Kerstin Kelly, Ontario Party
Retired veterinarian; co-operator of Lindsay Airport providing aircraft maintenance services, charter flights and flight training bases in Lindsay, Barrie and Orillia until 2001; co-owner of Crooked Lake Wilderness Lodge in Norland for 20 years
First time running.
How would you rate the province’s response to COVID-19?
“Due to the province’s F-level handling of COVID-19, I have stood up to expose the truth and fight for our freedoms and human rights.
From a medical background, I was amazed that the plans in place after SARS were ignored in favor of lockdowns and warrants. I have worked at the grassroots level with like-minded people who are passionate about restoring law and order and democracy.”
If elected, I will be…
“If elected, I will act as a public servant for the people and advocate for recall legislation so that politicians can be held accountable to their constituents.
I will be responsible for bringing local issues to the province and being allowed to vote my conscience and in the best interests of my constituents without fear of reprisal from the party or from Derek Sloan, who will listen to people and act in their best interest.
I will advocate for the end of terms, the retraction of Bill 100, the restoration of all our inalienable rights and freedoms – including freedom of movement, freedom of expression, freedom of conscience, freedom of association and of assembly and freedom of education – and bodily autonomy with truth and transparency.
My goal will be to bring some decency and honesty back into our government and our health care system.
I will fight against digital identity, programmable digital currency, over-regulation, over-bureaucracy, critical race theory, and forced medical experimentation, especially on our children, while respecting and supporting family values.
I will advocate for education reforms and to make housing affordable as stated in the Ontario party platform.
I will advocate for the rehiring of nurses and staff made redundant due to flawed covid mandates and policies and will advocate for improvements in local healthcare and care, compassionate elderly care based on sound scientific and medical principles, as well as to put truth and honesty back with freedom of expression in our media. First, do no harm.
We need to make it a land of freedom and opportunity again.”