1961 - Born in British Columbia.
1991 - Married Alida Stad. They have eight children.
Anthony experienced a variety of education systems; three years of formal education in a Public School, then in a private school, and secondary education through correspondence courses.
1984 - He moved to Manitoba and entered the University of Manitoba, where he obtained a Bachelor of Arts Degree. He majored in History and minored in Politics. He was one course short of achieving a second minor in the Classical Languages namely: Greek, Hebrew and Latin.
Anthony and his wife have chosen to home educate their children on their 40-acre hobby farm in the Selkirk-Interlake area.
In his teen years he worked as a foreman at Bulkley Valley Farm Supplies and operated his father's farm.
After his university training he entered the world of construction and is now self-employed in the construction industry. He has been supervisor, foreman and contractor on several major commercial construction sites. He has worked in ten different native communities and reserves. He has been the leader and president of various teen and young adult groups in his local church community. Several summer months were spent serving the handicapped in a residence near New Westminster, B.C. He has also volunteered in mission work and other projects in native communities.
His main hobby and interest is politics and history.
"I believe in deregulating government control and giving the family, church and state their own biblical jurisdictions in which they recognize each other, and do not intrude into each other's jurisdictional boundaries. I am convinced that our taxes are much too high -- if God requires a 10% tithe of us, there's no way the state is worth more!"