Ex-trainer Brigitte Cecelia is operating for PPC within the federal election

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“I’m running for federal election this time to represent the vote of the average Albertan, the average Canadians, and that’s how I see myself,” she said.

Freedom of expression and fiscal integrity are the primary concerns of the People’s Party of Canada candidate who wants to win a seat in the September 20th federal elections.

Brigitte Cecelia is running the St. Albert Edmonton Riding for the second time and hopes to draw attention to her party.

Cecelia has been based in St. Albert for around 30 years. She is currently on leave from work but usually has two separate managerial positions at St. Albert, although she refused to say where.

“I’m usually employed … I also work on temporary projects. I like to be busy, of course, ”she said.

Cecelia has just completed her third term on the Edmonton Basilica Pastoral Council and will step down. She serves on many boards and committees, but the past year has made this difficult.

She said her heart was also in the fitness industry. She said she loved working as a certified swimming and triathlon coach in the past.

Cecelia said she was running in this election because she has long been a passionate advocate for freedom of expression.

“I’m running for federal election this time to represent the vote of the average Albertan, the average Canadians, and that’s how I see myself,” she said.

On the platform’s fiscal integrity part, Cecelia said that they are the only party not planning a deficit.

In 2019, the People’s Party of Canada (PPC) made a campaign with the promise of eliminating the deficit in two years. This year, with COVID-19, the goal is to close the deficit in four years by cutting corporate welfare such as foreign development aid and defining the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, Cecelia said.

The party will seek to cut funding for programs that come under the jurisdiction of the provinces and municipalities, as well as reviewing tax measures it deems to be inefficient. The party is also considering redistributing wealth, Cecelia said.

The PPC advocates a smaller government, unity within Canada and fair compensation. Cecelia said the party was the only one that would “uphold the principles of freedom”.