Naomi ChocykRegional CoordinatorGreater Vancouver Area

Naomi majored in political science and international relations at UBC. She has worked as a political aide for the BC Liberals and more recently as a staffer for Jody Wilson-Raybould. Naomi served as the CEO of the EDA in her home riding of Vancouver East, and when the Party needed more candidates Naomi stepped up to run against her former boss as the PPC candidate for Vancouver Granville. Naomi has an extensive background in marketing and events management. She is passionate about public service and volunteers as a support worker for people suffering from addiction and PTSD.

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Yale GibsonRegional CoordinatorGreater British Columbia

Yale has been involved in politics since a young age, volunteering with the BC Young Liberals, then the Conservative Party of Canada before taking a role on his local CPC EDA. Upon the founding of the PPC, Yale immediately began organizing locally through social media and ensured his local EDA of Chilliwack—Hope was one of the first to be organized in the country. Since its founding, Yale has served as CEO of the Chilliwack—Hope PPC Association and played a crucial role in his candidate’s campaign, which garnered the largest vote percentage of any PPC candidate in BC.

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Adrian DzikowskiProvincial CoordinatorAlberta

Adrian helped found the PPC EDA of Red Deer—Mountain View and acted as its interim CEO. He helped guide its transition to a Regional Association representing both Red Deer ridings. His past campaign management experience for a federal Conservative candidate allowed him to quickly assemble and run campaign teams for Paul Mitchell and Laura-Lynn Thompson during the 2019 general election. His passion for liberty and the PPC ideals stems from his upbringing in Poland during the communist era, where only the elite and connected had any freedoms. He is committed to helping build a strong organization and develop leaders that will challenge the status quo.

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Monique QuintalProvincial CoordinatorSaskatchewan

Monique is currently the President of the Saskatoon—Grasswood PPC Association, and was campaign manager for her PPC candidate in the 2019 federal election. Monique's favorite principle of the PPC is Personal Responsibility. Monique was born in Rosetown, Saskatchewan and was raised on a grain farm. She lives with her wife in Saskatoon. They enjoy traveling, camping, and spending time with their nieces and nephews.

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Noel GautronProvincial CoordinatorManitoba

As soon as Maxime Bernier announced his new political party, Noel was inspired to run as a candidate for him. Since its founding, Noel has served as a Director on the Board of his local EDA of Provencher. When the Board of the Elmwood—Transcona PPC Association publicly resigned in an effort to smear the Party, Noel is the one who stepped up to reorganize this riding association and eventually ran as the candidate for Elmwood—Transcona. We are excited to see what Noel can bring to his new role.

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Renaud RoyRegional CoordinatorNorthern Ontario

Renaud helped found the Electoral District Association in his home riding of Timmins—James Bay and continues to serve as its CEO. Renaud also represented his riding as our candidate, achieving one of the highest vote percentages for a PPC Candidate across the country. Renaud was inspired to join the PPC by his time living in the former communist state of Romania and views the People’s Party as necessary to push back against the slow creep of ever-growing abusive government powers in our nation.

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Mason LeschynaRegional CoordinatorSouthwestern Ontario

As soon as Bernier announced his intention to form the PPC and its small government platform focusing on individual freedom, Mason signed up as a founding member. Since then, he has served as CEO of the Essex PPC Association during which time he has built a dynamic association, helped other struggling associations in the area, and organized a regional tour for Maxime during the election campaign. Mason is excited to have been selected as the Regional Coordinator for Southwestern Ontario and is committed to helping the party and local EDAs in any way that he can.

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Jim TormaRegional CoordinatorWestern Ontario

Jim was born in Quebec City to Hungarian parents. At an early age Jim’s dad taught him about the tyranny of communism and the dangers of media propaganda. At 20 years old, Jim was already launching an electronic security system company. After meeting the love of his life, he relocated to the US and launched a manufacturing startup. He later returned to Canada to work in the film & TV industry. Jim was previously involved with the Liberal Party, and helped to break a membership drive record in Parkdale—High Park only to be disillusioned by the corruption he saw in the party. Jim never felt at home in politics, until the PPC emerged, offering fairness for all Canadians. He feels that the PPC is the answer for everything Canadians need in a political party, and is truly a party for the people.

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Baljit BawaRegional CoordinatorGreater Toronto Area - West

Baljit is an accomplished Technology professional, community leader, academic, and winner of the “Top 25 Canadian Immigrant Award 2011”. Baljit has a wealth of political organizational experience and volunteered for the Liberal Party for several years. Upon its founding, Baljit joined the PPC because he viewed it as the only Party that would put Canadians first and deal with the emerging cultural issues he saw head on. Baljit was our PPC Candidate in Brampton Centre where he achieved the largest vote total of any of our Brampton-area candidates and one of the best results for any PPC Candidate in the GTA.

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Deborah McKenzieRegional CoordinatorGreater Toronto Area - East

Upon the founding of the PPC, Deborah helped found the Electoral District Association in her home riding of Beaches—East York and continues to serve as its CEO. When the time came, Deborah stepped up to represent her riding as our candidate there. Deborah has consistently been one of our most active members in the GTA and we are excited to see what Deborah can bring to her new role.

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Dave SengerRegional CoordinatorEastern Ontario

Dave is the co-founder and CEO of an Ottawa-based research and communication company, which grew from a now 25-year career as a consultant on the historic relationship between the federal government and First Nations. He holds degrees in political science and the fine arts. Originally from western Canada, he moved to eastern Ontario in 2009 and views national cohesiveness based on an understanding of our shared values and diverse heritage as vital to Canada’s future. He joined the PPC due to its principled approach to politics and support for genuine debate. He believes this will ensure and advance the vibrancy of Canadian democracy, its prosperity and its freedom.

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Dan BoucherRegional CoordinatorCentral Ontario

Dan has a diverse background having worked in many jobs including industrial construction, baker, military CF medic, civilian paramedic, and currently serving as a federal law enforcement officer. Dan has been involved in the PPC since the very start, helping to found our Electoral District Associations in both Barrie—Innisfil and Barrie—Springwater—Oro-Medonte, and has served as the CEO of the Barrie—Springwater—Oro-Medonte PPC Association since its inception. Dan is bilingual and supports strong fiscal conservative policies, outright transparency, accountability and freedom of speech.

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Chloé BernardProvincial CoordinatorQuébec

Chloé is a proud founding member of the People’s Party of Canada and stood as our candidate for the riding of Beloeil—Chambly in the 2019 election. In 2020 Chloé joined our staff at National HQ as the producer of our YouTube content while assisting with French communications and our organization in Quebec.

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VacantProvincial CoordinatorNew Brunswick

We are currently seeking a new Coordinator for New Brunswick.

Mitchell FoleyProvincial CoordinatorNova Scotia

Mitchell has been involved in politics for a number of years now and has been an active volunteer in recent provincial elections. Last year was Mitchell’s first foray in federal politics. Once Mitchell realized there was a PPC candidate in his home riding of Kings—Hants, he became an active volunteer on his local EDA, eventually becoming CEO. From this position, Mitchell continued to take on more responsibilities including campaign manager and lead strategist for his candidate. Mitchell is excited to extend his knowledge and experience to the rest of the province as well as neighbouring PEI.

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Mitchell FoleyProvincial CoordinatorPrince Edward Island

Mitchell is the Nova Scotia Provincial Coordinator and he is currently serving as the Interim Provincial Coordinator for Prince Edward Island.

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Ben RuckpaulProvincial CoordinatorNewfoundland & Labrador

A proud member of the People’s Party of Canada, Ben believes strongly in championing our Party’s founding principles. Having lived in provinces across Canada, Ben moved to St. John’s in 2012 where he completed his Bachelor’s of Science. Now Ben wants to give back to the province that has given him so much over the past 8 years. Having stood as the PPC candidate for St. John’s—Mount Pearl in the 2019 election, Ben was the only PPC candidate in all of Newfoundland & Labrador. Ben is looking to extend his experience to the rest of the province to ensure citizens across the province have a PPC option on the ballot.

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