The results are in from the Airdrie Oilmen’s Association’s White Collar Boxing, the event that Libertarian Party of Canada leader stepped into the ring for.
Organizers Adrien Pruden and Cody Thompson tell me they’re very pleased to have almost doubled their donations this year, despite low oil prices and high unemployment. They raised a total of $18,000 for the Airdrie Food Bank, Airdrie Community Links and the District Victim’s Assistance Society.
And Tim Moen, leader of the Libertarian Party stepped into the ring to fight for the charities. When I talked to Moen before the fight, he had one target – Justin Trudeau. He challenged the Prime Minister to get into the ring for 2019.
And although the party leader didn’t win the decision in the fight, he’s not giving up on that challenge and neither is his trainer, UFC fighter Nick Ring. Ring tells me that he thinks given the right amount of training, Tim Moen would be able to pull off a win against the current Prime Minister.
It looks like Justin Trudeau has been challenged to a boxing match by the Libertarian Party of Canada’s leader.
The question is, will the current Prime Minister take on the challenge to get into the ring and touch gloves for another match?