05 Oct

Rural Protection Act & Property Protection Act

Private Member’s bills to be introduced:

When PPC Candidates Paul Mitchell (Red Deer – Mountain View) and/or Laura-Lynn Thompson (Red Deer – Lacombe) and/or Mark Friesen (Saskatoon – Grasswood) and/or Joseph Zelezny (Yukon) are Elected to the House of Commons

Rural Protection Act Summary: This enactment amends the storage, display, transportation and handling of firearms by individuals regulations. It also amends the definitions. Since most rural Canadians have limited access to timely police protection, the purpose of this Act is to enable effective self-defence and protection for these Canadians (on their property). The Act accomplishes this by removing the current barriers in the Firearms Act which hinder self-defence and protection in rural areas.

Property Protection Act Summary: This enactment protects the legal property owned by Canadians by authorizing them to effectively protect their legally owned property.

Full text of both Acts available here:

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23 Feb

Helpful links to explore during these trying times

Forum For Canadian Sovereignty

If anyone is interested in volunteering for or donating towards upcoming initiatives or the initiatives listed above, please call or email for more information.

We may have been quiet but we are not idle.

Thank you for your ongoing support, we’re just getting started!

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14 Nov

The Rise of Jordan Peterson Film Screening Nov 30 @ 2pm

Join fellow Yukoners for a private non-partisan screening of the new ‘The Rise of Jordan Peterson’ documentary. Please reserve/purchase tickets by November 22nd to ensure the screening occurs.

Buy here now:

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14 Oct

October events list & media links

This page will be kept updated – last updated October 19th – please refresh to check for updates or check facebook & and twitter for the latest updates:

Oct 18 – The Rush profile:

Oct 18 – Whitehorse Star Profile article

October 17 – Whitehorse – 1pm-2pm Vanier Catholic Secondary School Debate

October 16 – Whitehorse – 7pm-9pm CBC debate – was live on radio and Facebook – link to recorded video

If you would like to help me organize a visit to your community, please call 867-322-0588 or email – also we have a limited amount of lawn signs available if interested!

I will be touring around the Yukon and try to visit all the communities between now and election day. I’ve had a day job and many events daily so it hasn’t been possible earlier. Info will be updated on this page.

October 15 – Ross River – 4:30pm – 5:30pm coffee, tea & snacks @ the Ross River Recreation Centre/Arena – if you need transportation or would like to meet Joseph at your residence or work location, please reach out to arrange: 867-322-0588 or

October 15 – Faro – 7pm-9pm coffee tea & snacks at the Sportsman’s Lounge / Faro Recreation Centre – if you need transportation or would like to meet Joseph at your residence or work location, please reach out to arrange: 867-322-0588 or

October 16 – Carmacks – noon – lunch at the Gold Panner Restaurant if anyone wants to join and share some appetizers and chat about the PPC platform

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beware: there seem to be several errors & bias exhibited by some media that skew what I said – I have audio+video recordings + notes available for clarification

Oct 12: Interview on Howe Street – This Week in Money show with PPC leader Maxime Bernier, PPC candidate Ian Prittie and me discussing economy, investment, regulations etc:

Summary of PPC priorities from CHON FM including audio recording of 5 priorities – Economy, Health, First Nations, Climate Change, Free Speech:

Oct 11: Municipal issues –

Oct 11: CBC candidate profile:

Oct 10 Facebook live interview recording:

Oct 9: Business debate –

Oct 9: First Nation debate –

Oct 8: First Nations debate:

Oct 7 weekly schedule –

Oct 5 – Yukon Fish & Game forum video + Rural & Property Protection Act announcement:

Oct 4 – Environment forum

Oct 3 – Environment debate video recording – 2.5hrs:

Oct 2 – Association franco-yukonnaise hosts candidates’ forum:

Oct 2 – Élections fédérales : opération charme pour les francophones du Yukon

Oct 2 Immigration debate-

Sept 30 weekly schedule:

Sept 28 – Immigration debate-

Sept 28 – Video of immigration debate 2.5hrs:

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25 Sep

Live YouTube Q & A

Come ask the tough questions!

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24 Sep

September Events

Tuesday, Sept. 24: All Candidates Meeting hosted by the Yukon Federation of Labour, held at the Yukon College in the Pit inside the main entrance. 7:00 pm until 9:00 pm.

Wednesday, Sept 25: I’ll be addressing the Meeting of Yukon members of the National Association of Federal Retirees luncheon.

Wednesday, Sept 25, 6pm – Live PUBLIC YouTube Q & A – link will be provided here & social media shortly prior to livestream, refresh the web page if you don’t see it at 6pm.

Thursday, Sept 26 Debate around non-profit organisations at the MacBride Museum of Yukon History (1124 Front St, Whitehorse, second floor), from 6:00 pm to 8:30 pm

Saturday, Sept 28, by donation. Debate: Immigration, Refugee System, Multiculturalism, Diversity and Inclusion
RSVP here:

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09 Sep

HoweStreet Radio Interview

0% Capital Gains Tax, Natural Resource Development. Joseph Zelezny – Sept. 4, 2019

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27 Aug

August 26 Interview

Candid discussion about the No Mass Immigration billboards, freedom of speech, Quiggin Report, Climate change etc. Subscribe to the channel and click the bell for notifications of future interviews with myself or other PPC candidates.

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12 Jul

July Media Mentions Etc.

The Yukon News has compiled some priorities of each candidate in the Yukon in this article:

*Note1* I am well aware that the climate of the earth has been changing as long as it has existed – I don’t deny the many various ways the climate has change before and during my lifetime 🙂 I definitely don’t accept the propaganda that you or I have any meaningful affect on climate or that carbon dioxide is pollution – rather, it is the building block of life!

*Note2* Here is an excellent article debunking man-made climate change

*Note3* Here is some good analysis of the cost of the Conservative Party’s Paris Climate Accord compliance

John Ivison: Review of Scheer’s climate plan a reminder that there are no free lunches

A new study by EnviroEconomics says the Conservative plan will send Canada’s efforts to reduce greenhouse gas emissions into reverse

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06 Jul

Video Interview

Enjoy a candid interview on a host of topics relating to the state of things today relative to the next federal election in Canada – October 2019.

We can save Canada. The PPC is bringing together the most courageous freedom fighters today! Environment, Health, Economy, vote splitting and more all covered. Will continue with more videos in the future also.

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