Born in our nations capital to a homemaking mother, and an RCMP father, Roy Whyte has lived in Surrey BC for twenty years.
Roy is a security professional by trade, whose work has included terms with the RCMP, casinos, and both public and private security agencies. Past work experience includes 3 years as a chauffeur and 3 years operating a Bobst die cutter.
This former track and field star is a graduate of both the school of hard knocks and an inner city college. Some awards won include military top athlete for basic training, and numerous medals and records on the track oval.
By choice, Roy lives in an economically depressed area with his beautiful and always supportive better half because of the like-minded individuals that refuse to leave for what others see on the surface.
Roy Whyte is a founding member and the current president of the Canadian Democratic Movement (CDM). The CDM is a grassroots democracy advocacy group that is fighting for democratic reforms. The CDM has taken the lead role in reaching out to other small grassroots organizations to forge alliances to help strengthen and preserve Canadian democracy and sovereignty.
Current projects include the CDM, penning a book or two, and starting up cross-country non-partisan citizen discussion groups. Roy is currently doing some work for the Aurora Institute for Corporate Studies and volunteers whenever possible with local independent media services.
This trained marine firefighter is looking to re-ignite Canadian nationalism and pride - before it's too late.