Courageous & Outspoken
As I traversed the Ottawa Centre riding in early April to collect nomination signatures, I was struck by voters' overall discontent with M.P.P. Yasir Naqvi. Constituents even referred to him as an "absentee M.P.P." and "out of touch". But beneath Naqvi's veneer of general apathy and ineptness lies a more sinister pattern of Soviet-style abuse of authority;
Paul Fromm grew up in central Etobicoke. He attended High Power High School and served a term as a school trustee. With a B.A., M.A., and B.Ed., Mr. Fromm was an English instructor for25 years. Since 1997, he has been the director of the Canadian Association for Free Expression, Canada's foremost free speech advocacy group.
I am running in this election in hopes to bring a change to our government. One voice CAN make a difference when it is the only one being heard. I want to be the voice of the people; the voice that has been forgotten or ignored. If and when elected, my goals are to work with members of the community hand in hand, to hear their needs and concerns and work diligently to rectify them. Change doesn't take just time, it takes Action. Act now and make the best choice, the Canadians' Choice.
EVERY ONTARIAN SHOULD ASK THEMSELVES: AM I OR MY FAMILY, BETTER OFF THAN FOUR YEARS AGO? WHAT HAS MY MPP DONE FOR ME LATELY? So why do Ontarians choose to stay in this abusive relationship? Is it because they: Fear their abusive Government? See no way out? Are attached to their abuser? Economically depend on their abuser? Cling to the hope that one day the situation becomes acceptable, if not satisfactory?
The 2018 Ontario General Election will officially starts tomorrow and the nomination for those who wish to put their name on the ballot will close on May 17, @ 2:00 p.m. Those who wish to run, and/or rejected by the three mainstream Parties, have an opportunity to represent their constituents under the flag of the Canadians’ Choice Party. Independent thinkers, politically savvy activists, and doers, are invited to run as candidates in the 124 Electoral Districts across Ontario.