The Ontario Health Coalition primary goal is to protect and improve our public health care system. We work to honour and strengthen the principles of the Canada Health Act. We are led by our shared commitment to core values of equality, democracy, social inclusion and social justice; and by the five principles of the Act: universality; comprehensiveness; portability; accessibility and public administration. We are a non-profit, non-partisan public interest activist coalition and network. The Ontario Health Coalition is comprised of a Board of Directors, committees of the Board as approved in the Coalition’s annual Action Plan, Local Coalitions, member organizations and individual members.
The 2018 Ontario general election was held on June 7, 2018, to elect the 124 members of the 42nd Parliament of Ontario. The Progressive Conservative Party of Ontario, led by Doug Ford, won a majority government with 76 of the 124 seats in the legislature. The Ontario New Democratic Party, led by Andrea Horwath, formed the Official Opposition. The Ontario Liberal Party, led by incumbent Premier Kathleen Wynne, lost official party status in recording both the worst result in the party's 161-year history and the worst result for any incumbent governing party in Ontario. The Green Party of Ontario won a seat for the first time in their history, while the Trillium Party of Ontario lost its single seat gained by a floor-crossing during the 41st Parliament. Twenty-four other parties and numerous independent candidates also received votes.
As our Party continues to grow and our mission progresses uprightly and steadily; I encourage everyone to continue to support us by purchasing a membership plan; because members play a vitally significant role in achieving our goals and objectives. Keeping constantly in mind you are the reason the National Coalition Party of Canada (NCPC) is established and shall continue to tirelessly working on behalf of all Canadians, regardless of your country of origin, gender, social and corporate status, age, ethnicity, religious belongings. The National Coalition Party of Canada offers everyone the opportunity to once again unite around the noble ideals of our Constitution. The only recipe for peace, prosperity and progress in this country, is the formation of a National Coalition Government that will honor the aspirations of the people of this great Nation and the adherence to the provisions of our Constitution.
What Leaders Should Know about E-Government? Globalisation and the advancement of Information Communication Technology (ICT) have changed the world that we live in. Because of this phenomenon, this has forced governments around the world to change in becoming more active in the deployment of digital services to its citizens and businesses.
The emergence of a Popular Nationalism Political Movement is taking place in Canada under the leadership of Raphael Louis, Founder of the National Coalition Party of Canada (NCPC). Raphael believes that most Canadians who are in the slightest degree politically active are inclined to hold one of the two chief political positions common in this country, what we call conservatism or liberalism, thus politically, Canadians are highly divided. Raphael political vision when it comes to issues of finance, immigration, national security, diplomacy, human rights, international trade, foreign direct investment (FDI) and environmental protection, is that government must represent Canadian interests first.
As your next Prime Minister; I shall continue to stand firm on behalf of all citizens of Canada and strive to make Canada a place where our fundamental rights are observed; where all citizens can freely participate and contribute progressively and substantially to our sociopolitical, economic, cultural, spiritual, and religious decision making process affecting our daily lives, our families and our children. There are two gaps in the current federal political landscape, then: one of political decency, and one of policy seriousness. The two are related. When substantive policy differences are suppressed, mere partisanship takes their place, and the more rigidly politics divides on party lines, the greater the control exercised by the party apparatus, and the less likelihood anything will change.
A new economic order for global prosperity: The New International Economic Order (NIEO) was a set of proposals put forward during the 1970s by some developing countries through the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development to promote their interests by improving their terms of trade, increasing development assistance, developed country tariff reductions, and other means.
By now it will have occurred to many people that there is something deeply not healthy about our national politics. The parties themselves are in long-run decline, attracting ever smaller numbers of voters; yet seemingly incapable of reforming themselves, still controlled by the same cliques, still hostage to the same interests, still tolerant of the same abuses as ever. There is simply no party that is willing to talk frankly about any of these, certainly not from a literate economic perspective. No party may be willing to deal seriously with the deficit, either, but at least they’re required, given our experience of recent decades, to say something about it. The same cannot be said across broad swaths of public policy.
The Electronic Archive of Sumy State University! Electronic Archive of Sumy State University includes publications of the scientific works of the Sumy State University faculty and staff members. “An Interfaith Dialogue for Peace and Security” is a milestone in interfaith research and teaching. It brings acceptance and more in-depth understanding of various religious, spiritual and philosophical beliefs. My hope is that we can promote respect and tolerance towards people of differing religious and philosophical practices. This publication also serves as a reference material for doctoral student, professors, scholars, academic institutions, teachers; and anyone interested in furthering understanding of world religions.
“An Interfaith Dialogue for Peace and Security” is a milestone in interfaith research and teaching. It brings acceptance and more in-depth understanding of various religious, spiritual and philosophical beliefs. This publication also serves as a reference material for doctoral student, professors, scholars, academic institutions, teachers; and anyone interested in furthering understanding of world religions.
La 42e élection générale ontarienne a lieu le 7 juin 2018 afin d'élire les membres de la 42e Assemblée législative de l'Ontario. Le Parti progressiste-conservateur de l'Ontario remporte l'élection avec 40% des suffrages exprimés, obtenant ainsi la majorité des sièges au parlement provincial avec 76 sièges sur 124. Le Nouveau Parti démocratique de l'Ontariodevient l'opposition officielle avec 40 sièges. Le Parti libéral de l'Ontario subi la pire défaite de son histoire et ne remporte que sept sièges. Le Parti vert de l'Ontario décroche son premier sièget provincial.
We are living a moribund and dead-end political culture, dominated by two established parties that refuse to address the real problems confronting society, and the real interests of the Canadian people, declining even to debate policies that are commonplace everywhere else. A nominally conservative governing party that has lost its way, willing to pursue any means to preserve itself in power, unchecked by an ineffectual liberal opposition.
Raphael Louis campaigned in the Ontario general election under NOTA Direct Democracy Party of Ontario for the Nepean riding. The Ontario general election of 2018 was held on June 7 to elect the 124 members of the 42nd Parliament of Ontario. Nepean is a provincial electoral district that has existed from 1987 to 1999, and again since 2018. The riding was re-created federally with the 2012 redistribution process. That same process was followed by the Ontario government, meaning the provincial ridings follow a similar boundary division for the 2018 provincial election.
My name is Raphael Louis, and I'm committed to making your voice heard on Parliament Hill and in Government. Like you, I want to play an active role in making my community and country a safer, better place to run my business, and forge a future filled with unlimited promises and opportunities for everyone. If you share my vision, I urge you to connect with me and help make it happen! Together, we can make a meaningful difference for our families, our communities, and our country. 2014 marks a significant phase of the National Coalition Party of Canada (NCPC) political campaigns nationwide and worldwide.
My core values and fundamental Beliefs
Democracy and Freedom
Human Rights and Civil Rights