A New Canada

Canada Politics:
A New Canada
Political Party

Canada’s newest political party – A New Canada – was conceived in early 2020 in response to the draconian CoVid measures and the inept handling of our country.

Tens of thousands of needless deaths were the results of provincial and federal politics. These deaths were over and above the expected deaths from old age and accidents, etc.

And our Justin Trudeau federal government has, as of June 2022, donated $2 Billion to special interest groups related to CoVid. See our CoVid information and mandate here.

We think the elected provincial and federal representatives whom we (The People) voted into office should actually represent us.

Within this site will be most of our mandates, along with the reasoning behind our decisions. There will also be a blog with each mandate so we can receive feedback from you if you have points of views we have not considered.

Each Mandate is different from the usual petty politics the current Canadian governments use to distract you.  And these do nothing to improve the life of our citizens or strengthen Canada internationally.

A New Canada is created to help ALL citizens with a better more productive life and for Canada to become a global powerhouse nation.

Canadian GDP

Canada was an energetic country, with high GDP and next to no debt.  Now….

Canada GDP 1985 to 2021 from A New Canada

Canada has had little to no growth in more than twenty years. We have been living on our reputation.   You can find more on Canada’s (and internationally) economics here.  It’s easy reading….

Canada’s debt was historically neutral.  We used to be revenue neutral – Canada didn’t save more but also didn’t go into debt.  From the 80s we went into debt, recovered from about 1995 to 2008, and crashed and never recovered from about 2008 onward.

Canada Debt 1945 - 2015
Canada Debt 2019 - 2022

UBI

A New Canada believes it has a solution to reduce/elimate:
Poverty
Homelessness
Drug Use
Domestic Violence
Alcoholism
Parental Abuse
Violence
Suicides
Poor Health Problems
Poor Living Conditions
Poor Wages
Emotional and Mental Health
Reduce Welfare

Our program for UBI (Universal Basic Income) will give – no strings attached – $2,000 per month to all citizens over 18.  And this is above any income a person might make.  And, along with our other programs, is revenue neutral.  It won’t result in further debt.

The provincial and federal governments have discussed this at one time or another.  A bill was passed in Ottawa in 2022 to implement a UBI, but a two year study is required first.  There have been many studies, and Stats Canada has a specialized “What If” program for modelling.

We believe it may be something like $500 a month and clawed back as you earn income.  This is NOT a UBI.

Before you express anger at “the bums who will do nothing”, read our mandate.  It may change your perception.

Flat Tax

A New Canada has studied ways to help Canadians further.  Another major change that would help Canadians is a flat tax.  Our tax system is regressive.  The more you make, the more taxes at a higher rate you pay.

Many people would work more hours for more pay, but doing so may place them into a higher tax bracket with the net result of taking home less pay.  A flat tax system won’t do that.

It is thought that higher wage earners don’t pay enough taxes because of tax incentives not usually available to the middle class.  And often that is true.  With our flat tax system, everyone making up to $100,000 a year pays 20%.  Over $100,000 the rate is 25%.  Corporations are 30%.  There is a personal exemption on the first $15,000.  There is no more merged, or family income or income splitting.  For tax purposes, everyone is single.

There are no deductions (aside from employer/employee CPP and EI payments) to deduct.  There is no more Capital Gains exemptions, no more dividends discounts, no more tax deferal programs such as RRSPs.

Companies that had depreciation expenses now don’t. Everything is now a current expense.  Land, building, equipment and more.

A flat tax also means no more lobbyists to influence special groups over others.

Here is more information on Flat Tax.

Money Laundering

In 2018, an expert panel in BC estimated $46 BILLION is “washed” in Canada. A 2019 BC report to the province estimated that in the prior year, up to 5.3 billion Canadian dollars in laundered money flowed through real estate investments in British Columbia. Author Kevin Comeau, in his book “Why We Fail to Catch Money Launderers 99.9 percent of the Time” wrote that money laundering in Canada is likely $100 – $130 BILLION.

These proceeds buy houses and other real estate, businesses (current businesses, not starting a business) and other high value items (cars, jewelry, art, antiques, etc.) that are likey to appreciate.

The money are proceeds from illegal activities globally, that are “washed” in Canada.  This is money from drugs, prostitution, blackmail, illegal gambling, illegal arms sales, and much more.  There has been many government invesigations and reports written but little or nothing has been done.  Our intelligence service has very real concerns about these endevours, but the politicians have dropped moving further.  It is recorded that there are politicians working and/or bribed by these nefarious organizations.

You can find out more about Money Laundering here.

There are many more A New Canada Mandates.  You can find them below.  Immigrations, GST, Skills Redevelopment, Canada Security, Alternate Energy, our Economy, Oil & Gas Pipelines and more.


A New Canada Mandates

EconomyFinancial Projections
Flat TaxMoney Laundering
Universal Basic Income  (UBI)GST
Health CareIncrease Canadian Manufacturing
Specialized HospitalsImmigration
Universal PrescriptionsSkilled Immigrants Retraining
CoVidClimate Change
Canada SecurityAlternate Energy
Quantum ComputersOil, Gas & Pipelines for Export
RacismIndian Status & Changes
   Residential Schools Housing
   MS St Louis 

A New Canada
Provincial Concerns

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A New Canada Needs
Election Candidates

A New Canada is a new political party whose only interest is to improve Canada, taking into account the provincial areas of concerns and Federal policies.

We need smart, enterprising, honest, compassionate, men and women who have integrity, confidence and flexibility.

If there is an interest, click on the province you reside in, download the Political Representative form, fill out, scan and send to the provincial email address.


Provincial Election Dates

BC    https://elections.bc.ca/contact/      

         Saturday Oct 15 2022

AB    https://www.elections.ab.ca/elections/albertas-next-election/  

         between 3/1 – 5/31 2023

SK    https://www.elections.sk.ca/  
          Oct. 28, 2024,

MN    https://www.electionsmanitoba.ca/en/Voting    

          October 3 2023

ON    June 2 2022

PQ    Oct 23 2022 

NS    July 15 2025

NB    Oct 21 2024 (NB)

PEI   https://www.electionspei.ca/

          Oct 2 2013

NL     https://www.elections.gov.nl.ca/elections/

          Oct 14 2025

YK       https://electionsyukon.ca/

            November 3, 2025

NWT https://www.electionsnwt.ca/
          October 3 2023

NVT  https://www.elections.nu.ca/
          October 2025


Become
A New Canada
Member

Interested in supporting A New Canada?

To support your provincial party, click on the province flag and get taken to the province’s mandate.  Also on the page is a signup form to become a member. You made a great choice!

Interested in being a member of the A New Canada federal party?

Click here for your form

Remember, every member helps your party

A NEW CANADA CONTACTS

Mailing Address: 
344 – 3345 Kingsway
Vancouver BC V5R 0A7

Phone: 1.866.695.1852                                                        
email: helpme@anewcanada.ca

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