Our Platform

The primary role of government is the protection and advancement of individual rights and freedoms.

COVID-19

Lockdowns and passports didn’t protect the vulnerable.  They infringed on rights protected under the Charter, ruined jobs and businesses and harmed families, while making profits for those connected to pharmaceutical interests.  Emerging data shows that vaccines have questionable efficacy and safety.  Inquiries are needed – immediately – before failed methods continue or restart.

Our plan:

Lift all provincial vaccine mandates and other emergency-oriented measures.  Vaccination status disclosure will return to voluntary.  This approach will uphold Charter rights.

Due to increasing evidence of vaccine harms, halt the vaccine program until an investigative task force completes its work. This task force will consist of a panel of 12 experts, including half who are for and half who are against the current program, and will be adjudicated by a judge or judges. Experts will present facts, data and research in a fully transparent public hearing.  This process will arrive at conclusions from which sound policy decisions can be made. 

Conduct a public inquiry into the reliance on detecting Covid-19 by way of the PCR test, and whether it was correct to replace essential aspects of the doctor/patient relationship with this test.  Examine how the test may have led to a disproportionate impression of the harms being suffered from the disease.

Cease government-sponsored advertising and marketing for Covid-19 vaccines.  End travelling vaccine clinics.

Introduce legislation that requires all employers to rehire and reinstate, without prejudice or conditions, all employees who were terminated or placed on unpaid leave due to their choices in response to vaccine mandates. Employers will be barred from requesting disclosure of private health information for all current employees and future hires. Post-secondary students will be readmitted to programs without penalty or subjected to waitlists for programs enrolled in at the time of their dismissal.

Publicly publish all current Covid-19 vaccine data reports, including vaccine injury and death reports, from pharmaceutical companies, Health Canada, the WHO, the CDC, and other vaccine adverse event reporting systems.  Conduct a robust review of vaccine injury reporting systems and ensure that doctors are reporting potential harms immediately and without censorship or reprisal.

Introduce early treatment options for Covid-19, along with education about the positive effects of proper nutrition, body weight and vitamin levels.  Launch an investigation into why safe and inexpensive drugs were made unavailable to physicians treating the disease and why some were reprimanded for administering these effective medicines. Support funding to market preventative education and early treatment of disease.

End all mandatory masking for public places, allowing it to be voluntary only.  Investigate and release information about the efficacy of masking to prevent viral transmission.  Hospitals may require staff to wear PPE in isolation rooms in accordance with pre-Covid 19 practices.

Support legislation to prevent the reintroduction of lockdowns and mandates.  Follow the recommendations of the Great Barrington Declaration by protecting the vulnerable while allowing society to operate normally. 

End the requirement of asymptomatic testing of healthy people for employment and for visitors in all healthcare and employment settings.  Hospitals and healthcare settings will not require mandatory Rapid Antigen Testing on asymptomatic visitors, although visitors may voluntarily choose to undergo a test.  Visiting restrictions temporarily put in place for Covid-19 will end.

We support legal actions, against all responsible parties, of those who:

  • Suffered confirmed vaccine injuries, or deaths of loved ones, especially where Covid-19 vaccines were taken under duress or threat from policies or mandates. 
  • Were prevented from visiting family members during the end of their lives.

Launch a public inquiry into the money trail of politicians and health officials who have profited from Covid-19 vaccine mandates, lockdowns and other government emergency measures.

Determine if fraudulent claims were made by vaccine manufacturers as to the safety and efficacy of their vaccines, and if fraudulent statements were made by public officials or media about the vaccines.  If so, launch legal action against the responsible individuals, groups or companies.

Adamantly oppose any notion of a treaty with the WHO or other international body impacting our sovereignty and/or supremacy of Ontario’s powers to handle current or future public health disease outbreaks.  Consider legal action against the federal government and Health Canada if needed to protect Ontario’s interests.

Investigate and reform the Ontario healthcare system in order to prevent the recurrence of unethical or failed policies made in response to Covid-19 (See the Health Care platform for details of proposed measures).

Healthcare

Our plan:

Investigate and reform the Ontario healthcare system in order to prevent the recurrence of unethical or failed policies made in response to Covid-19.  Measures will include: 

  • A public inquiry into the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Ontario (CPSO), including how doctors were threatened or lost their licences due to, but not limited to, the following: questioning Covid-19 measures; advocating for medical exemptions; administering or recommending safe early treatment methods.  
  • Dismantling and restructuring the CPSO, the College of Nursing and the College of Pharmacology, to ensure that doctors and nurses put the needs of patients first without undue interference from these government bodies.  Critically review regulatory college decisions for overreach, analyze evidence used in malfeasance determinations, and correct inappropriate changes to long-standing guidelines and principles.
  • Examination of administrative restructuring, and the equal-weighted inclusion of more health care professionals from all modalities of health (such as Naturopathic Doctors, Chiropractors, Nutritionists, etc.). 
  • Support increased education, as well as alternative and preventative health and wellness practices.
  • Create strong firewalls within institutions and regulatory colleges that prevent conflicts of interest.
  • Reinstate proper fully informed consent to patients so that they can be aware of all options and risks.  Ontario healthcare will not make recommendations or have the ability to mandate in either public or private sectors.  Rather, its scope will be to present an unbiased view of the facts and the different health modalities that are available for the patient’s consideration.

Agriculture

Our plan:

  • Promote and encourage individual, community and locally supported agriculture and regenerative farming practices. 
  • Critically review agriculture regulatory policies and practices. 
  • Ban genetically modified and engineered products and supporting nutritionally intrinsic whole foods gardening.

Charter Rights

Our plan:

Review of what evidence the government used to institute emergency-level measures in responses to COVID-19, that led to the overriding of essential individual rights enshrined in our Charter of Rights and Freedoms.

Democracy

Our plan:

Demand public inquiry on the money trail of politicians and health officials who have profited from Covid-19.

Allow for a 60 day writ period and confirmed candidates before voting takes place.

Information Technology

Our plan:

  • Cancel the currently planned launch of Digital ID due to the threat to privacy and personal liberty.
  • End any censorship on social media by government agencies and bring in legislation to stop the censorship of Social Media posts by tech companies unless there is a direct threat of violence or the post exhibits pornography.
  • Halt the rollout/use of 5G due to health risks.  Initiate an investigative task force. This task force will consist of a panel of 12 experts, including half who are for and half who are against the 5G, and will be adjudicated by a judge or judges. Experts will present facts, data and research in a fully transparent public hearing.  This process will arrive at conclusions from which sound policy decisions can be made. 

Our Principles

The primary role of government is the protection and advancement of individual rights and freedoms.

All people must enjoy equality of opportunity,  and equality before the law.

To promote and advance a moral, ethical society.

A functional, prosperous society must advance and promote families by honouring the choices of Mothers and Fathers.

To protect and promote the right of the individual to act in accordance with their conscience and only be constrained by not directly harming others.

To protect and promote that everyone has the right to the use and enjoyment of private property and shall not be deprived of this right except in accordance with the law and with just compensation.

To promote and be proud of our Canadian history, heritage, culture, and values.


KEY TAKEAWAYS

  • Government exists to support individual rights and freedoms.
  • All people are equal before the law.

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