The Canadian Nationalist Party (CNP) is a political party operating in federal jurisdiction of Canada founded on June 1st, 2017. The stated goals of the organization are to improve the social and economic conditions of an ethnocentric Canada. Our movement represents a revival of national identity because we belief that any political movement must be built by unifying people around a common identity and ideal.
- We seek to prorogue Parliament while granting full authority to the head of government to resume parliamentary proceedings.
- We seek to grant the Prime Minister the right to appoint and disappoint candidates for the Queen’s Privy Council and the Privy Council Office, giving the Canadian population greater control over executive levels of government.
Lean Government Policy
- We seek to reduce the size of and reform the Senate, which currently costs ~$105 million per year.
- We seek to reduce the size of and reform the House of Commons which costs ~$420 million per year.
- We seek to reform or relinquish the position of Governor General, to whom we pay ~$270,000 per year and who has an operating cost of ~$34 million.
- We seek to reform or relinquish the position of Lieutenant Governor, to whom we pay $130,000 per year and who have an operating cost of $1.5 million each.
- We seek to separate from the Commonwealth and establish our own domestic head of state based on a constitutional monarchy.
- We seek to amend, reform, and revise the constitution in such a way that it is consistent with the platform we have outlined.
- We seek to establish a Department of National Integrity to prevent the rise of radical views that are opposed to the traditions of our great nation.
National Education Plan
- Amend the Constitution Act of 1867 in order to propose a new act that would establish a mandatory national curriculum based in European and Christian values.
- Establish a primary school curriculum that would place an emphasis on the humanities (language, logic, and ethics) with a later leaning towards mathematics, science, and literary studies.
- Reforming the secondary and post secondary system in such a way that specialization emphasized and encouraged.
National Economic Plan
- Restore the Bank of Canada to its purpose as outlined in the Bank Act of 1938.
- Review and potentially repudiate debt incurred by our public institutions.
- Revise the Investment Canada Act so that foreign investment is prohibited in Class A Banks.
- Withdraw ourselves from organizations such as the Bank of International Settlements (BIS) and International Monetary Fund (IMF).
- Increase the reserve ratio of our banking sector from 0%.
- Establish state-owned trusts or funds (GLCs) in major sectors of the economy under a policy of corporatization.
- Subsidize and protect (through the use of tariffs) key industries that are unique to Canada’s natural resources.
- Repeal the Canadian Competition Act to allow for cost-effective mergers to take place.
- Repeal Bill C-69 and C-48 which target Canada’s energy sector.
- Establish a national labour force to deal with unemployment, develop infrastructure, and develop our industries.
- Establish a wealth distribution policy that either results in increased welfare or pensions or the establishment of a national/citizens dividend.
- Withdraw from the 1969 Convention relating to the status of refugees.
- Revise if not repeal legislation such as the Bill of Rights and the Charter of Rights and Freedoms.
- Return to the Immigration Act of 1952.
- Repeal the Multiculturalism Act of 1988, Immigration and Refugee Protection Act (IRPA), the Employment Equity Act, Bill 69, and revoke Motion-103 Anti-Islamaphobia.
As part of our platform mandate, our constituency pledges to uphold the following core values:
- Keep an open channel of dialogue.
- Promote legal avenues for change.
- Work to prevent violence.
- Collaborate for the public good.