Kim Purdy is president of CFACT Canada.
For over a decade, Kim has been actively involved in challenging political agendas that kindle climate change fear and alarmism. Fearless, in her pursuit, Kim was one of the first anti-global warming activists to sound the alarm in Canada that this fear mongering and the accompanying sustainable development rhetoric was a front for a more dangerous globalist agenda.
Kim’s diverse background as a former cattle rancher, international business entrepreneur and land developer provided her with a unique perspective of how this agenda using climate change alarmism would affect the economy, the food chain, and the quality of life of every Canadian. As a mother and grandmother she undertook the task to bring awareness so future generations will have the freedoms and opportunities to prosper.
The skills that provided her success in business have made her a successful and well-respected grassroots organizer and mobilizer who seamlessly works well with the grassroots, business, political and media communities on these issues.
Kim is not a climate scientist. She is a well-read and informed supporter and friend to many in the global climate science community. She successfully uses social media, to reach out across the country and the globe to educate and inform by posting their data, research and videos that provide clarity and common sense against this politicized climate crisis. In this effort, Kim has supported, founded and managed hundreds of Facebook pages and has helped, promoted and organized conferences, movie showings, and various events with CFACT, Freedom Talk, Climate Depot, and Friends of Science.
Kim’s tireless advocacy and work with CFACT has been recognized and she has been honored as the First President of the newly formed CFACT Canada. In this role, she plans to continue spreading the word, and promote real science and common sense in this seemingly crazy world.
Kim’s ability to shut out the political noise and unnecessary distractions has enabled her to maintain focus on the holy grail of democracy: Freedom. Freedom for all, today and for generations to come.