The Independence Party

"Any people anywhere, being inclined and having the power, have the right to rise up, and shake off the existing government, and form a new one that suits them better. This is a most valuable - a most sacred right - a right, which we hope and believe, is to liberate the world."

Abraham Lincoln

Preserving our hard-earned wealth and the legacies we've built motivates us, but it’s far from the whole picture of what this party stands for. Our vision goes a little further and reaches a little higher than just that. We seek something greater not just for ourselves but for all Albertan's. We seek to build a country where the interests and priorities of Albertan's come first. Our task is to build a home and future in their service and the interests of our legacies and to protect the future we are building together. 

The Independence Party is dedicated to the economic, political and cultural independence of the province of Alberta without condition or compromise. We with our friends, allies and partners stand proud and firm in service of this goal. If you feel as we do and wish to discover your independence, we invite you to join us. 


The Independent Republic of Alberta:

our RIGHT, our DUTY, our FUTURE


Alberta Independence is the ONLY Option

Some would say Canada is broken. However, quite the opposite is true.

Some would say that Justin Trudeau is our problem, but this could not be further from the truth. 

Canada is working exactly how it was intended.

The sad truth is that all power and resources are brought to central Canada for the selfish interests of the Laurentian elite. And, as long as they have the majority of votes in Parliament that will never change. As for Mr. Trudeau, it is the system that puts him and his kind in power, time after time. Prime ministers who don't favour central Canada over western Canada, are simply replaced.

We have seen Alberta trodden upon in all manner of ways by the federal government. Given this long-standing track record, there is no hope of ever fixing our association with Ottawa (i.e., Ontario and Quebec.)

It is the dominance of central Canada that explains why we are perpetually unable to stop Ottawa siphoning billions of dollars and resources at will from us, and that no provincial elected representative can do anything about it. This is the root cause of all of our provincial government problems, whether it’s healthcare funding, the justice system, old age pensions, education, policing, infrastructure... the list goes on.

We have researched and never found one piece of Parliamentary legislation that favoured Alberta to the detriment of Ontario and Quebec, but we have no problem finding the reverse. We're sure we can all cite our own central Canada misgivings toward Alberta.

Trudeau may not be able to balance budgets, but he can count seats in the House of Commons. And to be fair, Conservatives have played the same game, with the same end results. It doesn't matter which party is in power, the outcome will always be the same. Alberta will always be on the losing end.

Remember, we had a prime minister from Calgary that did nothing for Alberta. And, if history proves us right, there is a good chance we will get another Prime Minister from Alberta to repeat the same process over again. What more proof do we need to tell us there is no answer other than total independence? 

We are stuck in a dysfunctional democracy that disproportionately favours certain regions of the country. Meanwhile, Ottawa continues living on our dime, and we are treated as second-class citizens in our own country.

It's the system that is the main underlying problem. The system always allows central Canada, via Ottawa, to control everything in their favour. That’s just the way it is, has been, and always will be. Until Ontario and Quebec want to allow a change, nothing will be done. But why would they? They simply have a source of free funds forever. Nothing will change, no matter how much negotiation we do, or what party or representatives we send to Ottawa. The problems we had fifty years ago are just as prevalent today as they were back then. The only thing we will get out of this is lip service.

A majority of economic experts agree that Alberta is quite viable as an independent country. It should be: If we can financially support much of the country, supporting one province should not be much of a challenge.

We, for one, will always work for Alberta Independence.



Join Us by becoming a Member of The Independence Party


Attention all Members of The Independence Party!

Are you ready to take your involvement to the next level? Reading The Independence Party (TIP) newsletters is not just beneficial—it's crucial for staying informed and empowered! Our newsletters are packed with exclusive updates, insightful articles, and important announcements that directly impact our party and our mission. By staying up to date with TIP newsletters, you'll be at the forefront of our party's progress, upcoming events, and key issues. Knowledge is power, and being informed is the first step towards making a difference.

Join us in shaping the future of The Independence Party by staying connected and engaged through our social media sites, our events and our newsletters. Together, we can amplify our voices and drive positive change for our party and our province!

November 2023

December 2023

January 2024

February 2024

March 2024