Canadian Federalist Party

Welcome to a fresh Vision for a New Canada. This site includes goals and strategies for almost every area of governing our amazing country. Take some time to see if you agree with how to improve our nation. Want to enter politics... then come back often! Please tell your friends about us.

Latest Commentary Updates:

  1. July 1, 2018- CANADIAN HERITAGE 2018
  2. April 30, 2018- IS THE USA ALSO A MONARCHY?
  3. January 16, 2018- CANADIAN GOVERNMENT ATTACKS CHRISTIANITY
  4. December 15, 2017- CFP- 100 Year Vision: Canadian Spiritual Vision
  5. October 26, 2017- BONHOMME VS. HIJAB- Quebec Bill 62
  6. September 25, 2017- 2017 NEW ECONOMIC VISION CANADA
  7. August 17, 2017- CULTURAL HARMONIZATION AND ASSIMILATION
  8. July 12- 2017- BANK OF CANADA INTEREST RATE INCREASE
  9. Happy 150th Birthday Message - JULY 1, 2017 CUTURAL HARMONY
  10. February 2017- Islamophobia in CANADA- Motion 103 and Petition E-401
  11. Christmas Blessings- A Beautiful Concept- GOD's LOVE
  12. December 7, 2016- Electoral Reform Has BIG Dangers- Re-Inventing CANADIAN DEMOCRACY
  13. November 10, 2016- CANADA TRUMPED?- New Pathways Into Our Future
  14. October 1, 2016- WORLD LEADERS... WHERE IS YOUR WISDOM? - The medium is the message
  15. September 27, 2016- Canadian Technological Innovation- Canada's Vision
  16. July 12, 2016- Provider, Producer or Both? - Canada's Future
  17. June 29, 2016- Brexit: The Brits have cried out! - Cultures are sovereign to each peoples
  18. May 3, 2016 - Commentary: Euthanasia of Canadians - questionable Canadian political morality
  19. January 15, 2016 - Constitutional Amendment: Declaration of Canadian Spiritual Heritage, Responsibilities and Values

 

Canadian Spiritual Reality:
According to the Godly beliefs of our forefathers and founders, the Canadian Federalist Party recognizes both a human physical existence and a simultaneous eternal human spiritual existence. Our aim is to protect both forms of existence from conception to physical death while providing overall governing guidelines desired by the large majority of Canadians. Our goal is to re-form our institutions to respond to opportunities for improving the lifestyles and dignity of all Canadians.

 

CFP Policy Formation Agendas

*Foreign Policy Formation Agenda

CFP policy formation is a dynamic crucial component of a political party. Universities and students are invited to use these outlines for student research assignments which may be incorporated and published by the CFP. Students should use the Strategic Resources concepts of the CFP when developing their papers.

As a VIRTUAL political party, the CFP would welcome realtime parties to consider the CFP guidelines for their political programmes and agendas.

 

2016 Political Issues

Canada needs to face great issues during the next four years and Canadians need to let our potential leaders know what their priorities could be.

1. Environmental Recovery and Protection Strategies

Thousands of dead acres, millions of gallons of poisoned water, thousands of mutated fish and wildlife and millions of cubic miles of poisoned atmosphere across Canada are threatened due to past industrial pollution while industrial processes continue to increase this destruction of our environment. What is our national strategy!

2. North Sea Shipping Lanes

As ships multiply in the shipping lanes across northern Canada the potential for environmental pollution and disasters multiplies every day. What is our national strategy?

3. Canadian Economic Autonomy

Foreign sovereign wealth funds and huge industrial conglomerates are acquiring even more control over Canada’s economy. What is our national strategy?

4. Expanding Government Infrastructure

The size of the government sector in Canada has become a major financial burden on the private sector’s capacity to grow our economy and provide opportunities for Canadians. What is our national strategy?

5. Federal vs. Provincial vs. Regional vs. Municipal Taxation

Canadians pay higher taxes than practically every other nation on earth. This burden is overwhelming and driving families into their highest level of debt in our history. What is our national strategy?

6. Inequitable and Unfair Distribution of Wealth

The middle class is shrinking at an alarming rate and seniors are bankrupted years before their demise. What is our national strategy?

7. Education Continues to Deteriorate and Costs are Rapidly Rising

The quality of education has diminished and a majority of students and families can’t afford to educate themselves to world class standards. Public and High School policies continue to include non-academic subjects that sconflict with the values of the majority of Canadians which could be optional at a post-grad. level. What is our national strategy?

8. Health Care is Under-delivered and Overly Costly

Extraordinarily wealthy drug cartels and an obsolete infrastructure have jeopardized Canada’s health care at a time when its patient load is about to multiply. What is our national strategy?

9. Social Problems and Prison Expansion

Canada is making laws and increasing enforcement powers to such an extent that it appears that prisons are the government’s solution to our increasing social problems. What is our national strategy?

10. Military Security and Capabilities

With the longest coastline in the world, Canada’s small Navy is incapable of protecting it. Our military production industry is so small that we must import most of the needs of our armed forces and Coast Guard. A significant portion of our equipment throughout the services is obsolete. What is our national strategy?

11. Infrastructure Development

Canada has few roads and fewer year-round roads throughout our north. Highway upgrading and expansion is sorely needed. Rail networks are unsafe. Communications networks are over-loaded. Canals need updating. Power and energy resources are near their limits  What is our national strategy?

12. Cultural Assimilation

Canada’s global diversity of cultures has been creating tensions within communities for decades. We need national standards of values, ethics and loyalty that define the responsibilities shared by Canadians that enable us to grant everyone their rights and freedoms. What is our national strategy?

13. Global Peacekeeping

In respect to current battles in the Middle East, the CFP is of the opinion that Canadian military involvement is only of minor tactical value to our allies. Our goal is to stand down from this conflict at this time and use whatever resources we can apply to negotiate a total ceasefire and political settlement that leads to peace in these emabattled regions.

(see Commentaries: Is WWIII Inevitable in this Century)

 

CANADIAN OPPORTUNITIES:

There is no shortage of amazing opportunities that could be addressed by Canada's political leadership.

Here are 5 opportunities:

1. Incr. Family Net Worth

2. Minimal Income Tax

3. Preserve Cultural Heritage

4. Update Constitution

5. Quality Education

Click here to learn the CFP route to accelerated progress...

Three "Common Sense" Changes:

1. Deficits:

Wise Canadians live within their incomes. Governments must demonstrate restraint and prudence as well.

2. Policing:

Our police are integral members of every community. Their uniforms and behaviour should not be designed to intimidate. They should represent order, authority and responsible service to our communities. They should be bound by the same laws they enforce.

3. Self-Responsibility:

Individuals should accept full responsibility for their behaviour and any risk taking consequences should not be downloaded upon others.

Government should not try to force people to take no risks, instead government should promote safety and self-restraint.

People who become injured while tresspassing or involved in other unlawful or dangerous conduct or sports should relinquish their right to sue third parties.

 

 

CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT 2017

DECLARATION OF CANADIAN SPIRITUAL HERITAGE, RESPONSIBILITIES AND VALUES

(AN HISTORICAL CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT SUPERCEDING THE CHARTER OF RIGHTS AND FREEDOMS)

Every Canadian may seriously consider the benefical impact of this NATIONAL CULTURAL DECLARATION. This could provide the momentum to accelerate Canada into a 100 YEAR VISION.

What Makes a Canadian a CANADIAN?

There is much more to being a Canaian than being born within our borders or choosing to become one... (Read more)

 

Budget Opportunities 2016

The following table of Key Canadian Statistics reveals numerous opportunities to improve social economic fairness and equity across Canada. The most astounding data is that Canada's tax structure has limited our average net worth to 50% less than our American neighbours. Unprincipled Government debt growth has raised each family's share of the national debt to $93, 308. Within 10 years, the number of seniors will double and their incomes will be cut by 2/3rds. One in 5 workers (3.6 million) is a civil servant with financial security, yet 1.3 million workers can't find jobs in the private sector. Citizens provide three times the tax revenues vs. businesses and over 60% of these are foreign owned. We are not managing our society well when workers' incomes contribute half our GDP but pay over 70% of the taxes. Canadians need to see the changes that are needed.

Key Economic Data
Population 35.5 M 100 %
# Families 13.3 M 37.5%
Median Family Net Worth $230k  
# Seniors 65+ 5.6 M 15.8%
Labour Force 19.2 M 54.1%
Pubkic Sector 3.6 M 18.8%
Private Sector 15.6 M 81.2%
Employed 17.9 M 93.2%
Unemployed 1.3 M 6.8%
Students 7.0 M 19.7%
Median Family Income $990.9 B $74,500
Avg. CDN vs. USA Net Worth $30,700 -50.5%
Avg. USA Net Worth $46,200 100%
$CDN Assets/Per Capita $21.7 T $611,268
GDP/Worker $2.0 T $104,167
Fed. Gov. Debt/Worker $1.0 T $52,083
Prov. Gov. Debt/Worker $241.4 B $12,573
Tot. Gov.Debt/Family $1.2 T $93,308
Exports/Worker $159.0 B $8,281
Imports/Wprker $161.8 B $8,427
Federal Budget 2015/Worker $288 B $15,000
Est. 2015 Income Tax/Worker $180.6 B $9,405
Est 2015 Consumption Tax/W $50.2 B $2,615
Education Cost/Student $55 B $7,857

(Data Source: Statistics Canada)

"There is no HOPE in our past, only HOPE in our future."... Jim Reid CFP Founder

VISION for a NEW CANADA:

For more than 300 years, people have been arriving in Canada with a personal "VISION" for building a better life for themselves and their families. Our ancestors' immediate"STRATEGY" was to tame the wilderness and try to manage this vast country. By 1867 we created a "Constitution" that enabled us to establish rules and strategies for governing this new nation.

For the past 150 years, we have worked within our ancestors'guidelines, but now it is time for us to create our own "150 Year Vision" with rules and strategies that take into account the knowledge and skills acquired since then.

Canada is hampered by many 150 year old ideas that just hold us back. The time has come to build an amazing new future for our country.

We owe it to our children, grand-children and future generations to have a look into the future they could have. Please spend as much time as possible reading, studying and analyzing the materials in this website.

We are truly our future!

LEARN MORE ABOUT IDEAS THAT INTEREST YOU - CLICK YOUR FAVOURITE TOPIC BELOW:

HUMAN RESOURCES

FINANCIAL RESOURCES

PHYSICAL RESOURCES

CULTURAL SOVEREIGNTY

ECONOMIC SOVEREIGNTY ENVIRONMENT
EDUCATION FISCAL MANAGEMENT AGRICULTURE
EMPLOYMENT MONETARY MANAGEMENT NON-RENEWABLE RESOURCES
HEALTH CARE INFORMATION RESOURCES RENEWABLE RESOURCES
JUSTICE & FAIRNESS INTERNET FEDERALISM VS. PROVINCIALISM
FAITH/ RELIGION/ VALUES MEDIA GLOBAL ROLE
IMMIGRATION INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY INFRASTRUCTURE
TECHNOLOGICAL RESOURCES SPACE SCIENCES BIOTECHNOLOGY
SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH BASIS OF UNITY CFP AIMS
CFP CONSTITUTION CFP PRINCIPLES CFP CONSTITUENCIES

 

WHAT UPSETS CANADIANS?

In talking to hundreds of Canadians, we are unhappy or displeased with many things. Would you like to see changes in any of these things?

1. High Cost of Governments:

2. Low Quality of Government Services:

3. Poor Education:

4.Manipulated Party Politics:

Click here to see what changes most Canadians want...

 

 

Canadian Commentaries:

 

2017 NEW ECONOMIC VISION CANADA

CULTURAL HARMONIZATION AND ASSIMILATION

Islamophobia in CANADA

Electoral Reforms Has BIG Dangers

CANADA TRUMPED?

World Leaders… Where is your Wisdom?

Canadian Technological Innovation

Provider, Producer or Both?

Brexit: The Brits have cried out!

Euthanasia of Canadians

Regeneration of Canada's Institutions

Canada- Capitalist Secular Democratic State

*Is WWIII Inevitable in this Century?

* Federal Election 2015- Why Canada Changed Parties?

* Theocratic Warfare

* Canadian Resource Depletion Fund

* Why Canada Needs a New Political Party

* God Save Our Canadian Culture

* Should Canada Have Quantitative Easing?

* A New Vision For Canada's Economic Future

* Bankruptcy of Retiring Baby Boomers

* Monetary Expansion vs. Industrial Development

* Foreign Takeovers of Canada's Industrial Sectors

* Canadian Culture of Human Nobility

* Global Economic Turnaround

 

Check out "Bob the Beaver's BLOG" for more info...

         

 

 

Bob's Blog & Video
 

Bob the Beaver is the CFP's spokesperson. Enjoy his CDN insights into current affairs and issues that affect all Canadians and our future. Click the next line to visit Bob's hard-hitting Blogs.
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Bob the Beaver

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To manage our New Canada, we need a NEW PERSPECTIVE
Canada's FIVE Resources:

Every organization from a family to a nation must manage FIVE RESOURCES: Human Resources, Physical Resources, Technological Resources, Informational Resources and Financial Resources.

The CFP strongly believes that strategic management of these five resources is the key to Canada’s future..read more >>

 

The Growth of the CFP

By 1995, Canada's political leadership had been embroilled in scandals and party bickering for years. We were drifting towards American style politics with opponent bashing and media manipulation. Voters either voted as their parents voted or voted against the party leader.

Candidate campaigns became irrelevant and parliaments became filled with party "yes-men and yes women". Democracy was replaced by partisan party alliances with our growing civil services. The private sector, (general public), was no longer driving or directing Canada.

It was this separation of the people from politics and government that led to the CFP founder's conviction that Canada needed a new political entity for the next century.

The next ten years required a great deal of research and analyses to identify our opportunities and their obstacles. By 2005 a path and viable vision began to emerge.

Creating and establishing a new national governing party in Canada will likely take quite a few years.

This first phase involves establishing our values, principles and policies while spreading the awareness of the CFP to all corners of our great nation. To achieve this, the CFP will need your on-going mental support, ideas and referral to friends and acquaintances. (2010 -2015)

The second phase involves signing up members, registering with Elections Canada, forming riding associations and conducting a national convention, (2016-2020).

As an ordinary Canadian you can help the CFP bring integrity, vision and fairness to the next generation of Canadians by becoming involved in the present phase one.

By sending this website link to your friends, we will expand our hope for a brilliant future for Canada. (Just copy the link from your browser menu at the top of this screen into an e-mail.)

 

FREE ENTERPRISE DEMOCRATIC SOCIALISM: (FEDS)

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Few political parties have clear philosophical principles nowadays. You will know what the CFP stands for!

The CFP adheres to the moderate philosophical principles of:

  • Free Enterprise - the operation of free markets within Canada, plus government protections to limit unfair oligopolistic and monopolistic practices.
  • Democratic - majority rule and the public's right to vote for their political representatives and to join political parties that elect representatives from their membership.
  • Socialism - the belief that some government administered social programmes and income equalization programmes may be necessary to maintain equal opportunities, education, health care, infrastructure, etc. and to assist the less advantaged members of society and to ensure all citizens share the wealth from the public oversight and stewardship of Canadian natural resources.

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GET INVOLVED A

LITTLE OR A LOT

  1. Read our PRINCIPLES in the CFP Constitution.
  2. Read KEY POLICIES that interest you.
  3. Send us a note to agree or disagree and add what you would like us to consider.
  4. Send by e-mail or social media our CFP's website link to all your associates, friends or acquaintances.
  5. Become a CFP volunteer in this grass roots Canadian political movement.
  6. Help us financially with our operating expenses. (You should know that we have freely volunteered our time to get the party designed and developed to this point.)
  7. Whenever anyone complains about our government, be sure to tell them to check out the Canadian Federalist Party!

TRANSPARENCY

The CFP believes that our members and adherents have a right to have access to and understand the party's long-term beliefs, values and policy directions. Use the following links to view clear statements in these many areas of Canadian governance:

1. Agriculture 2. Biotechnology 3. Cultural Sovereignty 4. Economic Sovereignty 5. Education 6. Employment 7. Environment 8. Faith/ Religion/ Values 9. Federalism & Provincialism 10. Financial Resources 11. Fiscal Management 12. Global Role 13. Health Care 14. Human Resources 15.Immigration 16. Informational Resources 17. Infrastructure 18. Intellectual Property 19. Internet 20. Justice & Fairness 21. Media 22. Monetary Management 23. Non-Renewable Resources 24. Party Constitution 25. Physical Resources 26. Renewable Resources 27. Scientific Research 28. Space Sciences

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FOUNDING OF THE CFP:

The CFP began as an essay in 1995 by the founder (Jim Reid) that addressed the growth of political opportunism and increasing lack of faith in Canada's politicians and political parties at that time. In 2005, a concerned senior level civil servant became interested in the founder's ideas and provided a rough political party outline and contributed several important papers.

By 2007, after encouragement from many politically astute Canadians, a strategy was developed regarding the formation of a viable new political party for this century. This led to the launch of this web site in 2010.

Until the timing is right, the CFP may not evolve into a full-fledged Political Party , but hopefully the values and principles of the CFP will be adopted by existing Canadian Parties. Emerging parties in other nations who want secular democracy are welcome to adopt CFP and FEDS values, principles and policies.

A foundation of the CFP is that Canadians must be able to access and understand the basic values, principles and vision of their political leaders. This can only be done in writing so that the party can be held accountable for their actions and decisions.

This website includes two main entry points to our Vision of Canada's future: "Key Policies" and "Canada's Resources".

You are invited to take the time to review these writings and contribute your ideas and perceptions.

May "God keep our land strong and free!"

JR

         

OFFICIAL VIRTUAL LAUNCH DATE: "CANADA DAY - JULY 1, 2010"

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