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Livingstone - MacLeod

Olds - Didsbury - Three Hills


Red Deer - North 

Red Deer - South (coming soon)

Rimbey-Rocky Mountain House-Sundre 

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  • mike bennison
    commented 2023-03-19 18:29:56 -0600
    Albertans must be free to chart a course of their our own destiny. Our culture of self-reliance and free enterprise is being restricted by the eastern Provs. a so called power monopoly. Canada is at best a weak stationary (so called) functioning democracy without proper regional representation, which I might add, will never be rectified. The majority representative governments ( Ont.& Que.) in their own self-interest, continue on, without any checks or balances, wheeling their power. The great MYTH of Canada is that we’re a family “in it together,” so to speak, yet if you differ from the majority (ONT, & QUE.), then there’s no sympathy, no understanding, and definitely, no other equal options, except like it, or lump it. At no time in the entire life of this country has there been a bill passed that favors Alberta alone, but the opposite can surely be said for Ont. & Que. It’s time for a third option.
    Our Confederation was, and is a monopoly, made up only by and for, Ontario and Quebec, on every decision that is made in Canada, political or legal. In our (“democratic” ?) system change can only be initiated by a prime minister, who is ever-sensitive to the voters of these two largest provinces. Trudeau may be unable to balance budgets, but he can count seats in the House. Power exists for power’s sake, and, to be fair, Conservatives have played the same game,with the same end results. In conclusion it doesn’t matter which government is in power, the out come will always be the same,Alberta will always be on the losing end.
    Individuals and provinces alike that are supposed to be protected equally by our Constitution, but simply in reality, are not ! It’s unfortunate, that in fact, it’s so malleable, that it conveniatly only applies selectively in practice for the benefit of (Ont. &Que). We see our constitutionally entrenched provincial resource rights, trumped by simple federal environmental legislation. The Supreme Court has never selectively upheld the articles on interprovincial trade regarding Alberta, or that would protect Albertans’ constitutional rights. We see constitutionally entrenched provincial resource rights trumped, by simple federal environmental legislation. . Elective change is effectively blocked by the so called,democratic majority(Ont. & Que.), and judicial change is stymied, by a refusal to uphold our Constitution’s written word, that all provinces previously agreed to. With this conclusion, the belief that this is a democracy based country is just a simple, farse or lie ! Premier Smith take notice ! ! !
    Albertans are seeking independence, not only for the many historical grievances, or technical details of equalization and environmental regulation, but also because of the philosophy behind those federal laws. Eastern Canadians always ask the Fed. government to solve their problems. While this may work for them, it is in fact,all the while, using the federal government now to destroy Alberta’s livelihood. Based on this ideology it is morally wrong. Imagine, using provincial constitutional authority, to bring Alberta to heel, again,this is simply, morally wrong.
    Alberta must be allowed its belief in private business; limited government, and individual rights. Having a provincial police forces; it’s own pension plans,the unrestrickted right to impose the not withstanding clause, immigration controls, along with many more rights, all these flow out of this philosophy. If we believe these ideas are nothing more than bargaining chips, or a spoiled child’s tantrum, then we don’t understand the root cause of the our problems. Albertans’ righteous demand for respect, and self-determination is not what will destroy Canada—that will come from easterners’ failure, to acknowledge our different objectives,priorities and opinions.
    It’s easy to argue Alberta must seek independence, because Confederation is broken, but the truth be known it is much worse. Alberta must seek independence, because Confederation is functioning exactly, as it was designed for: TO CONTROL AND CENTRALIZE POWER FOR AND ONLY FOR (ONT. & QUE..) With
    Ont. & Que holding forever,the overwhelming balance of power, change is impossible. We who seek independence are mocked, by those who fear Alberta independence. This is hardly the vision of a Canada we so dearly loved, but something more sinister and rather, much darker
  • James (Jim) Grant
    commented 2023-03-08 20:49:38 -0700
    I am a senior of very limited funds. 1500/mnth in CPP and OAS. So I can’t support you financially. Butt I do have a mind, a passion and desire to have Canada back, a free and strong nation. I can’t even afford party dues at this time. I do have time and experience though that possibly could help. How do I help?
  • Monica Friesz
    followed this page 2023-03-03 10:32:12 -0700
  • Alain Gauthier
    commented 2023-01-07 07:52:55 -0700
    Is anyone interested in building a CA in Edmonton-Meadows? Contact me.
  • David Reid
    commented 2022-12-05 15:51:48 -0700
    Anyone in the innisfail area who would like to start a TIP association email me.
    [email protected]
  • Philip Bender
    commented 2022-10-12 09:11:59 -0600
    Hello Mrs Rene Villeneuve ( Mrs Tiger)
    I need to do a correction regarding Constituency Associations.
    You need to go to " Take Action" Constituency Associations Sign Up
    I am sure if you decide to do this you will start will many friends and TIP is there to help you to.
    We will be there to help you, no one is left alone with no guidance.
    I hope you will take your fight here.
    Happy Belated Thanksgiving.
  • Philip Bender
    commented 2022-10-11 04:47:33 -0600
    Hello Mrs Tiger (Rene Villeneuve ). Here is my suggestion, use you work to work with the Filippino community. in Edmonton , Calgary & Alberta. It is the work of TIP, The Independence Party that will make future changes here in Alberta. This can only happen when we help Pastor Art to be the next Premier of Alberta. We need a Tiger like you to run as a Canadidate for a MLA in your riding of Edmonton. On this website click Constituency Association on the heading at the top and they will help you .
    As you can see I am from Calgary, but I am in Bali, Indonesia and unable to return now because of Manadates. I am not Filipino but I have many Filipino friends in Calgary as I am a member of the Filipino Senior Assoc. We need people like you to speak to the Filipino Community and show them we are not alone. I also have been sharing information to my friends here.
    If you use WhatsApp on your mobile you can call or text me. I am sure you know WA is free around the world with WF or just your data if no wifi. Here at TIP we are all family.
    +62 819 3821 7107
  • Rene Villeneuve
    commented 2022-10-10 03:43:44 -0600
    Who is representing Edmonton area? I am married into the Filipino community which are deep rooted in Christian values. they too know tyranny of a dictator. I am a tiger, not a lion, I have been fighting the City of Edmonton tyranny as a city employee, and have two human rights complaints against them, one of which is at the director review stage. The city of Edmonton is so afraid of my message, they worked with the union to sabotage my campaign to be president of CUPE local 30 by denying me access to the voters because of COVID policy. Electronic voting is electronic fraud!
  • Alan MacLeod
    commented 2022-10-05 13:03:23 -0600
    Any interest in forming a CA in Innisfail?
  • Philip Bender
    commented 2022-10-01 03:04:38 -0600
    If you wish to reply to me it is free by WhatsApp or Signal and your reply will not be Only, shown on my mobile but also on my computer.
    There is no way to edit your comment. but it is ok.
    Philip Bender
  • Philip Bender
    commented 2022-10-01 03:00:24 -0600
    I understand not all suggestion will be accepted with approval. These are only suggestions.
    But I have little faith in emails as I have sent out to business’s, politician’s, yes we all get automated replies. When you do get a reply back often you only speak to a department and if you reply again there is no understanding from previous emails This is why many business as you to to call and when you often the person is from Philippines or India. If you are lucky it is looked after.
    This is why business direct messaging system such as WhatsApp or Signal that is used mostly by the Caucasian market in US & Canada.
    If you wish to reply to me it is free by WhatsApp or Signal and your reply will not be shown on my mobile but also on my computer.
    Philip Bender
    +62 819 3821 7107
  • Terrance Hoggan
    commented 2022-08-23 19:33:45 -0600
    Jason Bagrenski,
    I’ve thrown my name in to form a n association for the Leduc region. This would be a new endeavour for me. Give me a shout if you’re interested in chatting.
    Terrance Hoggan
  • Jason Bagrenski
    commented 2022-08-20 19:16:14 -0600
    Would be nice to see an actual dedicated constituency association for our great capital of Edmonton
  • Adam Hawkings
    commented 2022-08-09 10:27:12 -0600
    love to see a red deer north or red deer south
  • Larry MacLise
    commented 2021-07-21 10:26:59 -0600
    Is there a constituency in SherwoodPk.,Edmonton,Fort Sask. etc.
  • Vicky Bayford
    published this page in Take Action 2021-05-26 21:24:15 -0600