recent days to having smoked cannabis even while an elected Member of federal Parliament, the topics included Trudeau’s oath as MP to uphold the law, and the issue of prohibition itself. The issue of suicide is raised in conjunction with that topic, Purvin having denied that an individual has a right to commit suicide by ingesting Drano.

Listen to the entire 26 minute, 28 second discussion (absent commercials). Metz’s call starts at approximately the 11 minute, 41 second mark:

Or listen just to Robert Metz’ call into the show:

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Aug 142012

Freedom Party of Ontario has nominated Freedom Party candidate David Driver in the riding of Kitchener-Waterloo, and Freedom Party candidate Erin Goodwin in the riding of Vaughan, for the Thursday, September 6, 2012 by-elections that will occur in those two ridings (voting information is available from Elections Ontario). “Freedom Party is proud to endorse the candidacy of these exceptional, outgoing individuals” says Freedom Party leader Paul McKeever. “Voters looking for a fiscally-responsible alternative to the largely-indistinguishable Liberals, NDPs, and PCs have a golden opportunity to start Ontario’s recovery by electing David Driver and Erin Goodwin in their respective ridings”. 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 »

Nov 022010

“Safe, clean, and properly operated medical cannabis dispensaries (also known as “compassion clubs”) should be made a recognized part of Ontario’s health care system. So says a 2011 election plank issued today by Freedom Party of Ontario. The plank is being promoted with a new pre-election video ad…” Click here to read the full media release.

Nov 022010


This video was released to promote the party’s 2011 election plank on Safe and Convenient Access: Cannabis Medicine Centres.

Transcript: “Canada’s courts made the medicinal use of cannabis legal over a decade ago. Still, all we hear is this: [Voice of Tim Hudak, Leader of Ontario’s Progressive Conservative Party] “Here’s what I would do as Premier…we close down drug ops”. As a result, police continue to raid medical cannabis dispensaries, as part of an American-style war on cannabis. A Freedom government will make medical cannabis dispensaries a recognized part of Ontario’s health care system. It will be illegal for the police to raid a medical cannabis dispensary. Compassion, from Freedom Party.” Continue reading »

Nov 022010


On November 2, 2010, Paul McKeever gave a speech to cannabis consumers at Vapor Central (a cannabis vapor lounge) 667 Yonge Street Toronto, Ontario M4Y 1Z9 (2nd floor). The subject of the speech was the announcement of Freedom Party of Ontario’s 2011 election plank titled “Safe & Convenient Access: Cannabis Medicine Centres”. This document is the written text he prepared for his speech. Continue reading »