Biography of author Connie Fournier

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Connie Fournier is a longtime advocate for principled conservativism in Canada.  She has given dozens of interviews and is a prolific writer on the internet; especially FreeDominion – Canada’s voice of principled conservatism. 


A selection of interviews, articles and other content is available on the media page.


Media

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Bill C-51, the government’s “anti-terrorist” legislation, has now passed through Parliament, received royal assent and become law.  As a lifelong conservative, it hasn’t escaped my notice that, with the exception of organizations like the National Firearms Association and the Libertarian party, there has been a good degree of silence about this issue from Canadians on the right.


This is, perhaps, somewhat expected because it was a Conservative government that drafted the legislation and that ultimately used its majority to push the bill into law with severely limited debate and no meaningful amendments. But, just because a piece of legislation is created by a Conservative government, does that automatically make it worthy of the backing of the party’s grassroots supporters? I submit that the principled answer to that question is: “No.”


More on Bill C-51

Book reviews from bloggers and readers across Canada.

Introduction chapter in Betrayed, which outlines what Betrayed is all about.