HELP US ADAPT THE PPC POLICIES TO THE NEEDS OF ETOBICOKE CENTRE. (You will have a say on how to apply those policies)
Maurice Cormier has extended experience in the financial field, as a credit manager, with credit unions, banks and manufacturing. He has had an entrepreneurial spirit all his life, which lead him to get experience in 11 different industries.For the last 20 years he has been an entrepreneur in the construction industry
UPON BEING ELECTED, USING MY INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS & FINANCIAL CONTACTS I WILL BRING 199 NEW JOBS TO EC WITHIN MY FIRST YEAR,
WE HAVE THE GRAVE SCANDAL AND ALSO WE ARE LOOSING CHIKDREN INTO THE SYSTEM.
I WILL INTRODUCE A BILL IN OTTAWA ABOUT THE PROTECTION OF OUR CHILDREN.
WE WILL DEFEND OUR FREEDOM OF SPEECH, IN ETOBICOKE CENTRE, SO OUR VETERANS SACRIFICES WOULD NOT HAVE BE WASTED.
WITHIN THE PPC PLATFORM, I WILL BE ABLE TO BRING LOCAL POLICIES THAT ARE GREAT FOR EC, IN CO-OPERATION WITH THE LOCAL POPULATION, NO MATTER YOUR POLITICAL ALLEGENCE.
WE WILL DO WHAT'S BEST FOR EC.
WE WILL DECIDE BY OURSELVES, NOT OTTAWA, NOT QUEEN'S PARK, NOT CITY HALL
WE WILL HAVE A LOCAL PLATFORM THAT WILL HELP THE YOUTH, OUR FUTURE TO HAVE A CHANCE IN THIS NEW WORLD.
BALANCED BUDGET WITHIN 4 YEARS, AND TAXES CUTS.
BRING BACK THE GOOD OLD NEIGHBOURHOOD DAYS WHEN PEOPLE, EVEN IF THEY DISAGREE, WOULD STILL STAY UNITED.
LET'S WORK WITH WHAT WE AGREE ONAND START FROM THERE.
I AM NOT POLITICIAN.
I AM A LIFELONG POLITICAL VOLUNTEER , WHO HAS WORKED ON 212 WINNING CAMPAIGNS IN THE HOPE OF IMPROVING MY COMMUNITY, PROVINCE, COUNTRY.
THE FRUSTRATION I HAVE EXPERIENCED OVER THE YEARS IS THAT AFTER THE ELECTION, THE CANDIDATE IGNORES THE MEMBERS OF THEIR COMMUNITIES.
I WANT TO BE A MP WHO IS ACCOUNTABLE TO THE MEMBERS OF MY COMMUNITY.
EVERY ETOBICOKE CENTRE
RESIDENTS, NO MATTER THEIR POLITICAL AFFILIATIONS, WILL HAVE DIRECT ACCESS TO ME BEFORE AND AFTER THE ELECTION. (and your #VoteCORMIER, in this election) YOU WILL CONTRIBUTE TO THE BETTER GOOD OF THE POPULATION.
BY COMPLETING THE INFO REQUIRED ON THE FLLOWING LINK,
YOUR NAME WILL APPEAR ON MY PHONE APP 15 SECONDS AFTER YOU SIGN IN.
I WILL GET BACK TO YOU TO CONFIRM IT, AND WE WILL TAKE IT FROM THERE.
VOTE FOR A CANDIDATE WHO TRULY REPRESENT YOUR VOICE SO IT CAN BE HEARD IN OTTAWA. IT IS TIME TO TURN ETOBICOKE CENTRE PURPLE.
WE ALL WANT THE SAME THING,
"A BETTER LIFE FOR OURSELVES AND OUR FAMILY"
YOU MAY NOT AGREE WITH EVERY POINT BUT LET'S WORK TOGETHER TO ACHIEVE THE IDEALS AND GOALS WE SHARE IN COMMOM.
AS YOUR #VoteCormierPPC CANDIDATE, AND WITH THE SMALL AMOUNT OF TIME WE HAVE, WE HAVE TO WORK TOGETHER TO SUCCEED.
Flyers, word-of-mouth, and donating are all ways of helping us achieve our goals together.
please, visit the PPC platform, choose you preferred part of it, and then, let's apply that part of the platform for the good to the Etobicoke Centre residents.
AS WE ARE IN AN EVOLVING WORLD (COVID, ETC) WE MIGHT HAVE TO ADJUST SOME OF THESE LOCAL PLATFORMS FOR THE BENEFIT TO THE POPULATION, WHILE AT THE SAME TIME, KEEPING THE PHILOSOPHY OF THE PPC.
LET'S GO BACK TO THE OLD STYLE POLITICS WHERE THE LOCAL VOICE WAS HEARD.
THIS IS MY PROMISE TO YOU, WE WILL WORK TOGETHER ON THIS.
WITH THE PPC, WE HAVE THE FREEDOM OF EXPRESSION.
LET'S MAKE THE MOST OF IT AND HELP ALL OF THE ETOBICOKE CENTRE POPULATION BY VOLUNTEERING OUR TIME.
What some people find politically incorrect, offensive or even hateful cannot serve as the legal basis for discrimination and censorship. Canadians should be able to enjoy maximum freedom of conscience and expression as guaranteed in Section 2 of the Charter.
Debts and deficits are nothing more than deferred taxes on our children and grandchildren. Instead of buying votes with borrowed money, a responsible government should aggressively cut spending, balance the budget as quickly as possible, and then lower taxes in a prudent manner to put money back into Canadians’ pockets.
A People’s Party government will:
(Updated for the 2021 Campaign)
OUR PLAN ECONOMY
Ottawa should stop taking billions of dollars from the private sector and redistributing them through subsidies. It should instead lower taxes for all businesses and encourage saving and investment to make our economy more productive.
*According to the Parliamentary Budget Officer’s Ready Reckoner website.
OUR PLAN , INTERNAL TRADE
Freeing our economy from these interprovincial trade barriers would help families and businesses. It would also increase competition, raise productivity, and unite our country.
The oil and gas industry has been for decades a major source of employment, government revenues, and economic well-being for all of Canada. It should be allowed to grow, export its products, and bring prosperity to our country.
The supply management system is inefficient and fundamentally unfair to consumers, farmers, and other sectors of our economy.
Provinces should not be receiving equalization payments for decades, just like individuals should not be receiving welfare cheques all their lives. It’s time to stop rewarding provincial governments for not adopting better economic policies.
The Constitution does not commit the federal government to spend $21 billion a year on equalization; does not prescribe any specific formula; and does not define what “reasonably comparable” means.
The government of Canada has an obligation to honour the nation’s sacred commitment to our military men and women and make sure our veterans receive the support they deserve.
OUR PLAN, CANADIAN IDENTITY
Official multiculturalism is based on the idea that there is no unified Canadian society and no distinct Canadian identity to integrate into, and that we are just a collection of ethnic and religious tribes living side by side. But if we want to keep our country united, and ensure social cohesion, we must focus on what unites us as Canadians, not what divides us.
Many injustices were committed in the past by the Canadian government towards indigenous peoples. We cannot rewrite the past, but only seek the best way to live together harmoniously in the future. This relationship must be based on mutual respect and a balanced approach taking into account the needs of the indigenous population and the interests of the Canadian population as a whole.
The lack of real private property on reserves is in part responsible for the poor state of housing and the social ills that derive from it, and is one of the greatest impediments to economic development.
Fairness demands that all Canadians benefit from roughly equivalent services wherever they live. It’s unacceptable that some indigenous communities live in conditions that resemble those of third world countries. But the current model to solve these problems is based on top-down bureaucratic solutions imposed by Ottawa on dependent communities with no voice in the process.
Although Ottawa spends about $21 billion a year on indigenous programs, there is little evidence that living conditions have been improving in indigenous communities. The federal government and indigenous administrations have a responsibility to ensure that taxpayers’ money is well spent.
Our current refugee policy is unsustainable, costly, and it is being abused by false refugees at our borders. This must end. The moral obligation of Canada’s government is to first help those in need among our own population, and then to give priority to real refugees.
Our immigration policy can benefit Canadians only if we welcome the right kind of immigrants. It should prioritize Canada’s economic interests and be calibrated in a way that does not jeopardize Canadian values and the maintenance of our national identity.
Canada needs a common-sense foreign policy focused on the security and prosperity of Canadians, not an ideological approach that compromises our interests.
Given the uncertainties over the scientific basis of global warming, and the certainties about the huge costs of measures designed to fight it, there is no compelling reason to jeopardize our prosperity with more government interventions.
It is up to the provinces to implement reforms in line with the more efficient and less costly mixed universal systems of other developed countries. Throwing more federal money at the problem, as all the other parties are proposing, is not the right approach. On the contrary, it is part of the problem. Provincial governments will never make the tough decisions if they can always blame Ottawa for not sending enough money. We must end the current confusion over who does what and who is responsible for the problem.
Canada’s firearms legislation must protect society from the criminal misuse of firearms and prioritize the deterrence and punishment of criminals.
Peaceful and responsible firearms owners deserve a legal framework that protects their property rights and treats them with fairness and respect. We need a common-sense approach to gun control that promotes safety while removing the threat of arbitrary criminal prosecution.
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