Where do conservatives in Canada turn?

Where do conservatives in Canada turn?

Where do conservatives in Canada turn?

Conservative voters in Canada may be looking outside their own party for a candidate they can relate to during an upcoming election.

Canadian Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau has called for a federal election on September 20. He doesn't have a majority government but is hoping to use the election to change that. Jack Fonseca, a spokesman for Campaign Life Coalition, explains why he takes a dim view of the Trudeau regime.

"He is rabidly pro-LGBT, anti-family, anti-parental rights," Fonseca begins. "He has not only used the federal purse and Canadian taxpayer dollars to advance abortion in Canada, but he is on track to spend $1.4 billion of taxpayer money to finance and promote abortion throughout Africa."

The PM also has marched in "gay pride" parades and narrowly failed to pass a proposed law that would punish parents if they try to help children who wish to leave the homosexual or transgender lifestyle.

Fonseca points out that Conservative Party leader Erin O'Toole – described in a recent CLC newsletter as "pro-abortion, pro-LGBTQ" – is drawing low numbers in polls. But he tells AFN that Independent Derek Sloan is attracting large crowds as he tries to garner support. The Independent candidate, says Fonseca, is strongly pro-life.

"He is campaigning on our values on freedom of speech, to even speak out against the totalitarian lockdowns, vaccine passports, and this whole global-reset, communist/globalist agenda," he shares.

In fact, Sloan – who was one of leaders in the Conservative Party until earlier this year – announced in July he will create his own federal party that will be "explicitly pro-life," according to LifeSiteNews. "… Abortion will not be a neutral idea in the party," he added.

Consequently, Fonseca contends September 20 is a good chance for Independents to vote in someone who respects life and pro-family values.