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    WELCOME to the TP-CCC UNITE the RIGHT website

    This website, http://webspace.webring.com/people/oc/canconclutrupat, was created on Wed. Jan. 17, 2001 when it was finally decided that the Eastern Regional based - Canadian Conservative Club website, born http://www.geocities.com/CapitolHill/Lobby/1997 on Apr. 27, 1997 in Fredericton, New Brunswick from the federal riding of Fredericton, would merge units with the Western Regional based - True Patriot website, born http://www.geocities.com/CapitolHill/Senate/1997 on June 03, 1997 in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan from the federal riding of Saskatoon-Rosetown-Biggar. The unification of both websites, thankfully through bonding via co-operative efforts during the 2000 Canadian Federal Election after a horrible rivalry during the 1997 Canadian Federal Election that left one site down most of the election, amazingly came through as a way for us to take advantage of the then Geocities (now Yahoo's) deal to move from the former Capitol Hill addresses to the current better situation of sub-domain names.

    As well, it allowed the joint relationship between Reformed and Progressive Conservatives online where all Canadian Conservatives could be welcomed including many conservatives outside of these two parties (Democratic Representatives, Bloc Quebecois, Christian Heritage, Canadian Action, Libertarian, Rest of Canada and Confederation of Regions) who want a voice in the House of Commons too. This might just be their only open and free voice on the matters they wish to air to the Canadian public. A political parlour, where ideas could be shared and debates could be dared. This is, when all policies and principles are boiled down, about Conservatives working together to put Canadians interests first. From 1997 to today, this website has become a united effort of conservative activists seeking to get conservatives elected at all levels of government, to promote conservative issues and values, and to defend the original Canadian Constitution. It has been the open park soapbox for the true blue independent, grassroots conservatism member of and for Canadian Alliance, Democratic Representatives and Progressive Conservatives since the major media has blocked off access to that park and our right to that free speech by buying and spending all of its free space.

    After the 2000 election, however, the other fringe or regional parties like Bloc Quebecois, Christian Heritage, Canadian Action, Libertarian, Rest of Canada and Confederation of Regions just weren't being covered in the conventional news forums and had to have their opinions known in an alternative news political arena such as this. It enables citizens an online community of like minded people who are concerned about the state of the country using free, uncensored discussion of the economic, political, and social issues in Canada along with its identity, current events, politics, national and foreign affairs and culture. It always attempts to be open-minded, accepting and reproducing views of conseratives, moderates alike and even liberals. This is a All Canadian People's Forum: a place to speak out on Canada and be heard by Canadians: Canadians citizens question period to the their Canadian government.

    So, make sure to invite as many Conservatives across Canada from the West Coast to the East Coast, from the Far North cold freeze to the Close South heat wave, invite them here to the TP-CCC online by mass emailings or just email a pal and tell them the parties are in the house. This True Patriot - Canadian Conservative Club has been the leader on Canadian Conservatism online since 1997 and is looking to make it another future five years of uniting Canadian Conservatives and the Right Wing of Canada for a full decade. The wave of the bright future is a return to the glorious past and with a fundamental objective inside our Real Fresh New Start, issues that help this multicultural society we call Canada, which conserves its forefathers past, rights and freedoms founded on the belief that God is our creator and as maker of all people helps to create our rules within our constitution, allows us to care for the young, the old, the low incomed, the unemployed, the impoverished, the sick, the disabled and the unprotected, through more creation of jobs and wages of income, less unemployment and taxes and free one tier universal health care which was and always will be one of the services the majority of Canadians want and need which must be maintained as the sole responsibility of our government, society and family via strong social conservative spending for the family.

    With debt, deficit reduction and tax cuts made from the deletion of services the minority of Canadians want and need, along with the destruction of the GST and NAFTA, increase minimum wages and income salaries, decreased job reductions and layoffs, we will be able to create a fair and equalized budget that will still allow us to care for all peoples yet do so cost effectively so all of Canada wins. We must make both the public sector and private sector accountable for irresponsible spending and wasting of taxpayer dollars. Public through stronger government management creating more jobs and less waste not through privatization or downsizing by giving up needed institutions for the public for private profit gouging or implimenting public paid user fees and private through stronger government legistlation creating safer business management and ethical pricing practices. As well, we must remember the past as far back as the common sense of the 1950's, when corporations and individuals split the income tax bill 50/50 and now it is closer to 93/7. This is a ratio we must exterminate immediately and replace with either a flat tax rate, which would cobweb the 5 percent high income and 3 per cent general surtax or a rate that would give the average Canadian individual, who has become the poor oppressed grassroot minority, a break and leave the majority burden of tax on the wealthy, rich corporate Canadian CEO who would be left shouldering the cost of government and society which would be fair to all peoples quite like the capital gains taxes. This measurement would decrease the ever-growing gap between the rich and poor in Canada.

    There would be no dismantling of the federal government or cuts to needed programs by the citizens, just accountable budgeting to make sure things are run effectively, efficiently and correctly. Systems like social assistance and equalization payments wouldn't need to be cut if people earned more money, businesses created more jobs and provinces had more income and bigger budgets thus, until needed, the systems would be deemed useless by themselves when the people and provinces, because of self-successfulness, no longer need them but won't be cut until then. This allows the true united Canadian Conservative government to satisfy three major public demands: balancing the federal budget, lower federal taxes, and protect or possibly even enhance education and medicare federally along with other services - all ideas that can be intellectually supportable by any Canadian Conservative across the nation so to achieve a better and brighter Canada to achieve a balanced book, stronger set of values and understanding of culture. As well, all government functions would be kept out, banned for life as it would be, of the business of private sector due to possible conflicts of interest and basic ethical standards. This would allow the government to create itself as a second ombudsman measure to keep the interests of those that elected and pay for them to themselves only - the people.

    The 21st century belongs to a United Canadian Conservative Right that allows these traditional values to be a part of their official campaign and election platform where less government when Liberal and more government when Conservative should be the equation to creating steps towards making an independent people who can depend on themselves via referendum and majority rules legislation. When communications are created and not blocked between voter and party, these are the ideas our grassroots Canadian Conservative individual, not your smokey backroom fat old boys politics CEO, stand for and really want. Policy and principle aren't and shouldn't be developed in secrecy by executive and a handpicked group of policy advisors and policy institutes, no the distinctive democratic nature of Canadian Conservatism, even when reformed, it's the grassroots, the populist, the people that drive the party and its policies and principles. They are the ones that sign up, join, put forward policy resolutions and eventually get to a National Assembly. That's why the Canadian Conservative's ideas are so broadly accepted across the country. It's because they weren't generated in an advertizing backroom somewhere, they were generated in town halls in cities or in forums on online websites like you there right here, right now, and it's this kind of grassroots operation that will eventually make a Canadian Conservative government reflective of mainstream Canadian values.

    Not the Liberals and Jean Chretien who kept most Liberal MPs in the dark about its party policy and principle specifics changing its very Liberal Party constitution right up until the day they unveil their Red Book platforms to the general public and their own very MPs. The delegates at their assembly never get to see it and never approved such campaign promises. Constituencies who have submitted resolutions for consideration at party conventions have had them criticized for being "nonsensical", "unacceptable", and "a serious contradiction of our policies" in written comments by Chretien and his committee of policy advisers. Not surprisingly, with this kind of discouragement from the party leadership, not many resolutions originating with the grassroots have ever got to be official party policy and so is the plight of the Liberal Party member who is forced to toe party line no matter how much it hurts their honest conscience. Our belief is that cuts can be done without really undermining anything that really matters to Canadians if made correctly to certain programs at certain times to nothing drastic yet anything needed that has been specifically specified as a waste by the people and the government, which creates an environment that breeds trust not the Canadian public's view of the Liberal's suspicious, disbelievable and overall treachorous 'trust me' ways. Unlike the Liberals, a true Canadian Conservative government would find new money in additional savings from misused programs, it would not allow Canadians to have to pay for all their waste instead only have them pay a minimum tax for maximum use with only programs essentially needed by them kept locked and secure from any budget cut until the majority show, through poll or referendum, that they no longer need it and would just waste their tax dollars if it was still in effect.

    The reason both of the websites got into vocal activist politics was because the people behind then were disappointed over the changes happening in this country, our country, that we and the people using the websites wanted to be able to reverse them and make a better Canada through public solutions to social programs via knowledge of a higher power who helped to create this land we live in. Hopefully, through small talks into the night and big speeches through the day, a coalition can be created here, a deal can be struck and this place will have historically brought the warring factions of the CA, DR and PC together and perhaps even an agreement can be struck amongst other conservative grassroots populist fringe parties to join under one massive conservative tent working hand in hand towards the goal of a true UA and strong bid to defeat the Federal Liberals for next election.

    Thank you for your time, fellow Canadian Conservatives.
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    September Eleven Two Thousand and One
    Pray For The U.S.A., Israel and Canada
    America Under Attack
    God Bless America
    9-11-2001

    Canadian Grassroots FINALLY get heard!

    Canadian Grassroots

    Canadian Grassroots .ca is a non-partisan membership organization dedicated to ensuring that there are truly grassroots based major political parties in Canada at the federal and provincial levels. As The Voice of Grassroots Canadians, Canadian Grassroots .ca want true representative democracy both in our parties, and in our country. Canadian Grassroots .ca want to be able to elect our party leaders, national councils, local riding boards of directors, Members of Parliament, and Senators in an open and democratic fashion, based upon one vote per member, and to have a say in all major decisions affecting our lives, our local communities, and our country. Canadian Grassroots .ca are a faith-based, non-partisan, multi-partisan, grassroots political lobby, legal services, consulting, and communications organization. Canadian Grassroots .ca believes that democracy is not a spectator sport, but that tyranny is and that those who choose to not participate in the political process are destined to be ruled by those who do participate and that democracy is when governments fear the people, tyranny is when the people fear the government so Canadian Grassroots .ca asks do you want to contiue to be enslaved and manipulated by them. Instead, Canadian Grassroots .ca wants to empower millions of concerned non-elite citizens, and a few elite citizens that believe in something other than money. Canadian Grassroots .ca remembers the Reform movement was born in the late 80's and early 90's to establish a new, innovative grassroots-driven major political party. It was our intention to create a permanent democratically based political party that could be respected, trusted, compassionate and competent. Canadian Grassroots .ca, the founders of the Reform movement, recognized the extent to which the arrogant elitist top-down pyramid style party politics of the Liberals and Conservatives had corrupted our Canadian democracy. Canadian Grassroots .ca asks you to please join with us now, and help us create democracy in our political parties, and in our country.

    Feel free to finally have you voice heard at Canadian Grassroots .ca, fellow TPs and CCs.
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    Free Dominion TRIES to bring PRINCIPLED Conservatism!

    Free Dominion

    Free Dominion .ca is a Canadian conservative news forum dedicated to ensuring a site for the discussion of conservative philosophy, and a resource for conservative activism. As The Voice of Principled Conservatism, Free Dominion .ca want to make their primary focus Canada and international events affecting Canada. Free Dominion .ca interests are Canadian, our pursuit is liberty, and our principles are conservative. Free Dominion .ca is a place to discuss and analyze political news stories without the intellectual encumbrances imposed by political correctness. Free Dominion .ca is a forum designed for those who wish to read and to speak, to learn and to teach, to agree and to argue. Free Dominion.ca exists to encourage the development and dissemination of Canadian Conservative ideas concerning the principles and traditions of a free and ordered Canadian Conservative society. Free Dominion .ca is the creation of a disparate collection of Canadian Conservative academics, journalists, authors, and activists whose views range from Canadian conservatism to libertarianism. Free Dominion .ca works because liberals cannot control content on a political website on the internet, as they do with the old style media. Liberalism cannot successfully be promoted on a serious internet forum because the usual liberal debating ploys don’t work in the unforgiving environment of a public text debate. Also, Free Dominion .ca believes the internet is unique in that it may be the only venue in which a reasoned conservative argument trumps a socialist rant and that in cyberspace, you can't hear a liberal scream. Free Dominion .ca asks have you had enough yet? If not, please join and support Free Dominion .ca today.

    Feel free to finally have you voice heard at Free Dominion .ca, fellow TPs and CCs.
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    The Conservative Party of Canada UNITED the RIGHT!

    Conservative Party of Canada

    This website, originally created by members of the Reform Party (now Canadian Alliance) and the Progressive Conservative Party from Fredericton, New Brunswick (Fredericton) and Saskatoon, Saskatchewan (Saskatoon-Rosetown-Biggar), had only one goal in mind - uniting the right in Canada and has now expanded to grassroot webnest headquarters in Calgary, Alberta (Calgary Centre), Brent, Ontario (Renfrew-Nipissing-Pembroke) and Halifax, Nova Scotia (Halifax) also. As representatives of the Canadian Unite the Right Conservative movement, 7 websites across Canada took part in a poll for grassroot members from every major conservative party in Canada and collect data which could possibly help for the creation of one whole united alternative to the current Liberal dictatorship harming our Canadian democracy. The data came directly from online polls located on websites based in seven Canadian cities:
  • Saskatoon, SK
  • Fredricton, NB
  • Calgary, AB
  • Rouyn-Noranda, QB
  • Kamloops, BC
  • London, ON
  • Winnipeg, MB
    The Codes to each poll were applied, secured and closed by True Patriot - Canadian Conservative Club staff and volunteers sworn to conflict of interest, bias and corruption oaths to prevent any sabbotage to the sensitive raw data. The polling started exactly one minute after the end of the day Mon. Nov. 27, 2000 and ended one minute after the end of the day Tues. Nov. 27 2001, making this a full year long online project. Together it polled approximately less than 25% of the official number registered as "conservatives" in Canada (actual percentage was at 21.9 percent).

    It was made before this united site of http://webspace.webring.com/people/oc/canconclutrupat/ was launched and before the two websites, True Patriot/Canadian Alliance camp and Canadian Conservative Club/Progressive Conservative camp, merged leaving only 5 centres to poll out of in Canada and allowed the data taken from the two defunct areas to multiply their one month totals by 12 so they could join the study's statistics. That being said, the constants stayed steady in this exercise yet the results overwhelmed and surprised us all in our Unite the Right movement, so much so that we have decided to change our idea on what is the best route for a united conservative governing alternative for Canada. We believe this information will also shock those of you truly interested in this national problem that has plauged and saddened our sorry nation into a sad state of affairs since 1993. Because of the strong need for and to follow direct democracy reaction we polled from grassroots respondants, we have decided that perhaps the united, one party, joint candidates idea that has been looked on here as a formidable possiblity isn't quite the method we thought it would be and, in fact, wouldn't be the best way to create and form a united conservative alternative. Instead we are being led to believe, from the data collected that the people of Canada want three different major conservative parties to join themselves, after an election run as three seperate parties, add all of their combined seats gained during the election by the Members of Parliament from the three regional parties and in a workable, loose coalition government in the House of Commons where the leader of the leading vote getting party of the three would become Prime Minister of Canada, second Deputy and third the Whip.

    Something the Liberals and Progressives past couldn't complete and even refused to try. We have changed our colours here at the True Patriot - Canadian Conservative Club in policy and now know and believe what the true majority and grassroots of Canada's conservative movement want. We are sorry for trying to force the joint party idea upon you and are happy to take your beliefs and replace them with the ones of the past five years we built and created into the foundation of this website. You want three seperate major Canadian conservative political parties, you want them to join only after an election which gives the Liberals a minority and break up before an election campaign is called, you want them to stay as seperate parties but work within a loose parliamentary coalition of conservatives during a session and vote as their party's constitution or riding's constituents would allow them. But above all else, you want elitism, sore ethics and party politics full of conflict of interests to make way for real accountability, direct democratic and grassroot checks and balances. That desire for a principled democratic political movement for representative democracy here in Canada must stay firm and not be contaminated. No philosophies, policies or core beliefs of any conservative minded party or individual must be able to harm this superior conservative ideology for the sake of power. Though an agreement based on a statement of core principles and values which form the foundations of conservative ideology in this country can be found and settled, they must make the people, the taxpayers and the constituents first in priority. The taxpayer should rule the taxpaid, no exceptions to that rule. Let's hope the leaders and parties of Canada read into these polls and find a solution to our need to Unite the Right for the sake of Canadian Conservatives.
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    Stephen Harper finally UNITES the RIGHT ...

    He later and First Elected to office: Elected the Reform MP for Calgary West in 1993. , Harper won the seat for the Reform party in 1993. He was involved in advancing fiscal responsibility and developing Reform Party fiscal and taxation policy. Harper, who is bilingual, was a leading spokesperson for the "No" campaign against the Charlottetown Accord, and he was active fighting for a strongly united Canada during the 1995 Quebec Referendum. In 1993, he was elected to the House of Commons as the representative for Calgary West. During his tenure as an MP from 1993-97, Stephen earned a reputation as an effective, energetic MP, and a leading spokesperson on finance and national unity issues, in both French and English. He developed a pan-Canadian approach to public policy, and it was in 1995 that Stephen Harper first wrote about the need for a unification of Canadian conservatives into a governing coalition. Harper became president of the National Citizens Coalition, a conservative citizens advocacy group. Stephen Harper was involved in the Reform Party from its early days and is now considered one the front-runners in the race to lead the Alliance. He left the Reform Party in 1998 to become president of the National Citizens' Coalition. In 1997, after leaving Parliament, Stephen continued his public service, becoming president of the National Citizens Coalition, one of the largest public advocacy groups in the country, committed to fundamental political and economic freedom for Canadians. In this role, he enhanced his reputation as a respected, national, conservative voice. During his time at the NCC Stephen was first approached as a potential federal party leader, when several Progressive Conservative activists and Members of Parliament urged him to seek the party's leadership in 1998. In March of 2002, Stephen was elected leader of the Canadian Alliance. He was sworn in as Leader of the Opposition on May 21, 2002, as the MP for Calgary Southwest. He immediately set out to rebuild and unify the party after some difficult times. In the fall of 2003, he fulfilled the party's founding objective - to unite all like-minded conservatives, including economic conservatives, social conservatives, Progressive Conservatives in the "Red Tory" tradition, and democratic reformers. On October 15, 2003, he signed an agreement in principle with PC Party leader Peter MacKay to create the Conservative Party of Canada. Stephen received a strong mandate from Conservative Party members on March 20, 2004, to lead the new party. Harper's second attempt at capturing Calgary West in 1993 was a success. He held onto the riding until 1997, when he left the party over a dispute with Manning about party policy. He became president of the National Citizens' Coalition, a right-wing lobby group. In 2002, Harper beat the embattled Stockwell Day for the leadership of the Canadian Alliance Party. He won on the first ballot with an overwhelming 55 per cent of the vote, stunning analysts who had predicted a second-ballot vote. Within two years of that win, Harper managed to bring some of the renegade MPs back into the fold, quell party infighting and negotiate a merger with former Progressive Conservative leader Peter MacKay. He topped of that list on March 20 by capturing the leadership of the new Conservative Party. Harper served as parliamentary assistant to Deb Grey, then ran himself as a Reformer and defeated Hawkes in the federal election of 1993. In 1997, Harper quit to join the National Citizens Coalition, but returned to electoral politics in 2002 when he picked up the pieces of a splintered Canadian Alliance from Stockwell Day. a right-wing think-tank and lobby group Elected leader of the Canadian Alliance in March 2002; first elected to Commons in 1993 as a Reform MP; served as party point man during 1995 Quebec referendum; did not seek a second term after a dispute with Reform leader Preston Manning; founding member of Reform party and its first chief policy officer; national spokesman for No campaign against 1992 Charlottetown accord.

    Stephen Harper

    Stephen Harper, Member of Parliament for Calgary Southwest, was one of the principal founders of the Conservative Party of Canada in 2003. Stephen was born in Toronto, Ontario on April 20th, 1959. Stephen went to Calgary, Alberta and spent his years after high school finding employment in the oil and gas industry with Imperial Oil. Stephen graduated from the University of Calgary with a BA in economics, where he spent time traching as a sessional lecturer, in 1981. After graduating, Stephen began his public service career as a parliamentary assistant to a Progressive Conservative MP Jim Hawkes in 1985. Stephen became disillusioned with the government of Brian Mulroney and the Progressive Conservative Party of Canada, so with the coming of the Reform movement, he quit his job as EA for his PC MP boss. As a speaker at the party's founding convention in Winnipeg in 1987, Stephen became a founding member of the Reform Party of Canada, serving as the party's first Chief Policy Officer and principal author of Reform's 1988 election platform. Stephen ran in the 1988 federal election as a candidate for the Reform Party, but lost to his old employer MP Jim Hawkes by 16% to 58% of the vote in the federal constituency of Calgary West.

    Harper later returned to Calgary to graduated from the University of Calgary with a MA in economics, where he later spent time teaching as a sessional lecturer, while resuming his role as Chief Policy Officer of the party where he was a key architect of a plan to eliminate Canada's budget deficit in three years in 1988. In 1989, Harper returned to Ottawa as a parliamentary assistant, this time as a parliamentary assistant to the first Reform Member of Parliament Deborah Grey. Harper became the principal author of Reform's 1993 election platform and took point on much of the policy during the campaign.

    Harper was first elected to the House of Commons in 1993 for the riding of Calgary West, when he beat the Liberal candidate by 26% to 52% and Tory MP Hawkes. Harper became married for 10 years to Laureen in 1994, they have 2 children. In 1967, as a Centennial Project, Mr. Manning helped his father write Political Realignment, a book about the merger of fiscal and social conservatism in Canada within Progressive Conservative and Social Credit parties. Between 1968 and 1988, Preston owned and operated an Edmonton based research and management consulting firm that specialized in long-range business consultancy and communications planning, native and community economic development and federal/provincial relations research.

    Mr. Manning was elected as the first Leader of the Reform Party of Canada on November 1, 1987. In the 1988 election, Mr. Manning lost to Tory External Affairs Minister Joe Clark by 27% to 44% of the vote in the federal constituency of Yellowhead. During the campaign, Mr. Manning's team brought Reform increased interest with Reform's second-place-riding results in the West, especially Alberta's, thanks to its over 1/4 of a million vote-2% popular vote. In 1992, Mr. Manning wrote The New Canada which, among other things, outlined the Reform Party's new mission. Mr. Manning was first elected to the House of Commons in 1993 for the riding of Calgary Southwest by 27% to 44% of the vote over the NDP candidate, where the national election campaign had Mr. Manning's team increased Reform's results again in every region of the West. Reform increased its seat count to 52 members from 0, saw its popular vote rise by over 2.5 million votes to 18%, elected one brand new MP in Ontario and placed second in 56 ridings in Ontario. Mr. Manning himself missed out on becoming the Her Majesty's Loyal Opposition to the sovereigntist Bloc Québécois by two seats, to which Reform challenged whether the separatist could be the Official Opposition, but the Speaker of the House ruled in favour of the Bloc. Mr. Manning was re-elected as the newly-minted Leader of the Official Opposition in 1997, where the campaign brought Reform an increase in results for every region of the country, including Québec. Reform increased its seat count to 58 members from 52, saw its popular vote rise by over 2.5 million votes to 19% and placed second in over 40 ridings in Ontario.

    Under Manning's leadership, in just ten short years, the Reform Party grew from a western-based protest party to become the pan-Canadian Official Opposition in Parliament, an unprecedented political move yet to be replicated electorally. On May 30, 1998, Preston proposed that Reform Party members participate in two national conferences with others like-minded to create a United Alternative to the federal Liberal Party. These conferences, throughout 1999, resulted in the creation of a new and even larger Opposition party, the Canadian Reform Conservative Alliance, on March 25, 2000, the Reform Party of Canada membership voted to join the Canadian Alliance. On July 8, 2000, Manning lost the Canadian Alliance leadership race to Stockwell Day, but remained a Senior Advisor to the Leader of the Official Opposition, with special responsibilities for developing Opposition positions on science and technology issues, as the Senior Science and Technology Critic before and after Preston's re-election until Manning's resignation on March 21, 2001.

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    The Conservatives become FISCAL ELITE!

    Conservative Party of Canada

    Something the Liberals and Progressives past couldn't complete and even refused to try. We have changed our colours here at the True Patriot - Canadian Conservative Club in policy and now know and believe what the true majority and grassroots of Canada's conservative movement want. We are sorry for trying to force the joint party idea upon you and are happy to take your beliefs and replace them with the ones of the past five years we built and created into the foundation of this website. You want three seperate major Canadian conservative political parties, you want them to join only after an election which gives the Liberals a minority and break up before an election campaign is called, you want them to stay as seperate parties but work within a loose parliamentary coalition of conservatives during a session and vote as their party's constitution or riding's constituents would allow them. But above all else, you want elitism, sore ethics and party politics full of conflict of interests to make way for real accountability, direct democratic and grassroot checks and balances. That desire for a principled democratic political movement for representative democracy here in Canada must stay firm and not be contaminated. No philosophies, policies or core beliefs of any conservative minded party or individual must be able to harm this superior conservative ideology for the sake of power. Though an agreement based on a statement of core principles and values which form the foundations of conservative ideology in this country can be found and settled, they must make the people, the taxpayers and the constituents first in priority. The taxpayer should rule the taxpaid, no exceptions to that rule. Let's hope the leaders and parties of Canada read into these polls and find a solution to our need to Unite the Right for the sake of Canadian Conservatives.
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    Stockwell Day TURNS the other CHEEK ...

    Stockwell Day

    Stockwell Day, Member of Parliament for Okanagan-Coquihalla, was one of the principal founders of the Canadian Reform Conservative Alliance in 2000. Stockwell was born in Barrie, Ontario on August 16th, 1950. Stockwell spent his early years throughout the Maritimes and his high school years in Ottawa, Ontario and Montreal, Quebec, where he graduated. Stockwell has lived in most other regions of our nation including the Northwest Territories, the Arctic, British Columbia and Alberta. Stockwell attended the Edmonton Northwest Bible College and the University of Victoria. Between 1968 and 1977, Stockwell received training and experience in auctioneering, funeral, boating, logging, meat packing, oil exploration business in British Columbia and Alberta and also took counselling and ministerial training in Alberta. Stockwell became married for 34 years to Valorie in 1971, they have 3 children and 5 grandchildren.

    Mr. Day has a strong background in business, community service and government. Mr. Day has also worked in a leadership role with young people as a counsellor and administrator at Bentley Christian School and Assistant Pastor at Bentley Pentacostal Church from 1978 to 1985. Mr. Day's community work includes serving as Administrator and Assistant Pastor at the Bentley Christian School from 1978 to 1985, working on Teen Challenge Ministries, and serving as an education consultant. Mr. Day has been involved in a number of community activities including fund-raising for local boards and associations and serving as a member of the Red Deer Rotary Club and the Red Deer Branch of the Royal Canadian Legion. From 1986 to 2000, Mr. Day represented Red Deer North in the Alberta Legislature, where he served the Progressive Conservative government in a variety of senior roles including Chief Whip, Government House Leader, Minister of Labour, Minister of Social Services and, from 1997 to 2000, as Provincial Treasurer and Minister of Finance. Working with Premier Ralph Klein and others, he has an impressive record of achievement in common-sense reforms to government. Mr. Day is identified as one of Canada's leading voices in advocating for democratic reform, long-term economic opportunity for all Canadians and constitutional respect for federal-provincial relations as a unifying force in our nation. Mr. Day furthered these principles by chairing the Winds of Change conference on uniting "small c" conservative voters in Canada in 1996 and being a founding member of the United Alternative Steering Committee in 1999.

    Day was elected as the first Leader of the Canadian Reform Conservative Alliance on July 8, 2000. Stockwell was first elected to the House of Commons when he won a 2000 by-election by 12% to 70% of the vote over the NDP candidate in the federal constituency of Okanagan-Coquihalla. Day was officially sworn in as a Member of Parliament on September 19, 2000, becoming Leader of her Majesty's Loyal Opposition in the House of Commons. In the 2000 national election campaign, had Stockwell's team increased the Canadian Alliance's results in every region of the country. The Canadian Alliance increased its seat count to 66 members from 58, saw its popular vote rise by over 1 million votes, elected two new MPs in Ontario and placed second in 80 ridings in Ontario. The Alliance increased its Reform vote in Québec from 10,000 to 250,000. However, starting on May 2, 2001, a group of 13 dissident Alliance MPs, led by Chuck Strahl and Deborah Grey, formed the Democratic Represenatative Association rebelled against the Alliance's current leadership by forming a parliamentary coalition with the Joe Clark-led Progressive Conservatives asking for Day's resignation as leader. Stockwell agreed to step down, and on December 12, 2001, resigned as Leader of the Opposition. On March 20, 2002, Day lost the Canadian Alliance leadership race to Stephen Harper, but remained as the Senior Foreign Affairs Critic before and after Day's re-election.
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    Christian Heritage become SOCIAL ELITE!

    Christian Heritage Party of Canada

    Something the Liberals and Progressives past couldn't complete and even refused to try. We have changed our colours here at the True Patriot - Canadian Conservative Club in policy and now know and believe what the true majority and grassroots of Canada's conservative movement want. We are sorry for trying to force the joint party idea upon you and are happy to take your beliefs and replace them with the ones of the past five years we built and created into the foundation of this website. You want three seperate major Canadian conservative political parties, you want them to join only after an election which gives the Liberals a minority and break up before an election campaign is called, you want them to stay as seperate parties but work within a loose parliamentary coalition of conservatives during a session and vote as their party's constitution or riding's constituents would allow them. But above all else, you want elitism, sore ethics and party politics full of conflict of interests to make way for real accountability, direct democratic and grassroot checks and balances. That desire for a principled democratic political movement for representative democracy here in Canada must stay firm and not be contaminated. No philosophies, policies or core beliefs of any conservative minded party or individual must be able to harm this superior conservative ideology for the sake of power. Though an agreement based on a statement of core principles and values which form the foundations of conservative ideology in this country can be found and settled, they must make the people, the taxpayers and the constituents first in priority. The taxpayer should rule the taxpaid, no exceptions to that rule. Let's hope the leaders and parties of Canada read into these polls and find a solution to our need to Unite the Right for the sake of Canadian Conservatives.
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    Preston Manning asks us to THINK BIG ...

    Preston Manning

    Preston Manning, Member of Parliament for Calgary Southwest, was one of the principal founders of the Reform Party of Canada in 1987. Preston was born in Edmonton, Alberta on June 10th, 1942. Preston's father, Ernest C. Manning, served as Alberta premier, as the leader of the Social Credit Party. Ernest also served as a Canadian senator from 1970 to 1983. Preston graduated from the University of Alberta with a BAH in economics in 1964. After graduating, Preston spent three years working on projects for his father, which included giving sermons on his father's radio program the "Back to the Bible Hour." Preston ran in the 1965 federal election as a candidate for the Social Credit Party, but lost to Tory candidate by 22% to 45% of the vote in the federal constituency of Edmonton East. Preston became married for 33 years to Sandra in 1967, they have 5 children and 4 grandchildren. In 1967, as a Centennial Project, Mr. Manning helped his father write Political Realignment, a book about the merger of fiscal and social conservatism in Canada within Progressive Conservative and Social Credit parties. Preston remained a policy advisor for the Social Credit until 1971. Between 1968 and 1988, Preston owned and operated an Edmonton based research and management consulting firm that specialized in long-range business consultancy and communications planning, native and community economic development and federal/provincial relations research.

    Mr. Manning was elected as the first Leader of the Reform Party of Canada on November 1, 1987. In the 1988 election, Mr. Manning lost to Tory External Affairs Minister Joe Clark by 27% to 44% of the vote in the federal constituency of Yellowhead. During the campaign, Mr. Manning's team brought Reform increased interest with Reform's second-place-riding results in the West, especially Alberta's, thanks to its over 1/4 of a million vote-2% popular vote. In 1992, Mr. Manning wrote The New Canada which, among other things, outlined the Reform Party's new mission. Mr. Manning was first elected to the House of Commons in 1993 for the riding of Calgary Southwest by 12% to 70% of the vote over the NDP candidate, where the national election campaign had Mr. Manning's team increased Reform's results again in every region of the West. Reform increased its seat count to 52 members from 0, saw its popular vote rise by over 2.5 million votes to 18%, elected one brand new MP in Ontario and placed second in 56 ridings in Ontario. Mr. Manning himself missed out on becoming the Her Majesty's Loyal Opposition to the sovereigntist Bloc Québécois by two seats, to which Reform challenged whether the separatist could be the Official Opposition, but the Speaker of the House ruled in favour of the Bloc. Mr. Manning was re-elected as the newly-minted Leader of the Official Opposition in 1997, where the campaign brought Reform an increase in results for every region of the country, including Québec. Reform increased its seat count to 58 members from 52, saw its popular vote rise by over 2.5 million votes to 19% and placed second in over 40 ridings in Ontario.

    Under Manning's leadership, in just ten short years, the Reform Party grew from a western-based protest party to become the pan-Canadian Official Opposition in Parliament, an unprecedented political move yet to be replicated electorally. On May 30, 1998, Preston proposed that Reform Party members participate in two national conferences with others like-minded to create a United Alternative to the federal Liberal Party. These conferences, throughout 1999, resulted in the creation of a new and even larger Opposition party, the Canadian Reform Conservative Alliance, on March 25, 2000, the Reform Party of Canada membership voted to join the Canadian Alliance. On July 8, 2000, Manning lost the Canadian Alliance leadership race to Stockwell Day, but remained a Senior Advisor to the Leader of the Official Opposition, with special responsibilities for developing Opposition positions on science and technology issues, as the Senior Science and Technology Critic before and after Preston's re-election until Manning's resignation on March 21, 2001.
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    The new Democratic Reform Party of Canada goes GRASSROOT!

    Democratic Reform Party of Canada

    Something the Liberals and Progressives past couldn't complete and even refused to try. We have changed our colours here at the True Patriot - Canadian Conservative Club in policy and now know and believe what the true majority and grassroots of Canada's conservative movement want. We are sorry for trying to force the joint party idea upon you and are happy to take your beliefs and replace them with the ones of the past five years we built and created into the foundation of this website. You want three seperate major Canadian conservative political parties, you want them to join only after an election which gives the Liberals a minority and break up before an election campaign is called, you want them to stay as seperate parties but work within a loose parliamentary coalition of conservatives during a session and vote as their party's constitution or riding's constituents would allow them. But above all else, you want elitism, sore ethics and party politics full of conflict of interests to make way for real accountability, direct democratic and grassroot checks and balances. That desire for a principled democratic political movement for representative democracy here in Canada must stay firm and not be contaminated. No philosophies, policies or core beliefs of any conservative minded party or individual must be able to harm this superior conservative ideology for the sake of power. Though an agreement based on a statement of core principles and values which form the foundations of conservative ideology in this country can be found and settled, they must make the people, the taxpayers and the constituents first in priority. The taxpayer should rule the taxpaid, no exceptions to that rule. Let's hope the leaders and parties of Canada read into these polls and find a solution to our need to Unite the Right for the sake of Canadian Conservatives.
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