Our distinguished Board of Advisors provides the organization with strategic advice, technical expertise, and also helps support and promote TBOF’s key initiatives across Canada.

Dr. Paul Elias Alexander
Bachelor (Hon), MHSc, MSc, PhD

Covid-19 Consultant and Researcher in Evidence-based Medicine (EMB), Research Methodology and Clinic Epidemiology.

Dr. Alexander is the former COVID Pandemic evidence-synthesis advisor to World Health Organization (WHO) in Washington, DC (2020), and former Senior Advisor to the White House, specifically for the COVID Pandemic policy in the US government, Health and Human Services (HHS), Washington, DC.

Dr. Alexander has authored over 55 peer reviewed papers, including most recently “More Than 400 Studies on the Failure of Compulsory Interventions” (Brownstone Institute).

Maxime Bernier is known as a dependable politician who speaks his mind. A man of ideas, his belief in personal responsibility and freedom is at the heart of his political vision. In his public statements, he expresses those values and his unwavering commitment to reducing the size of government.

Maxime Bernier was born January 18, 1963, in St-Georges-de-Beauce. He is the father of two girls.

Mr. Bernier is a dedicated and experienced runner and has participated in several marathons. A tough and determined competitor, he once ran 106 km across his constituency, completing the run in 13 hours and raising $165,000 for the Beauce food bank.

In 1985, Mr. Bernier earned a Bachelor of Commerce degree from the Université du Québec à Montréal and entered Law at the University of Ottawa. He was called to the Quebec Bar in 1990.

Mr. Bernier has a long-standing interest in business and during his career worked for several financial and banking institutions before becoming Executive Vice-President of the Montreal Economic Institute in 2005.

Many people in the region encouraged him to enter politics. He took up the challenge and was elected Member of Parliament for Beauce on January 23, 2006, with the largest majority outside Alberta (he will remain MP of the constituency until 2019). He was appointed to Cabinet on February 6, 2006, as Minister of Industry.

His success in deregulating major portions of the telecommunications sector prompted the chair of the Political Science department at McGill University, Professor Richard J. Schultz, to write, “In terms of what is perhaps the single most important component of his Industry portfolio, telecommunications, he was without challenge the best Industry Minister in thirty years.”

Mr. Bernier also served as Minister of Foreign Affairs from August 14, 2007 to May 26, 2008.

He was re-elected to represent Beauce on October 14, 2008, again receiving the largest majority of all MPs in Quebec.

Re-elected on May 2, 2011, he was appointed Minister of State for Small Business and Tourism.

Maxime Bernier was re-elected a fourth time in November, 2015, receiving more than 59% of the vote.

On August 23, 2018, he left the Conservative Party of Canada to sit as an independent MP and announced the launch of a new party. Read his full statement here.

TBOF Board Advisor - Dr. Byram BridleDr. Byram Bridle is an Associate Professor of Viral Immunology in the Department of Pathobiology at the University of Guelph.

His research program focuses on the development of vaccines to prevent infectious diseases and treat cancers, as well as studying the body’s immune responses to viruses.

The overall aim of Dr. Bridle’s research efforts is to develop safe and effective new therapies for people.

As a viral immunologist, Dr Bridle developments immunization strategies to precent infectious diseases and treat cancer.

www.drbyrambridle.com

TBOF Board Advisor - Danny BulfordDaniel (Danny) Bulford was born in Saskatchewan and raised in Northern Alberta. He grew up on a small farm 6 miles north of the small community of Bezanson, in the County of Grande Prairie, Alberta.

Daniel followed the family tradition and became a Police Officer with the Royal Canadian Mounted Police in August 2006. He joined the ranks of his father and two older brothers as Members of the Force, along with his oldest sister, another longtime employee of the RCMP.

After graduating the Depot training Academy in Regina, Saskatchewan, Daniel was posted to Whitehorse, Yukon (M Division). Daniel spent four years working on Whitehorse Detachment and was transferred to Mayo Detachment in December 2010. Daniel spent two and a half more years as a General Duty Police Officer in the community of Mayo before transferring to Ottawa.

In July 2013, Daniel was transferred to the RCMP National Division Emergency Response Team in Ottawa, Ontario. During his time on the National Division ERT, Daniel’s primary role was sniper / observer, with the majority of his time spent supporting the protection of the Prime Minister and other internationally protected persons.

Daniel officially resigned from the Royal Canadian Mounted Police on December 15th, 2021 after speaking out, on behalf of Mounties 4 Freedom, against mandated COVID-19 injections. Mounties 4 Freedom is a dedicated group of Regular Members of the RCMP publicly opposed to coercive mandates and discrimination against Canadians exercising their fundamental right to bodily autonomy.

TBOF Board Advisor - Former Constable Brian DenisonBrian was one of the 24 new recruits selected from over 3000 applicants to join the Calgary Police Service (CPS) in December 1997. This was his lifelong dream which he achieved in a very competitive environment during the 90’s.

After graduation from Police training Brian was posted to District 3 in Northwest Calgary where he gained valuable frontline Police training from very experienced officers. He also spent 4 additional years working the streets of the very busy district 4. During his time on street he also took on the role of Officer Coach to new recruits. Brian also was relied upon to perform the duties of Acting Street/team Sergeant as needed by the Service throughout many years of his career.

Brian applied for and was accepted as the Hate Crimes Coordinator with the CPS and spent 3 years in this position. He was able to infiltrate a national skinhead neo-Nazi hate group with an online presence which was at its height in 2009-2012. He assisted in a high profile murder investigation involving members of this same group. Brian also was a member of the Alberta Hate Crimes committee. During his years as the Hate Crimes Coordinator he continued in his education attending Hate crime conferences in Calgary, Ontario, and Saskatchewan.

In June of 2012, Brian transferred to become a member of the Downtown BEAT team where he primarily worked with the homeless population and took calls for service in District 1 in the Downtown core.

March of  2021 Brian returned to Frontline Policing in district 6 taking calls for service on the street. When the CPS  implemented their discriminatory Covid-19 Policy, he was unable to follow their unlawful and unethical Covid-19 mandates. Brian was openly vocal against these mandates and was suspended and charged with discreditable conduct and insubordination for upholding his oath of office as a Police Officer. This action ended his career, resigning on December 18th, 2021 after 24 years of service.

Brian is a member of a group of sworn and civilian CPS members called Frontline4Freedom.com. F4F also has a charitable arm that is helping those effected by job loss from these unethical mandates.

TBOF Board Advisor - Dr. Roger HodkinsonDr Hodkinson is a medical specialist in pathology, a graduate of Cambridge University and a Fellow of the College of American Pathologists (FCAP) and the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada (FRCPC).

During his long career he has had many leadership roles in Canadian medicine both provincially and nationally, including being a university teacher, national pathology board examiner, and laboratory accreditation inspector.

He was previously the President of the Alberta Society of Laboratory Physicians, an Assistant Professor in the Faculty of Medicine at the University of Alberta, and CEO of a large community based medical laboratory with a full menu of testing for infectious disease and virology.

He is currently the Chairman of an American biotechnology company active in DNA sequencing. But he is most proud of his role for many years in public health advocacy as Honorary Chairman of ASH, Action on Smoking and Health, which is the leading non-profit organization in Canada tackling the predatory marketing strategies of Big Tobacco, and for which he was made Citizen of the Year in Edmonton, Alberta.

TBOF Board Advisor - Dr. Eric PayneDr. Eric Payne is a pediatric neurologist and clinical researcher. He worked as a pediatric neurology and epilepsy consultant at Mayo Clinic in Rochester, MN from 2014-2020. He completed medical school and pediatric neurology residency at the University of Calgary and Alberta Children’s Hospital. He then pursued fellowship training in pediatric neuro-critical care and epilepsy at the Hospital for Sick Children in Toronto. He obtained a Master of Public Health from Harvard University. He is board certified in Pediatric Neurology (Fellow – Royal College of Physicians & Surgeons of Canada) and Clinical Electroencephalography (Canadian Society of Clinical Neurophysiologists). His research has focused on neuro-inflammation and improving long-term cognitive outcomes among children with refractory seizures and critical brain injury. He is also a member of the Canadian Covid Care Alliance.

TBOF Board Advisor - Dr. Patrick PhillipsPatrick Phillips is an emergency and family physician in Englehart, Ontario.

Throughout the course of the Covid-19 pandemic and the lockdowns he started to see some major harms that his patients were suffering from, that were not being picked up by public health officials. From missed cancer screenings resulting in terminal cancer diagnoses, to a surge in suicidal children, he knew he could not remain silent.

Despite guidance and edicts from the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Ontario ordering doctors to remain silent on the harms of lockdowns and vaccine adverse events, Dr Phillips continued to openly discuss the harms of lockdowns and vaccines, and the treatments that were proving useful in the medical evidence.

The College has since restricted his license and sent allegations to their tribunal for him to be disciplined, possibly resulting in a suspension or revocation of his medical license. Nevertheless, he continues to speak freely on medical evidence, and the importance of free and informed consent.

He is also a member of the Canadian Covid Care Alliance.

TBOF Board Advisor - Dr. Julie PonesseCanadian ethics professor Julie Ponesse worked at the University of Western Ontario for two decades. This past September, as the school year was about to begin, she lost her job. Because she opposes medical coercion. Because she declined a medical procedure known as COVID-19 vaccination.

Since then, Ponesse has written a 110-page book titled My Choice: The Ethical Case Against COVID-19 Vaccine Mandates. It observes that, rather than valuing independent thought, our world is instead becoming a monoculture.

There’s now one Anointed Truth™ on a wide range of topics – including rushed-to-market vaccine technologies. Anyone wishing to discuss, challenge, or disagree with an Anointed Truth™ is simply chased off the stage. Their concerns are never debated vigorously or seriously.
In Ponesse’s view, the past few years have been a “test of our social sensibilities, our tendencies towards both cohesion and ostracization, and above all a test of our morality.”

TBOF Board Advisor - Retired LTC David RedmanDavid Redman has worked with all orders of government and extensively with the private sector to develop emergency management in Alberta, Canada and North America.

Prior to work in EMA, he had a twenty-seven career as an officer in the Canadian Armed Forces. His military experience was predominately in command appointments in operational field positions, including three tours as a Commanding Officer, responsible for massive strategic, operational and tactical international logistical operations. These operations included but were not limited to the withdraw of all Canadian personnel and resources from Canadian Forces Europe in Lahr following the end of the Cold War; the withdraw of all Canadian United Nations personnel and resources from the Former Republic of Yugoslavia during the 1995 War; and the deployment of Canadian NATO Forces into Bosnia). During his military career, he served in nineteen geographic locations, including three NATO postings to Germany, a posting to California, and postings or employment in most Provinces and Territories in Canada. He also was deployed on operational tours in support of the United Nations and NATO; in Egypt in 1978, Croatia in 1995 and Bosnia in 1996.

David Redman joined the Government of Alberta in 2000. His first appointment was in Emergency Management Alberta in November 2000, first serving a year as the Director of Community Programs. In that capacity he was responsible for support to municipal government’s preparation, response and recovery to major emergencies and disasters throughout the province.

Following September 11, 2001, he was appointed as Director of Crisis Management Programs. In this capacity he was responsible for leading the development of the Alberta Counter-Terrorism Crisis Management Plan (ACTCMP). Once developed, he was appointed to lead the plan’s implementation and daily coordination across all orders of government and the private sector in Alberta. The plan fully integrated both the public sector and the private sector response to threats.

In January 2004, he became the Executive Director of EMA, responsible for leading all emergency management activities for the Government of Alberta, in response to Natural and Human Induced Hazards. In this capacity he has worked and briefed extensively to federal, provincial, municipal agencies and widely across all industry sectors. He has worked in depth with the federal and state government of the USA in the areas of Critical Infrastructure Protection and Emergency Management. He was responsible for the direction of Provincial Emergency Management of the devastating floods that hit Alberta in June 2005. In 2005, at the request of the Deputy Minister of Health, he led the update of the Alberta Pandemic influenza Plan. He held the Executive Director appointment until he retired from Public Service in December 2005.

For the next eight years he worked as a respected consultant in emergency management, working with both the public sector and private sector. During this period, he was frequently called upon by the Auditor General of Canada, as an Emergency Management Expert in the drafting of, conduct of and final report drafting of detailed federal audits. He retired fully in December 2013.

He has a Bachelor’s Degree in Electrical Engineering from the Royal Military College of Canada, and a Master’s Degree in Electrical Engineering from the United States Naval Postgraduate School. He is a graduate of both the Canadian Land Forces Command and Staff College, in Kingston, Ontario and the Canadian Forces Command and Staff College, in Toronto, Ontario.

Considered Canada’s foremost authority on the suitable implementation of Emergency Management (EM) measures during a crisis, Lt Colonel David Redman has worked with all orders of government and extensively with the private sector to develop emergency management in Alberta, Canada and across North America.

Prior to his work in EM, Redman had a twenty-seven career as an officer in the Canadian Armed Forces.

Following September 11, 2001, Premier Ralph Klein placed Redman in charge of Emergency Management Alberta, to write and implement the Alberta Crisis Management Counter-Terrorism Plan (ACTCMP).

Once developed, he was appointed to lead the plan’s implementation and daily coordination across all orders of government and the private sector in Alberta. The plan fully integrated both the public sector and the private sector response to threats.

Mr. Redman has vigorously opposed the misuse and abuse of the ‘C-19 emergency measures’ enacted across Canada, as being both an overreach of government and a violation of the Charter of Rights and Freedoms of Canadians.

TBOF Board Advisor - Dr. Jessica RoseBorn in Ottawa Canada, Jessica completed her Masters in Immunology and was then invited to Israel where she completed her PHD in Computational Biology and completed 2 post doctorate degrees, the 1st in Molecular Biology and the 2nd in Biochemistry.

Dr. Rose has recently co-authored (with Dr. Peter McCullough) a peer reviewed & published paper reviewing VAERS data and adverse events with young ‘vaccinated’ people showing an especially high incidence of myocarditis (inflammation and scaring of the heart).

Dr. Rose concluded that a faxed person under the age of 20, had 19x the chance of being hospitalized from a heart related adverse event than an unvaccinated person being hospitalized from Covid.

The medical journal that published the important paper withdrew it, with no comment, days prior to the FDA panel approving the vaccine for young children.

Dr. Jessica Rose is a Canadian researcher with a Master’s degree in Immunology.  She also holds a PhD in Computational Biology from Bar Ilan University and 2 Post Doctoral degrees: one in Molecular Biology from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem and one in Biochemistry from the Technion Institute of Technology.

She was also accepted for a 2-month program as a senior researcher at the Weizmann Institute prior to completion of her latest post doctoral degree at the Technion.  Her more recent research efforts are aimed at descriptive analysis of the Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS) data in efforts to make this data accessible to the public.

Vince GircysVincent comes from a family with law enforcement tradition and began his policing career with the Ontario Provincial Police in 1982. He was posted to Downsview Traffic Operations in the City of Toronto. The busiest freeway in North America.

His career saw a number of transfers and deployments including the ERT Emergency Response Team, Technical Traffic Collision Investigations, Forensic Reconstruction and Native Policing to Pikangikum, a troubled and remote isolated area within Ontario. He contributed 15 years as liaison to the O.P.P. Auxiliary team in Niagara recruiting and training volunteers to act in emergency capacity should the need arise due to un-anticipated circumstances.

As an instructor, he taught various aspects of Forensic Reconstruction to other police agencies including Toronto Police Services, Peel Regional Police Services, Waterloo Regional Police Services, Durham Regional Police Services , Niagara College and the O.P.P. training academy.

In addition to conducting over 5000 investigations, he reconstructed over 200 fatal collisions, testified on numerous occasions as an expert witness in the courts and retired as a recipient of the Exemplary Service Medal and Auxiliary Liaison Officer of the Year award.