It is rare to see people in Politics have genuine conversations with those in the community. The reason for this is simple: politicians are afraid of saying the wrong thing or exposing their true point of view on a given topic. An example of this was in the recent Provincial election when Ford pulled his candidates from local debates as not to compromise the party’s assumed lead. I prefer to take a different approach. I want the community to know exactly who I am and how I think through a variety of complex issues with consultation from experts on those topics. Below you will find examples of long-from conversations I’ve had publicly with other community leaders.

Ontario Hospitals with Dr.Andrew Appleton

Dr.Andrew Appleton is and Internal Medicine Specialist focusing on Metabolic Disorders and the head of the COVID-19 unit at University Hospital.

The Housing Market with Justin Konikow

Justin Konikow is the owner of Prime Real Estate and the Prime Media Company in London, Ontario

Charter Rights and Freedoms with Phil Millar

Phil Millar is a former Canadian Special Forces Sniper and owner of Millar’s Law, a defense firm that has 3 locations across Canada.

The State of COVID-19 with Dr.Appleton

Dr.Andrew Appleton is the Head of the COVID-19 unit at University Hospital in London, Ontario


Similar to my approach with having open conversations, I find writing to be critical for properly organizing my thinking. Again, you are unlikely to find people in politics willing to risk their genuine thoughts and feelings being open to criticism. But if we can’t get to know potential leaders, how can we vote them into office with confidence? Below are pieces I’ve written regarding my thoughts on various complex political issues.

Fed Report #006

Welcome to this week’s edition of the Fed Report. Today we cover: Tragedy in China The first story in this week’s report is international news. After locking citizens in a building that eventually set fire, killing several people, Chinese citizens are now revolting against the CCP-led government. Without a hint of irony, Justin Trudeau made … Continue reading Fed Report #006

The Fed Report #005

Welcome to this week’s edition of the Fed-Report. In this issue we cover: Internet Censorship Bill Updates Heritage Minister Pablo Rodriquez begged the Senate to press forward with the internet censorship bill (C-11). In a late-night meeting, the Senate added no less than 100 separate amendments to the controversial and disorganized bill, which extends into … Continue reading The Fed Report #005

Fed Report #004

Hello, everyone, and welcome to the fourth edition of the Fed-Report. This week, we cover the following topics. The viral ‘Triple Threat’ There is a media storm behind the growing number of infectious disease hospitalizations (RSV, Influenza, and COVID) in Ontario, including in Pediatric wards. At first glance, this is a very troubling situation. News … Continue reading Fed Report #004

Fed Report #003

Welcome to the third edition of the Fed Report. Today I will cover the below topics. Freeland Shows Canadians How to Save $14 a month Most of you have likely viewed the circulating video of a socially disconnected Chrystia Freeland. Our Deputy PM and Finance Minister suggested that Canadians struggling to pay the bills can … Continue reading Fed Report #003

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