The Canadian Action Party (CAP) (French: Parti action canadienne [PAC]) is a Canadian federal political party founded in 1997. It promotes Canadian nationalism, monetary and electoral reform, and opposes neoliberal globalization and free trade agreements.
A number of CAP members also belong to the Committee on Monetary and Economic Reform (COMER) and have been influential in developing CAP's monetary policy, particularly its position that the Bank of Canada, rather than chartered banks, should provide loans to the government, if required, to fund public spending. CAP also argues for the abrogation of North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA), and opposes current government initiatives leading to the Free Trade Area of the Americas (FTAA), and what it sees as integration with ...
Vancouver - Monetary reform is hardly in the mainstream of topics but the Canadian Action Party (CAP) believes it's one of the most important issues facing the nation today. CAP is another political party that attempts to address ignored issues. On Monday, Digital Journal had the opportunity to speak with Canadian Action Party Interim Leader Christopher Porter regarding the history of the party, its stances on the various issues affecting the nation today and how it distinguishes itself from the rest of the political landscape. About the Canadian Action Party CAP was formed in 1997 by former ...
The Canadian Action Party (CAP) has excellent policies, all centred around the protection and enhancement of Canadian sovereignty, both as individuals and as a nation of strong and vibrant communities. Our MPs are free to vote as directed by the constituents of their own electoral district, not the whim or preference of the party’s Leader. The party’s sole purpose is to organise and empower all Canadians in their own electoral districts, not to accrue power for itself or dominate the country or exploit its resources to put wealth into the hands of an elite group of its ...
BARRIE - The Canadian Action Party and local candidate Jeff Sakula believe there are five major pillars that are the root of all the problems in Canada, and they intend to fix them.
The pillars include democracy and civil rights, energy freedom, and sovereignty.
“Since NAFTA was put it in, it has been causing all our industry to leave the country slowly but surely. We want to abrogate NAFTA, that is our ultimate goal. That will bring back the jobs and the sovereignty.”
Apr 14, 2011
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