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March 21st, 2014

Bill C-5 Offshore Health and Safety Act

The Offshore Health and Safety Act is intended to establish an occupational health and safety regime for the oil and gas industry operating off the coasts of Newfoundland and Labrador and Nova Scotia. ...

Our Question: Do you support Bill C-5?

Vote 3 Comments 28 Votes Official Position: Abstain

March 20th, 2014

Bill C-3 Safeguarding Canada’s Seas and Skies Act

First introduced October 18, 2013, by Minister of Transport Lisa Raitt, the Safeguarding Canada’s Seas and Skies Act: puts into place new rules protecting the aviation industry against war risks (which have typically not been insurable since the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks); lays out a new procedure for the investigation of accidents that involve both commercial and military aircraft; implements the International Convention on Liability and Compensation for Damage in Connection with the Carriage of Hazardous and Noxious Substances by Sea, 2010; and takes steps to improve oil tanker safety. ...

Our Question: Do you support Bill C-3?

Vote 0 Comments 29 Votes Official Position: Yes

March 20th, 2014

Bill C-2 Respect for Communities Act

The Respect for Communities Act, re-introduced by Minister of Health Rona Ambrose on October 17, 2013, concerns the criteria to be met for a service to be exempted from parts of the Controlled Drugs and Substances Act. ...

Our Question: Do you support Bill C-2?

Vote 1 Comments 27 Votes Official Position: No

March 16th, 2014

OPC's Political Manifesto: Wake up Canada!

Wake up Canada, you're under a pervasive dictatorship of a group of 100-200 people... Join the Online Political Revolution today! In this election, your vote will mean nothing in terms of change. No change will happen in Canadian politics until we manage to spread a message like this via Internet. Open this issue and take a 3 minute quiz. ...

Our Question: Do you agree with and offer to SHARE this political manifesto?

Vote 21 Comments 97 Votes Official Position: Yes

February 26th, 2014

P 10.3 International Crime and Genocide

As one of the world’s historically leading peacekeepers, do we have a moral obligation to monitor they way other countries treat their citizens and intervene when universal human rights are under attack and the innocent are being slaughtered? Should it be our business when arms are stockpiled, and corrupt governments bend to the wishes of criminals? Do our government’s responsibilities extend beyond our own borders? ...

Our Question: Should we play a leading role in the fight against international crime and genocide?

Vote 11 Comments 54 Votes Official Position: Yes

February 26th, 2014

P 10.2 Global Poverty

Canada has the eighth-highest income per-capita in the world, and ranks eleventh on the Human Development Index; we are awash in riches, and lead some of the most comfortable lives of anyone in the world. ...

Our Question: Should Canada lead the world in the fight against global poverty and social injustice?

Vote 10 Comments 44 Votes

February 24th, 2014

P 10.1 United Nations Security Council

While historically we have been seen as a peacekeeping country that places a high value on working with the United Nations to mediate disputes and uphold human rights around the world, in recent years we have taken increasingly severe stances against certain regimes and territories, and have aligned ourselves with countries regardless of the UN’s approval or disapproval. ...

Our Question: Should Canada require a UN Security Council resolution to get involved in international disputes?

Vote 9 Comments 47 Votes Official Position: Yes

February 24th, 2014

P 9.5 Online Voting

Given our party’s name, OPC’s support of online voting would seem to be a given. With our country’s large and varied geography acting as a challenge to get all citizens out to vote, and our relatively small population making technical difficulties easier to overcome, we would seem ideally situated to take this step. ...

Our Question: Should Canada aggressively pursue online voting?

Vote 5 Comments 50 Votes Official Position: Yes

February 20th, 2014

P 9.4 Equal Media Access for Political Parties

Every party should have the chance to succeed, and should receive an appropriate level of balanced media coverage directed toward its efforts. ...

Our Question: Should Elections Canada regulate media coverage of political parties?

Vote 6 Comments 44 Votes Official Position: Yes

February 20th, 2014

P 9.3 Proportional Representation

Based upon the preferences of its membership as expressed in previous polls, the OPC supports moving Canada’s electoral system to one of proportional representation, where everyone’s vote counts equally and the government of the day is directly reflective of the votes cast. ...

Our Question: Should Canada move to an electoral system based on proportional representation?

Vote 1 Comments 47 Votes Official Position: Yes

February 19th, 2014

P 9.2 Crowd Sourcing the Federal Budget

What if the government’s request for input on budget items were less of a placating measure, and more an actual collaboration between the it and the governed? What if Canadians could vote on how our tax dollars are to be spent, what are the top priorities, and what areas are ripe for cutbacks? ...

Our Question: Should the federal budget be at least partially influenced directly by the public?

Vote 5 Comments 46 Votes Official Position: Yes

February 19th, 2014

P 9.1 Senate Reform Revisited

Making senators unaffiliated with any party is a step in the right direction, and Trudeau claims he has more up his sleeve to be revealed in the coming months. What the OPC proposes, however, may require a reopening of the Canadian constitution, to make all senators elected to their positions and therefore a more legitimate, unbiased, group to provide ‘sober second thought’ to bills presently before parliament. ...

Our Question: Should the senators be elected and unaffiliated with any party?

Vote 8 Comments 41 Votes

February 18th, 2014

P 8.4 National Standards for Education

Provincial curricula must be replaced with a federal alternative to ensure students from every province are equally prepared to compete in the global economy. ...

Our Question: Do we need a national curriculum?

Vote 5 Comments 42 Votes Official Position: Yes

February 18th, 2014

P 8.3 Teaching as an Essential Service

Teachers’ unions and the boards with which they negotiate need to find ways to negotiate contracts without striking; in Ontario alone, there were more than 100 strikes between 1975 and 2005, and that’s far too many. ...

Our Question: Should teaching be considered an essential service?

Vote 11 Comments 41 Votes Official Position: Yes

February 18th, 2014

P 8.2 Publicly Funded Post-secondary Education

The OPC proposes making post-secondary education ‘free’ for those students willing to work hard and do well, similarly to how elementary and high school is publically funded. ...

Our Question: Should post-secondary education be entirely publicly funded?

Vote 10 Comments 38 Votes Official Position: Yes
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September 18th, 2009
OPC Administrative: Tolerance Margin

Our Question: What should the Tolerance Margin be?

March 16th, 2014
OPC's Political Manifesto: Wake up Canada!

Our Question: Do you agree with and offer to SHARE this political manifesto?

June 12th, 2012
What do we stand for? - Our Platform

June 28th, 2011
OPC Discussion Board

March 30th, 2015
Party for Accountability, Competency and Transparency - Political Platform

Our Question: Do you support the PACT For CANADA?

September 26th, 2010
Lobbying - an ethical dilemma (Updated)

Our Question: Should Lobbying continue to be allowed?

August 30th, 2010
Labour Unions in the Public Sector (Updated)

Our Question: Should Unions be eliminated from Governmental organizations?

March 25th, 2014
OPC Candidate - Electoral District 35095 - Trinity--Spadina, ON

Our Question: Please vote for one of the eligible candidate(s):

March 25th, 2014
OPC Candidate - Electoral District 48020 - Macleod, AB

Our Question: Please vote for one of the eligible candidate(s):

March 25th, 2014
OPC Candidate - Electoral District 48001 - Fort McMurray--Athabasca, AB

Our Question: Please vote for one of the eligible candidate(s):

May 14th, 2012
Public Influence on Federal Budgeting

Our Question: Should Canadians be able to directly influence federal spending in the budget?

June 27th, 2011
Should Canada Post be Considered an 'Essential Service'? (Updated)

Our Question: Should Canada Post be declared an essential service (strike ban)?

October 28th, 2010
National Debt: A Crisis in the Making? (Updated)

Our Question: Should national debt be a priority for the Canadian government?

October 25th, 2010
How do I sign up?

September 15th, 2010
Canadian participation in the War in Afghanistan

Our Question: Should Canada end their participation in the war in Afghanistan now?

June 13th, 2010
Legalizing Marijuana in Canada

Our Question: Should the use of marijuana be legalized in Canada?

Past Issues:

February 18th, 2014
P 8.1 Financial Assistance for Young Families

Our Question: Should there be increased financial assistance for young families?

February 16th, 2014
P 7.3 First Nations Peoples

Our Question: Should the federal government open binding negotiations with the First Nations community?

February 16th, 2014
P 7.2 Canada's Definition of Poverty

Our Question: Does Canada need a national definition of, and strategy to combat, poverty?

February 14th, 2014
P 7.1 National Referenda

Our Question: Should federal referenda be held on divisive issues?

February 14th, 2014
P 6.4 Leadership in the Fight Against Climate Change

Our Question: Should Canada be a leader in the fight against climate change?

February 13th, 2014
P 6.3 Containing Waste Production

Our Question: Do we need a federal strategy to contain waste production?

February 11th, 2014
P 6.2 National Water Conservation Strategy

Our Question: Do we need a national water conservation strategy?

February 11th, 2014
P 6.1 Sustainable Energy Practices

Our Question: Should energy policy focus more on the environment, safety, and long-term planning?

February 10th, 2014
P 5.4 Internet Regulation

Our Question: Should the Internet be more tightly regulated in Canada?

February 10th, 2014
P 5.3 Bridging the Digital Divide

Our Question: Should universal broadband access be considered a civil right?

February 9th, 2014
P 5.2 Canada's Wireless Oligopoly

Our Question: Should greater competition be regulated into Canada's wireless industry?

February 6th, 2014
P 5.1 Closing the Infrastructure Gap

Our Question: Should a national infrastructure strategy be a top priority for the government?

December 31st, 2013
Bill C-65: Respect for Communities Act (former Parliament)

Our Question: Would you support Bill C-65's resurrection?

December 20th, 2013
Uphold and Protect the Right to Protest

Our Question: Should OPC seek to uphold and protect the right to protest and express dissent without fear of reprisal, wherever people wish to make use of this right, and also seek to protect the withholding of labour as part of the tradition of protest?

December 20th, 2013
Canada's Drug Policies

Our Question: Is it time to revisit Canada's drug policies?

December 12th, 2013
Action for Proportional Representation

Our Question: Do you support the Action for Proportional Representation?

December 8th, 2013
P 4.4 Tax Fairness

Our Question: Should the tax code be made simpler and more fair?

December 8th, 2013
P 4.3 Indexing Government-funded Salaries

Our Question: Should there be a single index listing the salaries of all government-funded employees?

December 8th, 2013
P 4.2 Stronger Consumer Protection

Our Question: Do we need stronger consumer protection bodies?

December 8th, 2013
P 4.1 Capping Credit Card Rates

Our Question: Should credit cards be harder to get, and their rates capped?

December 8th, 2013
P 3.3 Training more doctors and nurses

Our Question: Should there be funding to open more seats in medical and nursing schools?

December 8th, 2013
P 3.1 Standardized Health Care

Our Question: Should healthcare be standardized across provinces?

December 8th, 2013
P 2.4 Break the Oligopolies

Our Question: Should the government break up oligopolies in the name of fostering a more competetive marketplace?

December 8th, 2013
P 2.3 Tax System Simplification

Our Question: Should the tax system be simplified, and possibly moved to a flat tax model?

December 8th, 2013
P 2.2 Free Trade Agreements

Our Question: Should the policies of our Government should stimulate the growth in all industries, ensuring that Canada maintains its technological edge through innovation and creativity?