Guest Info

Monique Leal is a passionate Canadian citizen journalist and activist who fearlessly uncovers the untold and unfiltered narratives of individuals that mainstream media often suppresses. 

Her mission is to advocate for human rights, parental rights, and the freedom of all individuals. Through her work, she aims to shed light on the real struggles and stories that need to be heard, empowering voices that have been marginalised and overlooked.

About the Show

In this episode, Rajan Nazran engages in a thought-provoking conversation with Monique Leal, a courageous Canadian citizen journalist and activist. In this episode, we delve into the perception of our rights as citizens of a nation and how the pandemic has profoundly impacted our understanding of the actual cost of “freedom.”

Monique has taken a stand and started her own Independent Journalism Platform, driven by her deep love for Canada and its values of beauty and freedom. However, she has witnessed a troubling degradation in the country’s administration and rule, leading to a loss of trust and hope. Through her experiences, she sheds light on the fear and anger simmering beneath the surface, seeking an outlet for expression.

The pandemic brought unsettling incidents to light, including empty field hospitals and misplaced ICU admissions, which eroded faith in the government’s handling of the crisis. As she bravely speaks out, Monique faced isolation in her battle, with even friends and family reluctant to support her cause.

Furthermore, implementing MAID, allowing euthanasia for Mental Health patients, further fueled her critical perspective on the government’s decisions.

Tune in to this powerful podcast to gain deeper insights into the state of affairs in Canada and explore the complexities of freedom and citizenship in the face of adversity.

Produced by Global Indian Series for the Global Indian Network.

Script by Rajan Nazran
original idea: Rajan Nazran

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