BECOME A MEMBER OF THE CENTRIST PARTY OF CANADA. THE MEMBERSHIP IS FREE UNTIL SEPTEMBER 30, 2022
Only residents and citizens of Canada who are 14 years of age or older can become member of the Centrist Party of Canada.
You may be supporter of any political party, but our main duty is to our nation before our party. Our country is facing some critical problems today including:
- Right- and Left-wing extremism
- Financial and moral dishonesty of our governments
- Budget deficit and increasing debt leading to higher taxes
- Weak economic growth
- Declining natural resource industry
Who is responsible for this? Liberals, Conservatives, Both or Canadians who keep on electing these parties again and again?
All of our political parties are failing Canadians at many fronts as there is no party in Canada that has a balanced approach to the above-mentioned critical issues faced by all Canadians. Thus, there is a dire need of a political platform that provides Centrist, the most practical and pragmatic approach to problems affecting all Canadians.
In these times of division when our social fabric, and unity is at risk, we need a political party which focuses on uniting and not dividing Canadians. Centrist Party’s vision is to address the aforementioned problems and bring complete transparency and fiscal responsibility in our democratic system. We are working diligently to uniting Canadians from coast to cost; however, we can not continue this task without your support.
Join the Centrist Party to bring a change
Political polarization is our worst enemy, and it’s increasing day by day. The 2021 Federal Election campaign was the most divisive campaign of our history. It further divided the nation into Left-Wing vs. Right-Wing, Liberal vs. Conservative, Eastern vs. Western Canadian, Quebecer vs. Albertan, Indigenous vs. immigrant and so on.
All parties, irrespective of their ideologies, used their extreme left-wing or right-wing views to move their own party agenda forward. The left-wing parties such as NDP, Liberal and Green Parties are promoting shutting down our natural resources and have become extremist in their social views. On the other hand, the right-wing parties such as the Conservative Party continues with their fear mongering, anti-minorities, and anti indigenous rhetoric to promote division. Their recent governments have had many examples of putting their friends and cronies first before Canadians.
Governments of both Conservative and Liberal parties have been involved in many scandals of financial and moral dishonesty. In spite of their dishonesty, our Ottawa politicians have more loyalty to their parties than to Canadians. Hyper-partisanship has taken over the national interest which is quite concerning to all Canadians.
Governments of both political parties spend taxpayers’ money recklessly causing budget deficit and increased debt which leads to higher taxes for Canadians. Uncontrolled overspending on foreign aid which ends up in bank account of corrupt politicians of foreign countries and corporate subsidies are affecting every Canadian. Why do we continue to support this?
Our economic growth is weakening day by day. In a country with the third largest reserve of oil and gas, every Canadian child is born with a debt of almost $30,000 dollars. Our automotive and general manufacturing plants are also shutting down leading to higher unemployment in Canada. Why is it so?
Our Natural resource industry has been struggling. Canada is responsible for only 1.5% of Global Greenhouse Gas Emissions, and the rest 98.5 % of Greenhouse Gas Emissions are from other countries including China, India, Russia and others. Despite this fact, all political parties are focussed on shutting down our oil and gas industry.
CENTRIST PARTY OF CANADA
CENTRIST PARTY STATEMENT ON BUDGET 2022
April 8, 2022
The budget 2022 brings more than $50 billion of overspending and will drive up cost of living.
Canadians are already facing affordability crises due to multiple factors including pandemic and rising inflation. Under these circumstances, The Centrist Party of Canada was expecting a budget focusing on controlled spending, tax breaks for Canadians and improving housing supply.
Justin Trudeau Has Failed Minorities on Quebec Bill 21
December 13, 2021
Quebec Bill 21 was legislated in June 2019. As a result of this law a teacher in Quebec was fired last week because she wears a head scarf i.e., Hijab. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has been aware of this law as well as this incident. In fact, he has been questioned by journalists’ several times if he would take any practical action against this discriminatory law. He has always given statements which do not reflect any real commitment on his part to end this law.
Liberal Government Cabinet Appointments
October 26, 2021
In these unprecedented times, as a nation we are not only dealing with the pandemic, but we are also facing affordability and unity crisis. For our economic future, we need a government which is hard-working, committed, and honest. With regards to the Prime Minister, he has appointed many ministers who do not have a practical or rational approach to the problems our nation is facing.
APPLY TO JOIN FEDERAL COUNCIL OF CENTRIST PARTY BEFORE SEPTEMBER 30, 2022
As the Centrist Party of Canada continues to grow, we are expanding our federal council and inviting individuals to join our federal council. For political career-oriented people, this is one of a lifetime opportunity.
Federal Council is responsible for working with the executive board and making important decisions to take the party forward. To see the current members of our federal council, click below,
Federal Council will comprise of seven members from Ontario (3 remaining), four from Quebec, three from British Columbia, two from Alberta (one remaining) and one from each of the remaining provinces and territories. Interested individuals should be the Canadian citizens or permanent residents, members, and supporters of the Federal Centrist Party, and in complete agreement with the ideology of the Centrist Party. Applicants should send their CVs to nominations@
All applications will be reviewed by the executive board on a first come first basis, and only selected individuals will be contacted for further discussion.
Primary responsibilities include:
- Attend Federal Council meetings
- Plan new initiatives to further drive the party’s strategic progress
- Work as a team to develop programs by providing useful direction and leadership
- Plan delivery of these programs and its activities according to the party’s missions and goals