Who We Are
We are a nonpartisan political advocacy group working to promote economic, social and democratic freedom in Canada. We want to bring Canadians together to tackle political challenges with a liberty-based approach and ultimately, bring about positive change in our country.
Meet the people who are for Liberty
A Professional Engineer in Alberta and first-year law student, Joseph has been involved in federal politics since 2013 and is passionate about economics and taxation reform. Joseph recently co-sponsored a proposal to drop opposition to same-sex marriage from the Conservative Party of Canada's Policy Declaration. This was a victory for a conservative approach to personal liberty in Canada.
Joseph lives with his wife, Kassandra, and their tuxedo cat Poe in Calgary, Alberta.
“There can be no liberty unless there is economic liberty.” -Margaret Thatcher
Ashley graduated from the University of Calgary in 2010 with Bachelor of Arts in Political Science. While in university, she was Vice President of the campus’s Save the Children Canada chapter and spent a summer volunteering in Costa Rica with a local sustainable community development organization.
Ashley currently works as regulatory paralegal in Calgary and has significant experience navigating governance frameworks. She is passionate about advocating for limited government and personal liberty.
“The worst thing that can happen to a good cause is, not to be skillfully attacked, but to be ineptly defended.” - Frédéric Bastiat
Katherine completed her Bachelor of Arts in History in 2015 and is now a second-year J.D. student at the University of Alberta. She’s most interested in the advancement of personal and social liberties for individuals in Canada and is passionate about organizing groups of people and ideas in pursuit of a common goal.
She somehow finds the time to be involved in multiple school organizations, teach piano and voice lessons and play soccer. She can’t wait to have “more free time” to get a puppy.
“All mankind… being all equal and independent, no one ought to harm another in his life, health, liberty or possessions.” - John Locke