We Will Never Forget


We will never forget

On the eve of Remembrance Day constituents of the Federal riding of Sault Ste Marie got one step closer to a clear new voting option in the 2019 election, which most polling now indicates will be a rout of Justin Trudeau’s Liberal Party, unless he imports millions of foreign voters…
The Peoples Party of Canada (PPC), upholding principles of FREEDOM, RESPONSIBILITY, FAIRNESS AND RESPECT stands alone defending our Sovereign Nation against globalist oppression.
The Sault Ste Marie PPC Electoral District Association Interim Board of Directors, which has already mobilized volunteers equipped with an “activist kit” of educational material and flyers as well as a paper version of petition e-1906 to the Government of Canada for withdrawal from the Global Compact on Safe, Orderly and Regular Migration (GCM), was easily acclaimed.
C.Bayne P., A.Zuccato VP., L.Baumhauer Sec., G.Browne Tres.
Despite much historic revisionism we do remember that our nation went to war to defeat the Axis powers and incipient global totalitarianism. We do remember that many of our families grieved the loss of courageous young lives; a sacrifice for freedom and democracy we honour to this day.
We have come again to a point when we must fight for our rights and freedom.  The very agency which was devised to ensure World Peace has been, not just incapable of putting an end to war but instrumental in rehabilitating the evil of totalitarian rule. Outright dictatorships align to criticize democracies and impose regulatory strictures on sovereign nations.   They do this under guise of humanitarian intervention and respect of national interests.
The United Nations has advanced its collectivist agenda using “Sustainable Development” as a suffocating blanket, chocking off dissent;  it hampers Capitalism which has been responsible for lifting millions out of poverty and sickness. The GCM is the UN’s latest assault on the prosperity of Western democracies mounted on sundry  “sustainability” agendas which must be subsidized by government and administered by a massive technocracy.
We will never forget that the people, not the elites, rule in a democracy and we stand gladly to defend our nation and honour our heritage.
We invite other patriots to join us and The Peoples Party of Canada.



We started this Petition because we shared the angst on Social Media about general disrespect of borders, laws and our social structure.   People from across Canada and all political stripes are fed up with the insanity.



“Among voters who want a change in government, immigration and refugees ranked as the second reason they’re dissatisfied, behind deficits and debt.”


These issues are now all so inextricably linked that it hardly makes sense to differentiate.  Angus Reid Institute reports,


“Two thirds of respondents believe that Canada has taken in too many irregular asylum claimants for authorities to manage, including majorities of Conservative, Liberal and NDP voters.”


Three  allies from the war against Ontario’s “Green” Energy Act, a previous UN “sustainable development” derived disaster, drafted the Petition and got it to the stage where an MP was required to sponsor it.  The Petition for withdrawal from the Migration Compact hung out to dry on the GoC Petitions site for a couple of days.  As the Twitterverse responded to the posting, various MPs were retweeted on it but no takers until Maxime Bernier stepped up.


After that slow start a few patriots and their followers gave it a boost and now we hope for exponential growth to make it, as one tweep said,


“The biggest fastest e-petition ever to hit the Government of Canada”.


There is an identical paper Petition which will hopefully reach patriots who are not big Social Media users.


@TomTSEC #WeStandOnGuardForThee
In the works since 2016 this Globalist treachery must be known to our authorities THANK YOU for all you do @QuigginReport


The Global Compact for Safe, Orderly and Regular Migration, to give it its full name, originated with the bureaucrats of the UN General Assembly in 2016.  It morphed into the New York Declaration for Refugees and Migrants and then through various stages to become in July 2018 the Final Draft, which is due to be adopted at the IGC (Inter-governmental conference) on international migration in Morocco in December. 


The Compact is basically a means by which the UN can install itself within the legislative process of democratic nation states by persuading them to recognize the supremacy of international law, i.e. that proposed by the UN and its agencies, over domestic law. It has been described variously as ‘a vision for world order that promises disorder’ and ‘a plan for borderless chaos’.


It also plans to suppress any criticism of increased immigration by attacking freedom of speech.  In a sinister passage it commits to ‘promote independent, objective and quality reporting of media outlets, including by sensitizing and educating media professionals on migration-related issues and terminology, investing in ethical reporting standards and advertising, and stopping allocation of public funding or material support to media outlets that systematically promote intolerance, xenophobia, racism and other forms of discrimination towards migrants’. The devil is in the detail as to whether such terms are to be defined objectively or subjectively.    David Samuel   https://www.spectator.co.uk/2018/09/the-war-of-the-world/amp/


Your Participation is Working!

Your participation is working – political parties begin to engage on the Global Compact on Migration!

Note: Writing Challenge and Sample Letter !

From a recent post on the C3RF website:

The bigger news, however, comes from the People’s Party of Canada (PPC). Under the sponsorship of its leader, Maxime Bernier, it not only calls for a pause to debate the subject it calls for an outright withdrawal from the agreement. No Canadian signature on the Compact this December in Morocco! The PPC does this through a Government of Canada petition that can be signed here. Please consider signing and distributing as far and wide as you can. It needs 500 signatures to be posted and presented to the House of Commons and finally bring the Compact into the foreground.