Peoples Party of Canada
Your next MP for South Surrey White Rock
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It's exciting to announce the candidacy of Joel Poulin to become the MP for South Surrey White Rock, representing the People’s Party of Canada.
A passionate and hard-working individual, Joel looks forward to making a difference in the riding and being a presence of change at the federal level.
Joel and his wife Sharaya have been married for 4 years and live in the West Beach area of White Rock. As a tower crane operator Joel has worked on many interesting projects all over British Columbia including the one billion dollar, Forrest Kerr, hydro-electric infrastructure project in northern B.C. Another project was the Audain Art Museum, a 56,000 square foot steel and concrete, original design building in Whistler, B.C. as well as many residential high rise developments across the lower mainland. Last year, after completing his Real Estate Trading License at UBC Sauder, Joel transitioned full time into his new career as a Real Estate Agent with RE/MAX Little Oak Realty.
With the creation of the PPC, Joel found the perfect opportunity to represent White Rock, South Surrey at the federal level, hoping to ensure that each segment of the community is listened to and represented fairly.
The People's Party of Canada is a new yet dynamic party led by Maxime Bernier. This robust, new party stands for the values of freedom, responsibility, fairness and respect. The PPC is about action and applying practical solutions to problems that Canadians face. The party’s goal is to make Canada stronger by applying fiscally responsible policies, reducing provincial trade barriers and protecting people's freedoms. The values and proposals put forward by the People’s Party of Canada are what drew Joel to represent them in South Surrey White Rock.
About the Peoples Party of Canada
The People's Party of Canada is a conservative federal political party. The party was formed by Maxime Bernier in September 2018. The PPC has electoral district associations (EDAs) in all of Canada's 338 ridings and is running a full slate of candidates in the 2019 Canadian federal election.