November 10, 2018

The Rebel Live is coming to Calgary on November 10 — Get tickets now!

Ezra LevantRebel Commander

Hey, we don’t just do great videos at the Rebel. We do great events with our most loyal viewers, too! We’ve had movie premieres, and educational trips to foreign countries, and we’ve even had a few rallies against the carbon tax, before it was cool.


But my favourite event each year is definitely what we call The Rebel Live.

It’s a day-long conference for true conservatives — not the timid, CBC-approved variety. Real conservatives, talking about things that matter.

We had Jordan Peterson even before his book took off. We had Doug Ford even before he was premier of Ontario. And of course we’ve brought you fascinating conservatives from around the world — like our own Katie Hopkins from the UK.

We’ll, we’re doing it again, and this time we’re doing it in the heart of conservatives country — my spiritual home, Calgary! On Saturday, November 10, we’ve got an amazing day planned. GET YOUR TICKETS HERE!

You want great speakers? We’ve got ‘em:

* Free speech activist Lindsay Shepherd, who fought the censors at Laurier University and won.

* Canada’s most successful conservative public interest lawyer, John Carpay, who sues governments who step on our rights.

* Robbie Picard, the unstoppable oilsands activist.

* Our own fearless and outspoken Alberta Bureau Chief Sheila Gunn Reid — and so many more!

We’ve invited Andrew Scheer to attend; we haven’t heard back from him yet, but other MPs will be there, including Brad Trost and Maxime Bernier, who just launched a new party. 

So come join us in Calgary, on November 10 — but you’d better hurry!

Our early-bird pricing ends this Friday, October 20. Until that moment, it’s just $75 — afterwards, it goes up to $95 dollars.

(By the way, we’ve got great student prices too.)

Did I mention we’ve got an amazing barbecue food truck coming for lunch — included in the price

But get your tickets now! Go to and take advantage of that early-bird pricing.

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commented 2018-11-11 23:24:45 -0500
A smart man would “hold his fire” until the PPC files for official status… Then we’ll see who has “egg on their face”… Going to file away that one NDP SUCKS… Andy The Moron…
commented 2018-11-11 09:30:47 -0500
Coming to Edmonton any time soon? Wasn’t able to attend in Calgary but sure would if you came here!
commented 2018-11-11 01:43:24 -0500
Congratulations Rebel for a wonderful event. Hope there are more in the not too distant future for all to attend.
commented 2018-11-11 00:04:55 -0500
commented 2018-11-11 00:04:15 -0500
NDP SUCKS…Me for one…I like to see the cherry red in life…
commented 2018-11-10 16:54:24 -0500
Robert, I hope you are not suggesting there is similarities between Max Headroom and Trump. Party Party Party
commented 2018-11-10 16:43:56 -0500
commented 2018-11-10 16:42:02 -0500
I’m a ordinary average guy..I’m sick and tired of hearing the BS that comes out of all the Political career Politicians!

President Trump and the Americans broke the mould…for the USA!

Canadian People need to have a Candidate that can break the very same mould of corruption in the Canadian elite slime bucket.
commented 2018-11-10 10:55:53 -0500
Andy the moron hasn’t figured out yet that Beuce elected a CPC Bernier and now they have a self appointed PPC Bernier. Since when did Bernier listen to anyone who disagreed with him? Max better be prepared for defeat in Beuce and have a replacement self appointed leader ready to take control of the PPC otherwise Andy you and the other founding members will have a lot of egg on your face. Surely he can find someone better than a marijuana activist like Marc Emery.
commented 2018-11-10 03:02:18 -0500
There’s more and more of a “desperate” tone to your comments NDP SUCKS… Given the fact that the party doesn’t have “constituents” until it is officially registered, all Maxime has to do is listen to the new PPC members… Which he has done in spades; especially via new founding members voicing their video comments at meetings from coast to coast… Yes, including me…
commented 2018-11-10 01:49:42 -0500
Has Bernier consulted with his constituents prior to his temper tantrum departure? Alleslev spoke to hers before walking across the floor so she had a consensus to fall back on. Danielle Smith and her Wildrose floor crossers did not consult and all seven of these individuals were not nominated from their riding in the next election. This major mistake was acknowledged after the fact. Max should be very concerned about getting himself elected in 2019.
commented 2018-11-09 04:07:37 -0500
Knew it!… Eat your heart out Chipmunk Scheer!… And be prepared for enthusiastic PPC nomination meetings across Canada in the coming days…
commented 2018-11-08 23:52:52 -0500
NDP asks.(or declares)

Another Joe Who?? If the msm has anything to do with it. There will be scant little msm coverage of Bernier from the left or mainstream right. You know what that means.
commented 2018-11-08 23:26:56 -0500
Louis, I don’t know if Kenney was invited this time or not, but he has been in the past, and he thinks he is too good for the Rebel. He is in a pretty safe position whether he dumps on us deplorable’s or not. He will get away with it. Scheer not so much. An alternative has just walked through the door, but he doesn’t seem to see the reality of what he is up against. Its like the cry of outrage at the Conservative conference in Halifax when conservatives in the audience were shut down, mic taken for asking the wrong questions. “We wanted to vote for you!”. Scheer keeps making it impossible. Kenney’s day will come, but its not in this round. He can sit comfortably in his hypocrisy for now.
commented 2018-11-08 23:16:21 -0500
“Speaking to CBC, Bernier said, “I believe in people, and you don’t need to be a feminist for that.” Canada’s three main party leaders have all declared themselves feminists, but Bernier said he doesn’t like the term because of its association with left-wing politics. “I’m not focusing on you because you are part of a faith, or because you are a lady, or because you are man, [but] because you are Canadians,” he said.””
Thanks for that article Robert. When Bernier says no special treatment for any special interest group he means any of them, no exceptions. What a concept. It makes too much sense. What a breath of fresh air.
commented 2018-11-08 23:11:30 -0500
Ron Joseph, I screwed up the quote you re-posted from Bernier, here is the complete quote, “My strategy for my campaign is very open. We don’t want to work for special interest groups, [whether] it be corporate welfare, Bombardier, or GM. Our platform is based on fairness.”
commented 2018-11-08 21:53:30 -0500
Is Jason Kenney coming to the ’Rebel Live" this weekend in Calgary? Was he invited?Would he still be considered a conservative?
commented 2018-11-08 20:36:24 -0500

For now Bernier is talking the talk…At least he made that first big step!

imo…he will gain momentum..and he will have to work 19..20 hrs a day to get the true Canadians voice to be heard. If he manages to wake up Canadians..Canada has a chance to turn the ship away from the tip of the iceberg that would sink Canada into a slimy swamp of bile.
commented 2018-11-08 14:10:08 -0500
For those who don’t follow Can. Business too much, the Liberals have been throwing our money at Bombardier for years. Canadian Taxpayers reward for this corporate Welfare is 2000 layoffs.
Bernier is against Corporate Welfare like this.
commented 2018-11-08 14:01:53 -0500
Liza, Peter, Andy, Your confidence in Bernier being a straight shooter proved to be correct on this mornings news.
First, here is what Liza just printed regarding what Bernier said last year:
“My strategy for my campaign is very open. , [whether] it be corporate welfare, Bombardier, or GM."
Bombardier just announced over 5ooo layoffs, 2000 in Canada, showing Bernier’s Business knowledge and policies are better than the Prov. and Fed. Liberals.
commented 2018-11-08 07:59:17 -0500
“then there is hope a high likelihood”

should read

“then there is hope and a high likelihood”

My kingdom for an edit button!
commented 2018-11-08 07:57:43 -0500
Liza, you have valid points about Bernier. If he indeed does get a candidate in all 338 riding by the Elections Canada deadline of December 10th, then there is hope a high likelihood that I will vote for his candidate in my riding.

As you said, time will tell.

As you already know, I am mortified at the possibility of a split vote that will put the brain dead fool back into office for another four long grueling torturous years. I shudder at the thought.
commented 2018-11-08 07:53:11 -0500
NDP Sucks said,
“I don’t speak directly or communicate in any way directly with hypocritical traitors.”
“Who says Max isn’t talking to the muslims?”

You are willing to conjecture on Bernier’s motives and actions, but not willing to talk to the source.

You are sounding very conspiratorial.


Andy said, “Is it only me, or do I sense that the more frenetic NDP SUCKS posts, that Bernier must be on the right track???”

I think you are on to something here.
commented 2018-11-08 00:52:12 -0500
Is it only me, or do I sense that the more frenetic NDP SUCKS posts, that Bernier must be on the right track??? He is, by the way, in Vancouver tomorrow meeting with PPC founding members… Too bad I can’t make it…
commented 2018-11-07 22:46:34 -0500
Another interesting fact about Max is that he is now old enough to qualify for his MP pension. In the event that he is defeated in Beuce then there is no sweat, Max will be taken care of very nicely.

When this happens who is going to be the new self imposed leader, the minister of marijuana Marc Emery?
commented 2018-11-07 22:43:01 -0500
More facts on Max

To enter the leadership contest in April 2016, Bernier signed a declaration agreeing to only use membership information for the purpose of campaigning for the leadership election and not for any other purpose.

But he has already violated the declaration. Bernier agreed then that he would take no steps to oppose the elected leader in any way, and signed off on a sentence saying he wouldn’t run against the Conservatives in 2019: “I will not seek the nomination of another political party, or run as an independent candidate, and will not endorse, campaign for or publicly support any opposing candidate or political party, in the next federal election.”

Quitting caucus, calling the party “morally and intellectually corrupt” and announcing he would start his own party last Thursday clearly contravene that agreement.
commented 2018-11-07 22:13:43 -0500
NDP SUCKS, do you not see the difference. Scheer has proven his pay for play, he also refuses to agree to cutting back immigration numbers, just to point out the obvious.