The People’s Party of Canada has announced the candidacy of Azmairnin Jadavji for the North Vancouver riding.
“Together, the PPC and Jadavji offer Canadians across the nation the opportunity to vote for a principled conservative party based on individual freedom, personal responsibility, fairness, and respect,” said a press release.
Jadavji would focus his political platform on representing the North Vancouver community making certain their voice is heard in Ottawa on issues ranging from immigration to fiscal responsibility to the environment, it said.
“As a father of four children, I am excited at the idea of a brighter future for them, and for all Canadians, with Maxime Bernier and The People’s Party of Canada,” Jadavji said, “We are very excited about this announcement. It means we can combine our interests to help restore Canada to the great nation it once was and can be.”
Edson Ng, Vice President, PPC North Vancouver EDA, said, “He understands the challenges we face as Canadians and appreciates all the opportunities a strong and free Canada has to offer. We look forward to working with him to represent Canadian interests and values in the upcoming federal election.”
The People’s Party of Canada was formed a few weeks after the resignation of Maxime Bernier on September 14, 2018. Bernier, a former Conservative Party leadership candidate and cabinet minister from the Conservative Party of Canada.
Jadavji is an advocate for restorative justice, an entrepreneur and founder of a successful legal services company with a 30-year history of continuous growth, the press release said. He has campaigned locally and nationally around legislative amendments. He says he supports the North Vancouver residents’ endeavors to create and protect its idyllic family community and would ensure their voice is heard in Ottawa.