La seule façon pour le Canada de prospérer à l'avenir est de reconstruire notre gouvernement en un Parlement doté d'une volonté politique commune, de consolider nos données démographiques et de redonner à nos forces armées un état puissant, et des avantages socioéconomiques pour tous. Nous devons vivre selon nos moyens en contrôlant les dépenses gouvernementales et le gaspillage du gouvernement à tous les niveaux, arrêter leur pillage inadmissible des poches des contribuables pour gonfler leurs salaires et pensions. L'inflation est en hausse, les emplois disparaissent. Nous avons besoin d'une image claire pour soutenir les efforts visant à remettre l'économie sur les rails et à résoudre les problèmes socioéconomiques auxquels le Canada est confronté. Le gouvernement s'ingère dans nos droits et nos libertés fondamentales. 

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The only way Canada is going to thrive in the future is if we rebuild our government into a Parliament with a common political will, solidify our demographics and restore our military to a powerful state, and secure socioeconomic benefits for all. We need to live within our means by controlling government expenditures and government waste at all levels, and stop their unconscionable plundering of the taxpayers’ pockets to inflate their salaries and pensions. Inflation is on rise, Jobs are going away. We need a clear picture, so we can support efforts to get the economy back on track and resolve the social and economic Issues facing Canada, whereas the intrusion by the government  into our human rights and fundamental freedoms. Our education quality is declining, we have a housing shortage caused by government policy, our children are raised with no hope of a better and brighter future; unsafe immigration and refugee policy, our healthcare system unable to cope with increasing demand; pensioners are going to suffer because of low incomes; threats to our public safety, a declining economy. 

The solution to our political problems - La solution à nos problèmes politiques

Canada's electoral system is referred to as a “single-member plurality” system (also commonly called a “first-past-the-post” system). In every electoral district, the candidate with the highest number of votes wins a seat in the House of Commons and represents that electoral district as its member of Parliament. An absolute majority (more than 50 percent of the votes in the district) is not required for a candidate to be elected.