Rempel Garner Considering Leadership Bid

“There are a lot of people in my province and Western Canada writ-large that feel very alienated and are questioning even if we had a change of government if there’s a place for our part of the country in the federation long-term,” says Rempel Garner.

Michelle Rempel Garner says she’s still considering a CPC leadership bid, amid growing alienation in Western Canada:

“There are a lot of people in my province and Western Canada writ-large that feel very alienated and are questioning even if we had a change of government if there’s a place for our part of the country in the federation long-term,” said Rempel.

“Enough is enough, we are right on the verge of having a serious Western separatist party, it’s viable, it’s right there,” said Rempel Garner. “I don’t think that’s being precipitated out of our leadership race.”

Rempel Garner noted that the race needs to have deeper discussions on how the party is governed and on setting policy.

When it comes to making a decision, Rempel Garner says “Whatever I decide in the future, that has to be answered for me and you know what, I feel those aren’t unreasonable demands.”

The Conservative Party would benefit from Rempel Garner’s entry into the race, following the decision by Pierre Poilievre and Rona Ambrose not to run. More candidates, more debates, and more ideas are what the party needs.

Spencer Fernando

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Mark

I hope that she does. She is excellent.

Barry Bateman

And under a Rempel Garner CPC leadership would Canada withdraw from the Paris Climate Accord? It emptied Calgary office towers and decimated Alberta with little evidence but a coincidental rise in temperature and CO2 in the late twentieth century. Coincidental, not causal.

Ron Shaw

Separation is definitely on the table for this 69 year old ProudWestener highly critical of Justin Trudeau’s corrupt liberal government that does not represent me or tens of thousands of other hard working , screwed over , angry as hell Westerners . And the east wonders why we see no future in confederation , never have and never will . Now it’s just a mater of time !

NancyW

Ron, I am from Ontario and it is not tens of thousands, it’s millions, feel very alienated from Canada and this lieberal puppet show, destroying what was a good and decent country.

Jesse

She’s a vulgar loser intolerant of mainstream Canadian conservatives – see how she raged against a fellow ‘conservative’: “I vehemently reject this message. I will not serve under someone whose leadership pitch is that someone’s sexuality is something to be “fixed”. I am full on tired of this type of shit defining the conservative movement in Canada. ” These kinds of people are why conservatives abandoned CPC.

Gary major

Yes I’d like to see Michael run Plus her views on what the party needs to do during the leadership race ! IE: new policy needed especially around OPENESS / CONSULTING BASE !

Ann

Best of luck to Michelle Rempel Gerner if she runs for the CPC Leadership. Michelle has been a Fighter from the very beginning of this Corrupt Liberal Government on all Issues Important to Canadians. I hope that Michelle keeps fighting the Immigration Debacle, Firearms Issue, the UN, hopefully cutting our ties with this Corrupt Organization and every other Issue. Hopefully, Michelle will Rescind ALL Bills passed by this Treasonous Government which does NOT care for CANADIANS who have built this Once Great Country!

Godot

Stick a fork in the CPC. In fact, it’s over-cooked.
#WEXITNOW

Malcolm Dutchak

I could support M. Rempal

VALERIE CLARK

Her concern is how she would defend the interests of Albertans while also representing those who are exploiting us. Canada is too divided for anyone to ever think that can be done.