Paul Fromm grew up in central Etobicoke. He attended High Power High School and served a term as a school trustee.
With a B.A., M.A., and B.Ed., Mr. Fromm was an English instructor for25 years.
Since 1997, he has been the director of the Canadian Association for Free Expression, Canada's foremost free speech advocacy group.
Last Fall, he lobbied the Ontario Legislature opposing an anti-Christian piece of legislation which would criminalize expressions of opposition to abortion near abortion clinics or abortion providers.
He has lectured on free speech issues across Canada and the U.S. and in Australia, the U.K., Italy and Germany.
Mr. Fromm has a nightly radio show devoted to politics and is co-host of "the Trump Phenomenon" on RBN.org.
Our federal and provincial politics are entirely top-down. Leaders make policy and MPPs have to fall into line.
We need more independents who owe their allegiance to their constituents whom they regularly consult than to their party leaders.
A vital issue for all of Toronto is the costly, debilitating traffic gridlock which is slowly choking traffic.
MPPs should be demanding that Ottawa halt the immigration influx which is making traffic grind to a halt in Toronto and Vancouver and which is making housing all but unaffordable for young Canadian families.
Leadership and courage are needed on the part of MPPs to demand that the federal government fund the massive transportation costs to accommodate the people we already have here or stop the influx.
Thanks for voting.