Jody Wilson-Raybould & Jane Philpott To Make Big Announcement On Monday

Their announcements will be made in their respective ridings.

The speculation over what Jody Wilson-Raybould and Jane Philpott will do next will be coming to an end on Monday.

That’s because the two former Liberal cabinet ministers will be making an announcement on their political futures.

Wilson-Raybould will speak from her riding of Vancouver Granville at 9:00 am Pacific Time.

Philpott will speak from her riding of Markham-Stouffville at 12:00 pm Eastern Time.

They both Tweeted about the upcoming announcement:

“Hey #VanGran and beyond… I will be making a community announcement about my political future on Monday, May 27th. I look forward to sharing my next steps with you. 😀 #bcpoli #cdnpoli”

“Many people have asked about my future political plans. On Monday May 27 at 12:30 pm at Reesor’s Farm Market, I’ll be making an announcement to constituents in Markham-Stouffville.”

There is plenty of speculation over what they will decide, whether it’s to join the Green Party, run as independents, or not run at all.

Looks like we’ll all know soon enough.

Spencer Fernando

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don morris

I will bet my loonie they are both going to run for the Green Party. But then I picked Tampa to win the Stanley Cup.


I bet they both plan to start a new party.


Lord, let it be the People’s Party of Canada. These two alongside Mad Max would be great for Canada. You may say that I’m a dreamer . . .


As much as Inwould love the press, these two are solidly leftist. I’m not convinced they would philosophically fit with the PPC. Great integrity, does not mean great ideas.

Elizabeth Thorne

Two less Liberals and that is a very good thing. Soon all the bobbing heads will be out of a job and we can make Canada great again. Let us all try for no Liberal status–they deserve to be gone and we the people deserve so much better than this group of disgraceful, dividers, who have done their utmost to destroy this wonderful country, all in the name of Globalism.


Elizabeth May said that she is willing to Support a Coalition with the Liberals against the Conservatives if Andrew Scheer wins the next election. Do Jody Wilson-Raybould and Jane Philpott also again want to cozy up to the Corrupt Liberals?? If they do, their true colours will come out and let Canadians what Jody Wilson-Raybould and Jane Philpott are all about! I hope that they will some Pride and Respect for themselves!

Ben Eby

Replying to Ann: Precisely the thoughts of many. How can you leave a corrupt, criminalized political party, and partner up with it through another party. I hope for those two ladies they do the honorable thing.


Jody Wilson-Rabould, was very disagreeable when the decision was made about the shooting of an aboriginal at a farm in Alberta. She, being the Attorney General, should not have commented on the case. So I hope she will refine herself and not be like others in the government.


What upsets me about Jody Wilson-Raybould and Jane Philpott is that they were still going to stay on with the Liberal Party if they hadn’t been kicked out. Trudeau and the Liberal Party has been and is the Most CORRUPT Party in all the History of Canadian Political Parties. If the Jody Wilson-Raybould and Jane Philpott are so Honest and Transparent, how on Earth could they have still wanted to be part of CORRUPTION? They would have Gained so Much More Respect from this Country if they would have left the Liberal Party on Principle of being Honest – Quality… Read more »

David Henley

I guess no mention that they may run for the PPC. Why is it that this column fails to discuss the PPC, Bernier or what the party stands for.


Putting my last toonie of the month on them joining the Greenies.


We can — and will — literally hold our breath until Monday. Either or both of these ladies may well drop a bombshell. On the other hand, it is possible either or both may well declare loyalty to the Liberal Party of Canada, at which time my personal views of them will change — but I make no judgment at this time. There is a sense of drama with this situation and whether or not they will ‘clear the air,’ will not be realized until Monday — and so we wait. In any event, I suspect their comments will be… Read more »


So, ‘Islam is the native religion of Ontario,’ eh? One must wonder about the mental state of one who would comfortably make such a statement. Also, if ‘Islamophobia’ (a non-word) is such a vital political subject, this comment in and of itself, is certain to raise the level of ‘Islamophobia’ to new heights. Perhaps, if our political ‘bobbleheads’ had minds of their own, they would see that as a reality and make some intelligent comment — but of course, in today’s political atmosphere even suggesting such a thing is not politically correct — which brings to mind Charlton Heston’s famous… Read more »