Picture of Kyle Kemper provided

Picture of Kyle Kemper provided

Kyle Kemper — son of Fried Kemper and Margaret Trudeau and half-brother to Prime Minister Justin Trudeau — describes himself as a visionary strategist, technologist, artist, and family man.

He has openly opposed much of what Trudeau stands for and has actively criticized his half-brother on social media on a number of occasions.

Kemper also identifies as a staunch evangelist and promoter of liberty and informed consent. He stands behind his belief that COVID-19 is “more about control and centralization of power and not about health and wellbeing.”

The serial entrepreneur in the world of cryptocurrency says he is “committed to seeing the world have an easy and secure way to use and benefit from crypto, NFTs (non-fungible tokens) and blockchain while ensuring it’s a technology for liberty and value creation.”

A lover of dance, human connection and radical self-expression, Kemper is a key member of the decentralized dance party — a group that throws giant street parties in public spaces with the aim of unifying people through music and dance. 

On the family side, Kemper and his wife Brittany have 4 children and currently reside in San Diego, California — a recent move he said was necessary to escape the draconian measures set by the Trudeau government in Canada.

Tune in to the Western Standard for an exclusive interview with Kyle Kemper Thursday, January 27 @ 7:00 p.m. MST.

Melanie Risdon is a reporter with the Western Standard

Reporter (Alberta)

Melanie Risdon is an Alberta Reporter for the Western Standard and Alberta Report based in the Calgary Headquarters. She has over 20 years’ experience in media at Global News, Rogers and Corus.

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