BUILDING A BRIGHTER FUTURE FOR CANADA
SOCIAL REFORMS IN CANADA BASED ON COMMON SENSE
It’s no secret that most people in Canada are sceptical about politics. We are tired of the endless populist promises, which, alas, do not make our lives easier. Political thinking lags behind life and, at best, reflects the aspirations of the 1930s, ignoring modern technological opportunities.
The social non-political movement COMMON SENSE CANADA is proposing social reforms taking into account the realities of the 21st century. They relate to taxes, immigration, guaranteed universal income, referendums, elections, examinations of politicians, the flexibility of laws .
Since the time of Jean Jacques Rousseau, thinkers have well mastered the principles of social justice, but so far they are not fully used in practice.
Often a simple citizen, falling out of the standards prescribed by contradictory laws and different levels of government, is defenceless against the state that is called upon to serve him, but, on the contrary, does more harm than good.
The movement of common sense is designed to seek and advance solutions to these problems.
OUR INNOVATIVE LEGISLATIVE PROPOSALS
- AMENDMENT TO INCOME TAX ACT
- AMENDMENT TO IMMIGRATION & REFUGEE PROTECTION ACT
- AMENDMENT TO REFERENDUM ACT
- AMENDMENT TO ELECTIONS ACT EXAMINATION OF THE CANDIDATES
- INTRODUCTION OF THE PRINCIPLE OF CUSTOMISATION OF LAWS
- GUARANTEED INCOME ACT
- COMMON SENSE ACT
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