Our nation is at a crossroads. The Canada we know and love is in jeopardy. The Canada based on a strong, balanced economy that provides equal opportunities for all Canadians regardless of income, ethnicity, orientation, or region is gradually – but surely – being replaced by one founded on a much different vision.
That vision is Stephen Harper’s politics of fear and cynicism – the politics of expediency at the expense of democracy.
For the first time in the history of the Liberal Party of Canada, the next leader will be chosen by not only members of the Party but supporters as well.
As the LPC works to formalize the details around supporter registration, we encourage you to join the conversation, and sign up as a Bertschi supporter.
Where I stand
Canada is the greatest country in the world, but we face some big challenges that we need to solve if we’re going to rebuild the Liberal Party and restore the Canadian advantage. We need to get our economy moving in the right direction.
During these past few months as I travelled coast to coast by car in weather only a Canadian could enjoy, I have been fortunate enough to meet many incredible Canadians who graciously accepted to share their views and concerns with me. This exp
OTTAWA, ON – David Bertschi made the following statement today regarding Marc Garneau’s resignation from the race to become the next leader of the Liberal Party of Canada: “I would like to thank Marc Garneau for the efforts and contributio
Written by Mike James Reporter A return home of sorts for one of the candidates running for the Federal Liberal leadership. David Bertschi is a University of Windsor Law graduate and made a campaign style stop to speak with students at the schoo
OurWindsor.Ca by Jonathon Liedtke David Bertschi wants to be the leader of the Liberal Party of Canada and hopefully the next Prime Minister. Having run in the 2011 federal election, Bertschi made a name for himself running in the riding of Otta
By Grant LaFleche, The Standard Tuesday, February 12, 2013 5:08:19 EST PM Listening to David Bertschi talk, it becomes clear he is pining his Liberal leadership hopes as much on narrative as he is on policy. What he lacks in political experience
IN LOCAL REGIONAL / BY JAMES MURRAY / ON FEBRUARY 6, 2013 AT 12:38 PM / THUNDER BAY – Politics - David Bertschi is chasing a political rabbit. The candidate for the Liberal leadership is on the road, travelling across Canada. In Thunder Bay Bert
By GORD YOUNG, The Nugget Friday, February 8, 2013 4:47:03 EST PM NORTH BAY - Liberal leadership candidate David Bertschi wants to see young Canadians afforded the same opportunities for success that were available to him while growing up. Despi
Written by Trevor Busch Thursday, 07 February 2013 15:30 With the province often considered an impregnable bulwark of conservative support, in the lead up to a leadership vote in April a number of federal Liberal Party leadership candidates have
By Alan S. Hale, Kenora Daily MIner and News Thursday, February 7, 2013 5:45:16 EST PM Federal Liberal leadership candidate David Bertschi met with Rotarians in Kenora on Monday, but he didn’t make a big political speech. Instead, he chos
By Chris Marchand A lesser-known contender in the upcoming race to lead the Liberal Party of Canada could be found talking politics with merchants in downtown Dryden, Monday. Ottawa-based lawyer David Bertschi overnighted in Dryden, Feb. 4, on h
By Terrence McEachern, Leader-Post January 31, 2013 6:04 PM REGINA — David Bertschi wants to follow in the footsteps of Lester B. Pearson and lead the Liberal Party of Canada. “I think he was one of the most successful Prime Ministers — pa
David Bertschi attended the Ontario Liberal Leadership convention in Toronto this past weekend as a delegate for Sandra Pupatello. Over the weekend, David had the chance to meet many engaged Liberals and share his vision for our country and the
Tuesday, January 29, 2013 Posted at 5:46:39 PM Source: Patrick Burles– Country 95 News LETHBRIDGE: Another one of the nine candidates trying to capture the top job in the federal Liberal party came to Lethbridge Tuesday. David Bertschi sta
By Leslie MacKinnon, CBC News Posted: Jan 29, 2013 7:43 AM ET David Bertschi is a member of a club among the federal Liberal leadership candidates — roughly half of them — whose most recent electoral experience, or only one, consists of losing i