A political leader was in Lethbridge on Sunday to speak and listen to community members’ concerns with the current government and share his party’s goals if an election was to be called in October.
The leader of the People’s Party of Canada, Maxime Bernier was in Lethbridge on Sunday meeting with southern Albertans to hear their concerns about current issues they have with the Liberal government and changes he hopes to make if elected.
A major point Bernier touched on and heard from his supporters about was the COVID-19 lockdowns that much of Canada has seen over the past 17 months.
Several dozen supporters gathered near Henderson Lake to share their thoughts and concerns. Bernier adds if an election is to be called in October, him and his team are ready to lead Canada.
Lethbridge PPC riding candidate, Kimmie Hovan, says her goal is to bring awareness of the party to Lethbridge.
In 2018, Bernier left the Conservative Party of Canada to sit as an independent MP and announced the launch of the PPC party. Bernier says both the Liberals and Conservatives can’t be trusted.
Following his time in Lethbridge, Bernier also made stops in both Taber and Medicine Hat on Sunday.