Mark Friesen, a PPC candidate influential in creating the prairie COVID-conspiracy movement is now intubated in an intensive care hospital battling COVID.
The rally in Toronto’s Maple Leaf Square shows that just because the Canadian election is over, large anti-vaccine and anti-lockdown rallies aren’t going anywhere.
After Maxime Bernier sent out the contact info of journalists and told his followers to "play dirty," the information was reposted by white nationalists and the journalists were set upon by 4chan trolls.
Some supporters have taken the “black pill” and believe the election was rigged against them because they won nothing.
Erin O’Toole has a decent shot of being Canada’s new prime minister next week. But a move towards the centre could cost him voters to the right.
The anti-ejaculation candidate is running for the People's Party of Canada, the anti-vax, anti-climate science, anti-immigration party that is somehow gaining steam in the polls.
Marc Emery, who is running in the fringe right-wing People's Party of Canada, tweeted the comment Monday and said he deleted it at the request of party leader Maxime Bernier.
While it’s unlikely Maxime Bernier’s People’s Party of Canada will win a seat, its polling numbers are up—even as anti-mask leaders call it opportunist.
Election filings show the right-wing party's financial backers include one senator, a number of CEOs, and a prominent member of one of Canada's richest families.
The Alsoufis say their Antifa-supporting son was doxed and threatened after protesting a Maxime Bernier rally in Ontario.
Justin Trudeau took the expected hits, but Jagmeet Singh may have left the biggest impression.
Despite being a non-factor at the polls, Maxime Bernier's People's Party is being treated credibly by mainstream media and the Leaders' Debates Commission.