FAIRNESS FOR ALBERTANS, ALWAYS
MY BODY MY CHOICE -
We must not force people to take the vaccine.
We believe in the freedom of choice.
Everybody must be free to decide if they want the vaccine or not with INFORMED consent.
HAVE YOU HEARD...?
DID YOU KNOW...?
We think so too!
Can you imagine a federal politician being 'ACCUSED' of putting the country's needs first?
...given the chance to support the best thing that's happened for Alberta since Confederation?
The Principles of THE PEOPLE'S PARTY of CANADA returns the
POWER TO THE PEOPLE.
DEMOCRACY that many have fought and died for and its foundation for
Peace and Prosperity.
I FIGHT FOR DEMOCRACY
I fight for freedom.
If you're not fighting for freedom, why.. are.. you.. fighting?
... climate alarmist made an impassioned speech to the UN about fears of a climate emergency, some 500 scientists sent a registered letter to the UN Secretary - General stating that
THERE IS NO CLIMATE EMERGENCY
Water Vapor (H2O)
Carbon Dioxide (CO2)
Nitrous Oxide (N2O)
Our 'fab four' politicians are using the terms Global Warming, Climate Change and CO2 Emissions and Pollution interchangeably.
Yet, they're not the same.
CO2 IS NOT A POLLUTANT!'
Carbon Dioxide (CO2) is a necessary green house gas. Plants use CO2 to produce sugars and starches, known as carbohydrates.
A process called photosynthesis.
CO2 in the atmosphere captures heat radiated from Earth's surface.
CO2 keeps the planet warm enough for all life forms to survive.
Talking to my constituents, it is clear that many can not differentiate Carbon Monoxide from Carbon Dioxide. Most believe..." it's that exhaust stuff from cars, right? "
Not knowing is going to
COST ALBERTA EVERYTHING !
WITHDRAW FROM THE PARIS ACCORD
THE PEOPLE'S PARTY OF CANADA
honors science over consensus and
STAND UP FOR ALBERTANS !
Stop illegitimate 'refugees' at the border.
Prioritize skilled immigrants.
Withdraw from the United Nations Global Compact for Migration
ALBERTA'S ONLY PROGRESSIVE VOTE
No Vaccine Mandates- My Body My Choice
Get Pipelines Approved & Repeal the Carbon Tax
Make Equalization Fair for Albertans
Abolish Interprovincial Trade Barriers
Repeal Bills C-48 and C-69
and so much more
We honor your "No Flyers" signs. Contact us and Brigitte will stop by to meet you and your neighbors and friends!
St Albert- Edmonton
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PPC St Albert - Edmonton has enjoyed our series of guest speakers on serious topics. Servus Place has decided to stop our bookings citing t...
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St. Albert - Edmonton
Person's Day in Canada recalls the year 1929 when the legal definition of 'persons' by Canada's highest court of appeal gave women the right to be appointed to the Senate of Canada and paved the way for women's participation in public and political life.
"...After five weeks of debate, the Supreme Court decided that the word “person” did not include women.
Although shocked by the Court’s decision, the Famous Five did not give up the fight and took their case to the Judicial Committee of the Privy Council of Great Britain in London, which was then Canada’s highest court of appeal..."
Brigitte is a St Albert resident of more than 25 years and mother of adult children with children of their own. Brigitte Cecelia is a certified triathlon and competitive swimming coach and a jeweller by trade and employed as management. With 23 years teaching experience as a home educator, Ms. Cecelia relishes her independence.
An extrovert with ample life experience, Brigitte is energized by being around people. She is a triple citizen having been born of Dutch parents in the country of New Zealand.
Enjoying the benefits of 3 complementary employments- with the City of Edmonton, as a jeweller for a Canadian Company, and as management for a large retailer, Brigitte also sits on 2 boards and continues to volunteer in her community of choice.