KRPPCA Chief Executive Officer
The son of Portuguese and Belgian immigrant parents, Daniel was born in 1977 in Ft. McMurray, Alberta. Daniel has lived in Alberta, British Columbia, Ontario and Quebec. Over ten summers, Daniel planted about one million trees in remote parts of Canada. This helped fund three university degrees in chemical engineering and trips to more than twenty countries. Daniel has a PhD and specializes in high-temperature metallurgical process development. He has resided in Kingston for about eight years.
Daniel is an original PPC member and champions the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms. He is hopeful that the PPC will bring back government “founded upon principles that recognize the supremacy of God and the rule of law”. Daniel longs to see Canadians lobby the government en masse to put an end to central economic planning and unsound money. Daniel would like Canada to be a free-market country again with sound money and market interest rates. A country that does not allow its government to have a monopoly over money. A country that makes its government’s primary service as the enforcer of contracts via a bottoms-up appeals court system.
KRPPCA Chief Financial Officer
Born in 1965 in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Robert is a proud descendant of one of the founding families of Port Royal, Acadia. He attended post-secondary education in Belleville, Ontario, and has lived in Ontario since 1985. With two college diplomas, Television Broadcasting & Information Technology, he has worked in various industries, as well as a former business owner. Robert was married for 21 years, and raised four children in Morrisburg, Ontario, and is the proud grandfather of ten grandchildren. Robert now calls Brockville, Ontario home, where he is currently employed as a financial coordinator. Responsible for reporting financials to board of directors, and quarterly reports to the province of Ontario, Robert handles all aspects of business accounting, international banking, and third-party audits twice yearly.
A lifelong libertarian, Robert chose to join the PPC as Canada’s only viable choice to challenge the ever- increasing overreach of government, and their socialist agenda. A strong proponent of civil liberties, he believes that socialist governments have taken advantage of every crisis to quash individual rights and freedoms in the name of public safety! It is time to make a stand as Canadians who respect and honour the sacrifices made by our forbearers to ensure our freedom and prosperity in the greatest country in the world.
Being the youngest child of a dedicated naval officer, having grown up on numerous bases around Canada gave me a unique perspective on our national diversity. I have spent many years as a frontline worker in the public educational and correctional sectors as well as being an ardent advocate for local, provincial and federal Lyme disease patient groups. After years of having to learn the political ins and outs of our public school, rehabilitation and medical systems to help implement meaningful change. I have found it essential to stand up and be part of a formal governing political party. It is my hope that I can be part of changing the current dysfunctional three-main-party allegiance first system and bring about a better, voter-influenced government.
Riding Director for Kingston & the Islands
Janine is a mother of three adult children. Janine is the owner of a radio-frequency health & beauty business that she operates from home. Previously held roles include: (i) Case Manager in brain injury; (ii) Director of a non-profit that provides medical and legal advocacy; and (iii) Financial Advisor and Volunteer and Social Recreation Coordinator in an agency in Toronto that services Senior’s with mental health issues. Janine is passionate about individual rights and freedoms and is a strong advocate for natural healthcare. Janine became a member and Director in the PPC after witnessing the complete erosion of our civil liberties and informed medical consent over the past two years. It is Janine’s deepest wish that the Canadian public will begin to insist that their government, health ministers and media cease the suppression of a healthy scientific and medical debate regarding the genuine risks and benefits to the response to Covid-19, the validity of the PCR test, and the genuine risks of the experimental MRNA gene therapy that is being presented as a safe vaccine.
Riding Director for Leeds-Grenville-Rideau Lakes-Thousand Islands
Born and raised in the UK (most of which under a socialist Government) many years of experience in manufacturing. Having had run many businesses in this field and created of them several. In the 90’s changed direction moved into electronics earned a Beng honors in Mirco electronics computing and software worked in the industry working for such companies as Marconi. Moved to Canada in 2002 started another business. In 2006 moved to the USA running my own construction repair business before returning to Canada in 2008 continued running the US business remotely until 2012 while creating and running a similar business simultaneously in Canada until 2016 when retired.
Riding Director for Lanark-Frontenac-Kingston
Steve Morrison is a retired French and Phys Ed teacher with a passion for sports and learning. Steve is fully bilingual and is a product of the inaugural French immersion program in Ottawa in the 1970’s. Steve has coached many sports over the course of his career both at school and for his children (community). Steve brings passion to anything that he sets his mind on and now that mind has turned towards politics. With all of the ethics breaches of the globalist parties, Steve has turned his attention to Maxime Bernier and the PPC!