Scarborough–Guildwood by-election

On July 27, 2023 ELECT
The FREEDOM CANDIDATE!  Paul’s qualifications B.A., B.Ed., M.A. Director or the Canadian Association for Free Expression Winner of the “George Orwell Free Speech Award” (1995) Former Educator & Former School Trustee Longtime supporter of the Canadian Wildlife Federation & Ducks

It is time to boot the bootlickers out of Queen’s Park.

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Scarborough–Guildwood Meet Your Candidate Paul Fromm PaulFromm@

Scarborough–Guildwood (CANADA)
Polling Day: July 27, 2023
How to Vote

Electoral District Number: 095
Elections Ontario Info.   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. Last Fall, he lobbied the Ontario Legislature opposing an anti-Christian piece of legislation which would criminalize expressions of opposition to abortion near abortion clinics or abortion providers.    He has lectured on free speech issues across Canada and the U.S. and in Australia, the U.K., Italy and Germany. Mr. Fromm has a nightly radio show devoted to politics and is co-host of “the Trump Phenomenon” on RBN.org.    Our federal and provincial politics are entirely top-down. Leaders make policy and MPPs have to fall into line. We need more independents who owe their allegiance to their constituents whom they regularly consult than to their party leaders. A vital issue for all of Toronto is the costly, debilitating traffic gridlock which is slowly choking traffic. MPPs should be demanding that Ottawa halt the immigration influx which is making traffic grind to a halt in Toronto and Vancouver and which is making housing all but unaffordable for young Canadian families.    Leadership and courage are needed on the part of MPPs to demand that the federal government fund the massive transportation costs to accommodate the people we already have here or stop the influx.      Thanks for voting.
Voters Echo – Paul Fromm’s take on freedom of speech and the Charter of Rights! 09 February 2016

Keeping the Voters Dumb: Brantford Establishment Excludes Smaller Parties for “All Candidates” Debate

Keeping the Voters Dumb: Brantford Establishment Excludes Smaller Parties for “All Candidates” Debate

Excluded candidates cry foul

By Michael-Allan Marion, Brantford Expositor

Some registered provincial election candidates in Brantford-Brant riding are objecting to being excluded from an all-candidates meeting.

A televised debate Monday night organized by the Chamber of Commerce Brantford-Brant and Rogers TV featured Progressive Conservative candidate Will Bouma, Ken Burns of the Green Party, New Democrat Alex Felsky, Libertarian Rob Ferguson and Liberal Ruby Toor.

Shortly before the two-hour debate was to begin at 7 p.m., other candidates — independent Dave Wrobel, John Turmel of the Pauper Party and Leslie Bory of the Canadians’ Choice Party — tried to get into the Rogers building on Harris Avenue but were locked out and told they could not participate. Each had registered as a candidate with the Elections Ontario Brantford-Brant returning office.

Also registered as a candidate is Nicholas Archer of the None of the Above Party.

Wrobel, who is also registered as a Brantford mayoral candidate in the Oct. 22 municipal election, and Turmel, a perennial election candidate, waited for some time outside the door to the building. Wrobel raised on his Facebook page his objections to candidates being excluded.

Chamber of Commerce CEO Charlene Nicholson said that, according to the organization’s rules, the only candidates to be allowed into the debate were those in political parties that have candidates running in a majority of the province’s 127 ridings in the June 7 provincial election.

In an interview, Wrobel disputed the chamber’s rules.

“It’s a clear act of discrimination,” he said.

He pointed out that Burns has not yet filed his papers to be an official candidate but was allowed to be part of the debate. The deadline for candidates to register is 2 p.m. Thursday.

“There is no inclusiveness,” said Wrobel. “The minute you do that you diminish the democratic process.”

Wrobel also criticized the candidates who took part in the debate for not raising objections about others being excluded.

Ferguson raised the issue briefly in his opening address. But the others said nothing.

“It’s wrong for those politicians to show no inclusiveness and let that happen,” said Wrobel.

Although he is registered as a mayoral candidate, Wrobel said he is still making up his mind about seeking the municipality’s top political job.