Six Nations man named candidate for People’s Party of Canada

BRANTFORD — The Brantford-Brant People’s Party of Canada has named a Six Nations man as candidate for the riding in the upcoming election.

Cole Squire was named candidate by PPC officials on June 29 and will represent the party in the upcoming election.

“I am very proud to be acclaimed to represent Maxime Bernier’s People’s Party of Canada in the riding of Brantford-Brant. Maxime’s voice and message represent the opinions and perspectives of thousands of Canadians across the country who feel like the establishment political parties have ignored them in favor of identity politics, pandering, and globalist ideologies. We will put Canada first and be staunch defenders of our God-given and constitutional rights and freedoms. I am excited to stand with Maxime Bernier and our growing team of PPC Candidates across the country,” said Squire

Paul Maletta, CEO of the PPC Association for Brantford-Brant says, “I am very excited to begin working with Cole Squire as our PPC candidate for Brantford-Brant. Cole Squire is an authentic Canadian and an excellent representative for the citizens across Brantford-Brant. I am excited to start campaigning immediately, working with Cole Squire to spread our message of individual freedom, fairness, personal responsibility, and respect across Brantford-Brant.”

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  1. Congratulation on your nomination. Although not in your riding I wish you the best and hopefully many more will come and run as PPC candidates. I agree that the PPC represents the voice of many Canadians. If any good has come of this plandemic/scandemic/pandemic (call it what you want) it is that the PPC has gained much momentum. Hoping it is enough to get into power and if not into power than as the opposition to the minority government. Good luck

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