An Evening with Aaron Gunn


The Victoria Conservative Association invites you to a special event featuring outspoken taxpayer advocate Aaron Gunn.

Join fellow Conservatives to hear Aaron's frank perspective on local and federal issues.

His views on taxes, affordability, and Canada's place in the world have garnered over 25 million video views online, and have earned him the reputation of one of Canada's leading conservative commentators. 

A local Victoria resident, Aaron is an outspoken critic of City Councillor Ben Isitt and Mayor Lisa Helps, whether it's about removing Sir John A's statue from City Hall, or banning horse-drawn carriages.

About Aaron Gunn

Aaron is an advocate for taxpayers and common sense. Throughout his work and notably in his role as Spokesperson for BC Proud, Aaron has been a voice for citizens across British Columbia and Canada.

Since 2017, thousands of Canadians have joined his movement to bring sanity and common sense back to our province and country.

Aaron’s viral videos have targeted, among others, the Insurance Corporation of British Columbia (ICBC) for dramatically raising rates on BC drivers; Victoria Mayor Lisa Helps for tearing down the statue of Sir John A. Macdonald; the stigma around resource development in Canada; and Prime Minister Justin Trudeau for his massive deficits and obsession with political correctness.


Throughout, Aaron has demonstrated his commitment to lower taxes, less waste and a stronger Canada. With over 25 million video views on Facebook, his advocacy has reached all corners of the country.

Prior to his work for BC Proud, Aaron worked for the Canadian Taxpayers Federation (CTF) where he founded and became Executive Director of the Generation Screwed initiative, fighting back against government debt and its impact on future generations.

By the end of his tenure at the CTF, Generation Screwed had achieved a considerable online following and established a physical presence at over 30 university campuses across Canada.

Aaron has a Bachelor’s Degree of Commerce from the University of Victoria. He served three years in the Canadian Army Reserves and operated his own company, which he founded at age 15, for over ten years. Victoria, BC is home.


July 13, 2019 at 12pm - 1pm