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RENSEIGNEMENTS POUR :

DÉLÉGUÉ(E)S

Délégué(e)s : Les délégué(e)s confirmés(es) auront pleinement accès à l’ensemble du Congrès. Ils et elles pourront voter et participer aux débats sur la constitution et les politiques.

Fais-je partie des délégué(e)s? Les délégué(e)s auront reçu un courriel confirmant leur statut pour le Congrès. Si vous n’avez pas reçu d’avis, veuillez consulter votre dossier de pourriels.

Comment accéder au Congrès? Delegates will be sent a Zoom link to participate each morning of the Convention. Our team will be on stand by and ready to assist anyone who needs help. You can communiquant avec nous ici ou nous appeler au 1-866-808-8407.

Je ne souhaite plus être délégué(e) :  Si vous ne souhaitez plus être délégué(e), vous avez jusqu’au 10 mars pour vous retirer de votre rôle de délégué(e). Veuillez communiquer avec le Bureau national de service au 1-866-808-8407.

DÉLÉGUÉ(E)S REMPLAÇANT(E)S

DÉLÉGUÉ(E)S REMPLAÇANT(E)S: Les candidat(e)s au titre de délégué(e)s qui n’ont pas réussi à devenir délégué(e)s seront les bienvenus au Congrès à titre de délégué(s) remplaçant(e)s. Ils n’auront accès qu’à la vidéo le jeudi et le vendredi, mais pourront poser des questions et discuter le samedi. Les délégué(e)s remplaçant(e)s ne pourront pas voter.

Suis-je délégué(e) remplaçant(e)? Les délégué(e)s remplaçant(e)s auront reçu un courriel confirmant leur statut pour le Congrès. Si vous n’avez pas réussi à devenir délégué(e), nous sommes heureux de vous accueillir au Congrès à titre de délégué(e) remplaçant(e). Avant le Congrès, si un(e) délégué(e) retire son nom, un(e) délégué(e) remplaçant(e) sera nommé(e) à sa place. Vous pouvez également demander un remboursement complet de vos frais d’inscription en communiquant avec nous ici ou nous appeler au 1-866-808-8407. Si vous n’avez pas reçu d’avis au sujet de votre statut, veuillez consulter votre dossier de pourriels.

Comment accéder au Congrès? Alternate Delegates will be sent a Zoom link to participate each morning of the Convention. Our team will be on stand by and ready to assist anyone who needs help. You can communiquant avec nous ici ou nous appeler au 1-866-808-8407.

Je ne souhaite plus être délégué(e) remplaçant(e) :Si vous ne souhaitez plus être délégué(e) remplaçant(e), nous sommes heureux de vous offrir le remboursement complet de vos frais d’inscription. communiquant avec nous ici ou nous appeler au 1-866-808-8407. Par ailleurs, nous offrons à nos délégué(e)s remplaçant(e)s plusieurs options pour faciliter leur participation. Pour en savoir plus, cliquez ici..

MEMBRES OBSERVATEURS

Délégué(e)s remplaçant(e)s : Ne pourront qu’observer le déroulement du Congrès. Capacité d’interagir et de participer pleinement avec des conférenciers invités pendant la programmation du samedi. Les membres observateurs ne pourront pas voter.

J’ai présenté ma candidature à titre de délégué(e), mais sans succès, et je suis maintenant membre observateur : Nous sommes heureux de vous accueillir à notre Congrès en tant que membre observateur. Toutefois, par courtoisie pour nos candidat(e)s non retenu(e)s, nous vous proposons plusieurs options pour faciliter votre participation. Pour en savoir plus, cliquez ici..

Comment accéder au Congrès? Member Observers will be sent a Zoom link to participate each morning of the Convention. Our team will be on stand by and ready to assist anyone who needs help. You can communiquant avec nous ici ou nous appeler au 1-866-808-8407.

NON-MEMBRES OBSERVATEURS

Non-Member Observers: ne pourront qu’observer le déroulement du Congrès. Les non-membres observateurs ne pourront pas voter.

Comment accéder au Congrès? Non-Member Observers will be sent a Zoom link to participate each morning of the Convention. Our team will be on stand by and ready to assist anyone who needs help. You can communiquant avec nous ici ou nous appeler au 1-866-808-8407.

Envoyez-nous une vidéo qui explique pourquoi vous aimez le Canada et/ou le Parti conservateur et nous la diffuserons lors du Congrès!

60 secondes maximum – veuillez l’envoyer ci-dessous.

Rejoignez-nous lors du premier Congrès virtuel du PCC!

Trousse de soutien virtuel

Tutoriel de la plateforme
L’AGA virtuelle sera hébergée sur le système de conférence Web Zoom. Si vous n’avez pas Zoom, vous pouvez le télécharger ici. Les tutoriels et l’aide en ligne au sujet de Zoom se trouvent ici. Le tutoriel vidéo sur la façon de participer à une réunion sur Zoom est ici.
Coordonnées du service d’assistance
Veuillez appeler au 1-866-808-8407 ou nous contactez ici si vous avez des questions ou si rencontrez un problème.
Guide du webinaire Zoom
Cliquez ici pour consulter le guide du webinaire Zoom.
Guide sur les exigences du système
  • Une connexion à Internet – à large bande avec ou sans fil.
  • Des haut-parleurs et un microphone – intégrés, ou à brancher sur le port USB, ou Bluetooth sans fil.
  • Windows 10, 8 ou 7 – Mac OS X 10.9 ou plus récent.
  • Appareils dotés d’un processeur double cœur et de 4 Go de mémoire vive.

 

Navigateurs recommandés
  • Chrome, Firefox, Safari, Internet Explorer et Microsoft Edge.
  • iOS, appareils Android et BlackBerry.

Jeudi 18 mars

De 15h à 22h

Cérémonie d’ouverture

Rapport du Fonds conservateur

Débat virtuel sur la Constitution

Vendredi 19 mars

De 10 h à 19 h

Débat virtuel sur les politiques

Discours du chef

Réceptions virtuelles

Samedi 20 mars

10 h à 16 h

Formation

Orateurs invités

Prix et hommages

Cérémonies de clôture

Programme complet

À venir

Orateurs

À venir

FAQ ET DOCUMENTS

Le congrès du Parti conservateur du Canada de 2021 est-il annulé?
Non. Nous aurons bel et bien un congrès du Parti conservateur du Canada en 2021. Il se déroulera en ligne. Notre congrès virtuel donnera aux délégué-e-s et aux participant-e-s la possibilité d’établir des liens et d’interagir comme jamais auparavant. Participez à nos débats, à nos votes sur les politiques, aux élections de l’Exécutif national et à d’autres activités stimulantes dans le confort de votre salon.
Y aura-t-il des activités tenues en personne?
Non. En raison de la pandémie, le congrès se déroulera exclusivement en ligne et il n’y aura pas d’activités en présentiel. Nous reprendrons les congrès en personne dès qu’il sera possible de le faire en toute sécurité.
Comment puis-je m’inscrire à la convention virtuelle ?
Allez au https://cpc21.ca/fr et cliquez sur le bouton S’INSCRIRE. Les inscriptions se feront à partir du 4 janvier 2021.
Comment et quand vais-je recevoir mon lien pour participer?
Vous recevrez un lien Zoom pour participer chaque matin au congrès. Notre équipe se tiendra prête à aider toute personne qui en aura besoin. Vous pouvez communiquant avec nous ici ou nous appeler au 1-866-808-840.
Dois-je être membre pour participer et quelles sont les possibilités d’inscription?
Vous n’avez pas besoin d’être membre pour vous inscrire et assister à notre congrès. Nous offrons diverses possibilités d’inscription pour les membres et les non-membres :

Quels sont les modes de paiement acceptés?
You can register online at https://cpc21.ca/fr using your personal VISA, MasterCard or American Express credit card. You can also register by mail using a personal cheque or money order. The full registration fee is eligible for a tax receipt. All registrants will receive a tax receipt for the full registration fee paid, that can be filed as a 2021 federal party contribution. For more information about donations and tax credits, please visit the l'ARC et d’Élections Canada..
Que comprennent mes frais d’inscription?
Les délégués auront un accès complet au congrès virtuel. Les observateurs n’auront qu’un accès visuel, c’est-à-dire que les discussions, les questions-réponses et les interventions pendant les débats ne seront pas disponibles, sauf si vous êtes inscrit en tant que délégué. Les frais d’inscription serviront à couvrir les coûts liés à la mise en ligne de l’événement, à la sécurité, aux plateformes de vote, à l’assistance technique, etc.
Comment puis-je me porter délégué-e au congrès virtuel?
Les candidats délégués devront s’inscrire en ligne entre le 4 et le 15 janvier 2021. S’il y a plus de 10 candidats de votre circonscription, un vote sera organisé pour sélectionner les délégués de votre circonscription. Ces votes auront lieu au plus tard le 28 février 2021. Le règlement intégral est disponible ici. Veuillez contacter votre association de circonscription électorale locale pour plus de détails.
Des enregistrements de la convention seront-ils disponibles après l’événement ?
Le contenu de notre convention virtuelle ne sera accessible qu’aux participants inscrits et les enregistrements ne seront pas disponibles après l’événement. Certains contenus de formation pourraient être disponibles ultérieurement.
Que se passe-t-il si je ne suis pas choisi comme délégué-e?
Vous pouvez vous inscrire à titre de membre observateur. Vous pourrez suivre l’ensemble des activités et des débats du congrès, mais vous ne pourrez pas participer aux débats en tant que tels ni voter sur les propositions de politiques ou les modifications à la constitution. Cette même règle vaut pour les congrès en présentiel. Seuls les délégué-e-s peuvent participer aux débats et aux votes sur les points débattus au congrès.
Comment saurai-je si j’ai été choisi comme délégué-e?
Les personnes choisies comme déléguées pour leur circonscription recevront une confirmation par courriel après le 15 janvier 2021. Si votre circonscription a reçu plus de dix candidatures, les membres de votre ACÉ éliront par courriel les délégué-e-s. Une fois le vote terminé, une liste de délégué-e-s sera diffusée et les confirmations seront envoyées aux personnes choisies.
Comment participer au débat?
Le modérateur annoncera la résolution à débattre et invitera les délégué-e-s à lever la main pour signaler leur volonté d’intervenir sur la plateforme Zoom. Les intervenant-e-s prendront la parole selon le principe du premier arrivé, premier servi. Il y aura alternance entre les personnes « pour » et les personnes « contre ».
Comment pourrons-nous débattre des résolutions sur les politiques et des modifications constitutionnelles dans un format virtuel?
Les délégué-e-s pourront participer virtuellement au débat sur les politiques le 18 mars et au débat sur la constitution le 19 mars. Le débat suivra la procédure habituelle dans un congrès : les délégué-e-s pourront présenter leur position pour ou contre une politique ou une modification de la constitution.
Comment sont choisies les propositions définitives et les modifications qui seront débattues au congrès virtuel?
Quelque trente propositions parmi les plus importantes portant sur la constitution et les politiques et sélectionnées par les membres par l’intermédiaire de leur ACÉ seront présentées au congrès par l’ACÉ qui les parraine. Un représentant élu reconnu de notre caucus donnera alors son point de vue. Le modérateur pourra reconnaître et donner la parole aux délégué-e-s qui souhaitent s’exprimer sur la proposition. Il y aura alternance entre les personnes pour et les personnes contre, pour un maximum de six intervenant-e-s au total – y compris le parrain de la résolution.
Comment puis-je me présenter à un poste au sein de l’Exécutif national?
Les candidatures sont acceptées par courrier électronique et par la poste. Les règles et procédures régissant l’élection de l’Exécutif national et le formulaire de candidature se trouvent ici. La date limite de réception des candidatures est fixée au jeudi 11 février 2021, à 17 h (HE).
Dans quelles langues le congrès sera-t-il diffusé et la traduction simultanée sera-t-elle disponible ?
Le congrès se déroulera en français et en anglais. Nous assurerons une interprétation écrite en temps réel.
Jusqu’à quel âge peut-on profiter du tarif d’inscription réservé aux délégué-e-s des jeunes?
Délégué-e-s des jeunes – Exigence pour profiter du tarif : Article 8.2.6.1 La personne qui a reçu le plus grand nombre de voix à la clôture du vote et qui n’a pas plus de vingt-cinq (25) ans le dernier jour du congrès (20 mars 2021) sera élue à titre de déléguée;

NÉ LE OU APRÈS LE : 20 mars 2007 – (vous pouvez être membre dès l’âge de 14 ans!)

NÉ AVANT LE : 21 MARS 1995 (le 26e anniversaire doit avoir lieu après le congrès).

Si je souhaite intervenir au cours du débat, que dois-je faire pour ma part d’un point de vue technique?
Votre ordinateur devra être muni d’un microphone fonctionnel et celui-ci, de préférence, sera séparé de l’ordinateur pour assurer un son optimal (les écouteurs filaires ou Bluetooth fonctionnent bien). Les vidéos ne seront pas exigées.
Quelle est la procédure de vote?
Le vote pour les politiques, les questions de gouvernance et l’élection des membres de l’Exécutif national se fera en ligne pendant le congrès. Le vote restera ouvert pendant plusieurs heures après chaque séance plénière afin de laisser le temps aux délégué-e-s de voter. Les délégué-e-s recevront un NIP unique pour voter dans la semaine précédant le congrès. Une authentification à deux facteurs sera utilisée pour garantir que le vote est totalement sécurisé. Tous les moyens raisonnables seront pris pour protéger l’intégrité du vote.
Comment pourrons-nous débattre des résolutions sur les politiques et des modifications constitutionnelles dans un format virtuel?
Les propositions sont soumises par l’intermédiaire de votre association de circonscription électorale (ACÉ). Chaque ACÉ est autorisée à soumettre des propositions et à voter sur les propositions en utilisant un compte désigné par association. Veuillez contacter le président ou la présidente de votre ACÉ, le président du Comité des politiques ou le président du Comité des statuts pour vous engager dans ce processus.
Comment les candidat-e-s à l’Exécutif national entrent-ils en contact avec les délégué-e-s?
Les candidat-e-s à un poste au sein de l’Exécutif national pourront entrer en contact avec les délégué-e-s au moyen d’une présentation affichée sur le site Web du congrès du PCC et par courriel, après avoir reçu la liste des délégué-e-s. Les candidat-e-s pourront également s’adresser aux délégué-e-s sur la plateforme virtuelle le premier jour du congrès, si le temps le permet. Les candidat-e-s approuvés par l’Exécutif national recevront la liste des délégué-e-s environ trois semaines avant le congrès.
Comment se déroulera l’élection de l’Exécutif national?
A list of candidates will be posted on the website after they are certified on February 18, 2021. Candidates may communicate with Delegates from the province or territory in which they are seeking election to National Council. The vote will take place by online secret ballot. Each Delegate shall vote for as many Candidates as are electable from his/her province as set out in Section 3 above. This is known as a Multi-Member Plurality System. For more information, please see the règles et procédures pour une élection à l’Exécutif national.

Documents

Élections de l’Exécutif national

Terre-Neuve et Labrador
1 siège à combler

Patrick Hanlon

Although he is under 40, Patrick Hanlon has over 30 years’ experience volunteering with political parties. This includes 20 years’ experience serving on local and national Conservative boards and committees. 

Recently, Patrick was the NL Representative on the Party’s National Policy Committee. Currently, he is the President of his District Association and the NL Representative on the National Constitution Committee. 

As a proud, patriotic Newfoundlander and Labradorian, Patrick is committed to building a strong, local Conservative team and raising NL issues within the Party. To achieve a Conservative Government, he believes we need a commitment to grassroots participation with a wide variety of voices. 

Patrick Hanlon holds a degree in political science and a certificate in Newfoundland studies. Dedicated to service and personal sacrifice, he is active in his Church and various community organizations. Patrick owns and operates a small taxi company with his wife and partner in life, Corina.

 

Judy Manning

Judy Manning practises law at the firm of Manning Bradbury in St. John’s.  Early in her career, she was pleased to hone her advocacy skills through several years of civil litigation experience in Toronto.  Judy is a former Minister of Justice and Public Safety and Attorney General for the Province of Newfoundland and Labrador.  In 2016, she completed a LLM degree in Natural Resources, Energy and Environmental Law at the University of Calgary.  Judy strongly supports access to justice initiatives and has volunteered with the NL Court of Appeal Legal Assistance Clinic since its inception in 2016.  She was delighted to serve on the Leadership Election Organizing Committee which culminated in the election of our Leader, Erin O’Toole, in August 2020.  Her favourite pastime is championing Conservative causes and candidates.  

Île-du-Prince-Édouard
Par acclamation
Ron MacMillan
Nouveau-Brunswick
Par acclamation
Kevin Price
Nouvelle-Écosse
Par acclamation

Robert Batherson

As Nova Scotia’s volunteer representative on National Council since 2016, I have worked hard to be a responsive, accessible and visible representative for Conservative Party of Canada members in our province.  This work means keeping the lines of communication open, sending regular written reports, holding conference calls and in-person meetings with electoral district association (EDA) presidents.  I have also frequently attended EDA board meetings, annual meetings, fundraisers and nomination meetings so that members know who I am, how I work for them and how they can get in touch. 

 

At the National Council table, I have worked together with my colleagues from across Canada to contribute to the good governance of our party.  From securing a national convention in Halifax in 2018 to advancing our interests with the party’s leadership, it has been an honour to be your voice and I would be privileged to continue working for you.

Québec
3 sièges à combler

Valerie Assouline

Matthew Conway

Impliqué depuis 2004 comme militant, bénévole et candidat en 2011 au Parti conservateur du Canada, je suis parfaitement bilingue (français et anglais), le français étant ma langue maternelle.

J’ai un baccalauréat en droit de l’UQÀM ainsi qu’un diplôme en techniques juridiques du Collège O’Sullivan de Montréal, où j’ai reçu la Médaille académique du Gouverneur général pour l’excellence académique en 2005.

À Ottawa, j’ai été l’attaché de presse du président du Conseil du Trésor, Tony Clement. J’ai également été conseiller ainsi que recherchiste auprès de l’honorable sénateur Claude Carignan pendant son mandat de leader du gouvernement au Sénat et je m’occupais des dossiers du Québec pour le ministre du Patrimoine canadien et des Langues officielles, James Moore.

J’ai également dirigé les Affaires francophones pour l’honorable Caroline Mulroney, notamment en concluant un accord avec le Gouvernement du Canada pour le financement conjoint d’une université de langue française à Toronto.

Website: https://matthewconway.ca/

Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/Matthew-Conway-pour-lEx%C3%A9cutif-national-for-National-Council-Qu%C3%A9bec-106880501352001

Twitter: @matthewsconway

 

Jeff Joseph

Jeff was born and raised in Toronto and moved to Montreal in 2002. He has worked in the fields of tax preparation, financial planning, and investments for over 30 years. He has a BA in Economics from (York University) and a Certificate of Accounting (Atkinson College.) He has been an active member of the Conservative Party since 2014 when he also joined the Board of Directors for the EDA in his home riding of Mount Royal and is currently in his third year as President. He has been a Leaders’ Circle and local donor. He worked in senior roles in the Mount Royal campaigns of 2015 and 2019 and will be serving as Co-Chair for the upcoming campaign. He also serves on the Boards of the Israel Bonds New Leadership Group and Centennial Academy. He is married to Randi and is the father of sons Hunter (16) and Cooper (14).  

Emile Mercier

Je suis Émile Mercier. Je suis natif de Sherbrooke, vécu à Montréal et réside à Québec. Je suis père monoparental et très fier conservateur du comté de Beauport-Limoilou.  Je travaille dans le domaine de l’informatique depuis 15 ans, dont 6 ans en cybersécurité.

Je suis un homme de terrain. J’ai parcouru plusieurs régions du Québec en tant que bénévole et conseiller national afin d’apporter mon soutien à plusieurs candidats de Québec, de Montréal et dans les régions.

Je suis proche de mon monde. Je travaille en synergie avec notre équipe du Québec pour obtenir un gouvernement conservateur majoritaire avec la plus grande députation provenant du Québec.

Je sollicite votre appui pour le renouvellement de mon mandat en tant que membre de l’équipe des conseillers nationaux représentant le Québec.

Soyez persuadé que je continuerai à représenter vos intérêts.

https://fb.me/emile.mercier.candidat.qc.executif.national.pcc

Jimmy Yu

Ontario
4 sièges à combler

Pete Aarssen

I am a second generation Canadian of Dutch, Polish and French-Canadian descent. I am a husband of 36 years and a father of 4 children. Together, while raising our family, Shelley and I have lived in 7 communities across southwestern Ontario, both urban and rural. We now live near Sarnia. As a veteran of the Canadian Armed Forces, I understand the value of discipline and character. As a small business owner with 37 years of financial management experience, I understand the value of money and economics. I want to stop the irresponsible economic and unethical plans of the Liberals. Indeed, their decisions and the powers they legislate for themselves threaten countless livelihoods, ignore regional concerns, and disrespect social conservatives. As a National Councillor, I will safeguard grassroots input into our party decisions and work with our leader to increase the confidence of Canadians in the Conservative party of Canada!

Website: https://peteaarssen.ca/

Facebook: https://facebook.com/peteaarssen.CPC

Instagram: https://instagram.com/peteaarssen.CPC

 

Shir Barzilay

Bert Chen

Serving his first term on National Council after being elected at the Halifax Convention, Bert is a member of the Ottawa Centre EDA and has served as a Financial Agent in numerous ridings across Canada.

He currently works for one of Canada’s largest private investment managers as a developer of renewable energy projects.
He has been a Conservative member since the 2006 federal election, and worked in every election since then as a grassroots volunteer.
Bert has been fortunate to have lived and worked in different parts of Canada and internationally as a certified Project Management Professional, and is a proud graduate of the University of Ottawa (Hon. BSocSc, Class of 2011) and Queen’s University (MBA(Fin.), Class of 2018).

My website is: http://bertchen.ca

My Facebook is: www.fb.com/bert.chen

 

Jason Gorel

The Most Financially Experienced Candidate:

  • I have 20+ years of strategic financial experience
  • Only Chartered Professional Accountant (CA/CPA)/Chartered Financial Analyst running

Private Sector Experience as a Financial Executive:

  • Currently a Financial Director for SmartCentres Real Estate, a $10 Billion big box shopping centre landlord
  • Chief Financial Officer & Treasurer for Toronto Community Housing Corporation (2011-2016)

Conservative Grassroots Experience & Understands What it Takes to Win Elections:

  • 10 year involvement with Etobicoke Centre serving positions on multiple occasions as: CFO, Official Agent, Nomination Chair, and Policy Chair.
  • As Policy Chair for Etobicoke Centre, I am proud to highlight that our policy, Policy # 1302 – Organized Crime Additions, is one of the top 30.

A Proud Husband, Father & Son:

  • I am 43 years of age, married, and have two wonderful children;
  • Proud son of an 81 year-old Mother and 85 year-old Father

Twitter: @JasonGorel

https://twitter.com/JasonGorel

Facebook: Jason Gorel for CPC National Council https://www.facebook.com/JasonGorelCPC

Kara Johnson

As CPC National Councillor from 2005-2013 and 2016-2018, Kara’s top priority has always been the member-driven life of this party.

Kara believes that the party members, not any party elite at headquarters or on National Council itself, should decide on their candidates and on party policy. Grassroots policy opinions and candidates (including social conservatives) should not be blocked and especially not screened out.  Her defence of the primacy of local nominations against cancel culture started in 2005 on the National Candidate Selection Committee.

From 2011, Kara chaired the organizing of Regional Policy Meetings across Ontario, fostering greater member engagement and ensuring that members, not the party elite, decided which policies went forward to convention.

She twice chaired the Maple Leaf Awards, the party’s volunteer recognition program.

Kara was elected party Secretary, then Vice-President, during which she was acting President

Montreal-born, Toronto-raised, fluently bilingual, Kara has three university degrees including law.

karajohnson.ca.

https://www.facebook.com/karafornationalcouncil

 

Stewart Kiff

Stewart Kiff is a long-time Conservative Party member who has been active in his local EDA for over 12 years. Outside of politics, Stewart is a successful small business owner and family man. As a fully bilingual francophile, Indigenous Canadian (Metis), and father to three “millennials”, Stewart wants to help our Party reach out to new constituencies. While broadening our Party’s appeal, Stewart believes we must stay true to our values and present a credible alternative to Justin Trudeau’s failed big government Liberal policies.

This is why Stewart supports pro-family policies, limited government spending, strong borders, safe communities, and a principled values-based foreign policy, where Canada stands for freedom and the human rights of persecuted religious minorities abroad. Stewart will be a real voice for grassroots members of our Party and will never compromise on freedom of speech or freedom of conscience, the bulwarks of a free country.

Website: https://www.stewartkiff.ca/

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Stewart.Kiff.CPC/

Email: stewart@kiff.ca

Mary MacNeill

Hello!

My name is Mary MacNeill, and I want your vote!

I believe that National Council needs to be focused on building our party from the grassroots.  Our members need a strong voice and our party needs a cohesive path forward to victory.  We must ensure that our current MP’s are re-elected and we need to add the election success of other ridings, in order to gain a majority.   We can only do that with a strong base.  And that strength comes from strong EDAs who are heard.  As a corporate lawyer and party volunteer, I have necessary skills to make National Council the inclusive, hard working, responsive, team it needs to be.

On a personal level, I am a Lawyer and I live in Toronto with my husband and two children.  I have dedicated countless hours to the conservatives on both the provincial and federal level.  I also volunteer my time with local community initiatives.

Your vote is your voice!  Vote MacNeill and be heard!

https://www.facebook.com/Mary-MacNeill-for-National-Council-306555913472530

 

Matthijs van Gaalen

Matthijs is the current Vice President of the Conservative Party of Canada and is seeking his third term on the National Council to build on his legacy of accomplishments for benefit of the Conservative Party and its members.

With a possible snap election on the horizon, with COVID changing that way we interact with our members and voters, with National Council seeing a record turnover, we need Matthijs’ experienced, trusted and competent leadership on the National Council.

A busy family man, successful lawyer, and long-time activist for conservative politics in Canada, Matthijs has demonstrated his dedication to the Conservative Party of Canada. Being a loving father and husband are Matthijs’ top priorities, followed closely by working hard to build a better country for the next generation of Canadians. Matthijs has volunteered and dedicated countless hours of his time to our party, its policies and candidates for more than a decade.

Website: www.votemvg.ca

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/matthijsjjvangaalen

Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/matthijsvangaalen/

Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/vangaalenm

 

Michael Wilson

Bruce Yu

Bruce is an experienced student leader and a proud conservative.

He presently serves as the Chief Communications Officer for the Federation of Canadian Secondary Students, a registered Canadian charity.

Bruce has been following politics since he was 8 years old and has been an active member of the Conservative Party since age 14. Bruce currently sits on the Newmarket-Aurora EDA Board of Directors, where he concurrently chairs the youth engagement committee.

Bruce volunteered for Lois Brown in the 2019 federal election and worked with the Erin O’Toole campaign as a riding captain in the 2020 Conservative leadership race, helping with campaign strategy, voter outreach, volunteer recruitment and GOTV initiatives.

In addition, Bruce has been interviewed on several occasions by major media outlets including CBC and the Hill Times for his take on politics, foreign affairs and student issues. Bruce is also fluently trilingual in English, French and Mandarin.

https://www.bruce2021.com

https://www.facebook.com/BruceYuforNationalCouncil

Manitoba
1 siège à combler

Stephen Barber

A record of service to the Party and to his community. Education in Finance, Economics, and Law. Stephen brings an abundance of skills, experience, and education to the table, which he wants to use in strengthening the governance of our Party so that we can elect principled, Conservative Members of Parliament and form the next Government in Canada. 

In the community, Stephen served as Treasurer at his Church and at Westdale Community Club. Politically, Stephen has served Manitoba’s Conservatives on the National Constitution Committee for the past 4 years, travelling the province to meet with fellow conservatives. He has simultaneously served as President of the Conservative Club of Winnipeg, bringing together and connecting conservatives.

During Covid, Stephen has continued his service while also marrying Emma, and adopting a westie puppy whom they have named Wallace Hammerpaw. “Wally” has so far mastered the art of “hiding” in the pantry.

Website: www.stephenbarber.ca

Saskatchewan
1 siège à combler

Tom Harrison

Tom was born and raised on a farm near Quill Lake, SK. After graduating from the University of Saskatchewan and Kelsey Institute, he began a 37-year career with the Government of Saskatchewan. During this time, he lived in 10 communities and worked as a Conservation Officer, Park Superintendent and retired as a Senior Official in the Ministry of Environment.

As a lifelong Conservative, Tom has been actively involved in politics starting with the 2002 Alliance Party leadership campaign for Stephen Harper. Since then, Tom has been involved in every provincial and federal election, helping his son, Jeremy, win the DMCR riding in 2004 and managing the successful campaign for Gary Vidal in 2019 in DMCR. Tom is serving his second term as a Councillor for the City of Meadow Lake and is the Vice President of the DMCR EDA Board.

Tom believes in a strong and united Conservative Party that understands and supports Saskatchewan values and economic interests. Tom will bring a lifetime of experience, a wealth of knowledge, and an opened-minded, common sense-based approach to the National Council.

 

Colette Stang

Colette Stang is a National Council candidate for the Province of Saskatchewan.

Colette and her husband Robert live on their farm just East of Macklin in rural Saskatchewan.

Her roots run deep in the province of Saskatchewan, just as her commitment to the Conservative Party of Canada does.

Colette is an active volunteer who has helped in many political campaigns and currently serves as the riding President for Battlefords-Lloydminster.

Her strong conviction to make this province and country a better place for families led to her involvement in Conservative politics and now to her National Council candidacy.

She is honoured to have the support and endorsement of Sam Magnus, a former Saskatchewan National Councillor:

“What impresses me the most about Colette is her big picture view of the Conservative Party and her ability to make good decisions!”

And, more importantly, she hopes to have your support as well.

Alberta
2 sièges à combler

Pam Davidson

My name is Pam Davidson, I live with my husband and four children on a farm in the Red Deer area. I am a wife, mother, political volunteer, and enthusiast.

Living on a farm has given me a very wide range of experiences that are not only unique, but essential in representing the thousands of Canadian workers who are the backbone of the Canadian agriculture sector. I am a staunch advocate for property rights, freedom of speech and responsible spending.

I have been a main organizer in the annual Central Alberta Mayors Prayer Breakfast. Going off that momentum, I was honoured to host and organize the first annual Premiers Prayer Breakfast 2019.

As an active member in my local EDA, I was chair of the nomination committee for the provincial riding of Innisfail- Sylvan Lake. I’ve been involved in multiple nomination campaigns, where my integrity has been paramount.

My website is www.pamdavidson.ca

 

Steven Dollansky

Steven has been a party volunteer since moving to Edmonton more than 15 years ago.  He has been a key organizer of Conservative events for many years including the Northern Alberta Summer BBQs, Pan Alberta Presidents’ Meetings, Alberta Congresses and the Edmonton Leaders’ Debate.

Steven has been a National Councillor for Alberta since 2016.  During that time he has served as the chair of the National Candidate Selection Committee where he has pursued reforms to improve accountability and fairness.  He has been a vocal advocate for Alberta members and EDAs.

Steven is a lawyer at McLennan Ross LLP’s where he practices as a litigator with specializations in labour/employment law and political/elections law.  He was part of Alberta’s legal team that argued against the federal imposition of a carbon tax.

Steven, his wife, and their son live in southwest Edmonton.  He is a long-suffering Oilers fan who enjoys spending time outdoors.

 

Gord Elliott

Justin Trudeau is destroying Canada and we, the Members of the Conservative Party of Canada, are the only ones who can stop him.

We need National Councillors with the skills, the life experience, and the time to help our party wins a majority government in the next election.

I am a Professional Engineer with an MBA. I worked for 26 years and am retired.

I have been a grassroots conservative for 27 years, an EDA Director for 20 terms, an EDA Delegate to all 7 national conventions, and an Alberta National Councillor for 3 terms.

If you, the Alberta Delegates, elect me to represent you as a National Councillor, I will run to be party President to make sure Alberta viewpoints are advocated.

I have the skills, the life experience, and the time to help our party win a majority government in the next election. Please vote for me.

www.gordelliott.ca

 

Amber Ruddy

Amber Ruddy is a conservative volunteer and strategist who has spent her career fighting for small-c conservative ideas and values.

She has worked for a federal Conservative cabinet minister, a provincial politician, and in non-partisan positions at the Canadian Federation of Independent Business and the Canadian Taxpayers’ Federation.

Amber has knocked on thousands of doors, served on electoral district associations, and helped get Conservatives elected. She is an active member of the Calgary Centre board, where the team turned the riding blue.

Amber is a Director, Western Canada with Counsel Public Affairs. She has a decade of experience in business advocacy at the federal, provincial, and municipal levels.

With her experience and work ethic Amber hopes to earn your support to be an Alberta national councillor where she will be a strong voice for grassroots members.

amberforalberta.ca

facebook.com/amb.ruddy 

twitter.com/aruddy 

linkedin.com/in/amberruddy/

 

Cynthia Williams

I have been a proud member of the Conservative movement in Alberta since my post-secondary years, and an active volunteer ever since, loving every minute of the work.

I Co-chaired a provincial convention, organized a policy conference and numerous fundraisers, worked on policy submissions, entered data, and knocked on too many doors to count. I was a delegate to the last Conservative Convention and contributed actively to the Policy and Constitution processes. I currently serve on the Boards of Calgary Signal Hill and Calgary Nose Hill.

In the last election, I worked in my home riding of Calgary Signal Hill, and campaigned in Nose Hill and Centre. I helped coordinate a group to door-knock Kootenay Columbia.

Professionally, I have been a Video Producer, Scriptwriter and Marketing Strategist for over 20 years. I have always been ahead of the curve in implementing new digital technology.

Thank you for considering my candidacy.

www.cynthiawilliams.ca

Debra Janzen

Debra is a born and raised Albertan, working as a Litigation Paralegal in a law firm handling aboriginal files.  She has been an active member of the CPC since the Party was formed.  Debra was living in Nova Scotia at the time of the merger and had the tremendous opportunity of being Founding President of a Nova Scotia riding before returning home to Alberta.  As a Past President, and current Fundraising Chair, she is keenly aware of the issues facing CPC Boards. She has been involved in both Federal and Provincial elections and knows what is needed to elect our Conservative candidates.  Debra enjoys mentoring young Conservatives and works to keep them involved at all levels of the CPC.  Of utmost importance to Debra is volunteers.  She continually works to keep member input to the Party recognized and respected.  This is vital to keep our volunteers engaged, active, and enthusiastic in their EDAs.  Debra will be an experienced voice advocating for Alberta if she is elected to National Council.

Website:  debrafornc.com

Colombie Britanique
2 sièges à combler

Robert Boyd

Robert was a founding member of the Conservative Party of Canada when the former Canadian Alliance and Progressive Conservative parties merged in 2003. He has served in various roles at the local level, including as a two-term president of Vancouver Centre. In 2015 he won a contested nomination in Saanich – Gulf Islands and ran in the election against the Green Leader, Elizabeth May.

He is a staunch advocate of grassroots democracy through active engagement with the membership, with a focus on building EDAs through fair and competitive nomination races.

Robert currently serves as one of two representatives from B.C. on the National Constitution Committee, which facilitates the Party’s constitutional amendment process.

He completed the Mortgage Brokerage in British Columbia course through the Real Estate Division at the University of British Columbia in 2009 and is currently working as a senior residential mortgage underwriter.

www.robertboyd.ca

https://www.facebook.com/RobertBoydforBC

 

Mani Fallon

Mani is a lifelong Conservative with her finger on the pulse of the party in BC.  She is a mother of two from Surrey, BC, a former candidate, Regional Organizer for the party, Regional Advisor for the Honourable Jason Kenney during the Harper government, EDA board member, and volunteer with countless campaigns. She has worked hard to build a network of Conservatives of every stripe and understands how our party can be a voice for all conservatives. She will work with grassroots EDAs to engage current supporters, find new ones, and help win the next election.

In the private sector, Mani manages business development for a private aviation management firm at YVR where she has the flexibility to be available and active as a National Councillor.

Direct communication is her top priority, call or text anytime – 604-716-8041.

For more information about Mani and to find her platform, visit www.manifallon.ca.

Website: www.manifallon.ca

Facebook: www.facebook.com/ManiFallonforBC

Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/mani-fallon-01b0a5a/

 

Larry Gray

As the only councillor running outside of the lower mainland, I have the perspective needed on council to truly represent our values. 

I have a strong plan to empower all British Columbian’s and all members.

We need national councillors who will not disqualify candidates based on their personal views.

We need national councillors who have the courage to stand up to their convictions.

We need national councillors who believe in conscious rights of all Canadians and respect the voting process of the members of the ridings that duly elected candidates to the House of Commons.

I am running to be one of your National Councillors in BC because I have the courage to speak the truth, to stand up for you on National Council and to help win government for our party.

Visit https://www.votelarrygray.ca/ontheissues to review my beliefs.

Vote Larry Gray to stand up for you.

Website: www.larrygray.ca

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/LarryGrayforNationalCouncil

Fritz Radandt

Fritz Radandt just completed eight years as an EDA President in three Tri-Cities swing ridings and currently lives in Port Coquitlam. He was also the winning campaign manager for the closest race in the 2019 election electing Canada’s first Korean MP.  Fritz has a background in Information Technology and has started more than ten businesses in computing, education, publishing, new media and alternative housing development.

There are three primary reasons why Fritz Radandt is the BC National Council candidate that can help the Conservative Party win. He represents the grassroots believing a National Councillor’s job is to bring all of types of Conservatives together into a cohesive whole. He is promoting an innovation agenda to upgrade our information technology to better serve our members, support our boards and engage with our voters. The National Council needs members who understand swing suburban ridings where majorities are won and lost.

https://fritzradandt.ca

https://www.facebook.com/Fritz4NC

https://twitter.com/FritzRadandt

 

Daniel Tidball

Dan is a multigenerational British Columbian, and has lived in Delta, Vancouver and the Okanagan.  Dan received his B.A. from UBC, and lived in Japan where he met his wife, Noriko.  They returned to Canada in 1990, and have one child, Naomi.

Dan worked in import/export/finance conducting business in four continents before resigning from his company to pursue personal passions.

A firm believer in giving back to his community, Dan has served on EDA boards (Treasurer, Membership Secretary, CNC Chair), been a Community Association President, a candidate for federal election (PC 2000), and has volunteered in every federal campaign since 1997 (including Election Day Chair, Campaign Manager, and Campaign Chair).

Dan has been invested into the Sovereign Order of St. John, which seeks to help care for the sick and those in need.  He has always striven to better his community and looks forward to working with other CPC members to build a stronger party.

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