Please use our keyword search to discover that which you need to know:

Our Current Freedom Campaign

You as a citizen of Ontario are the principal investor in Premier Dalton McGuinty and his government and all M.P.P.s and Ontario people's public employees. At this point in time it is apparent that unless We, the People, start directly exercising our right of ownership and control over these legal entities we will not get good government in strict accordance with the Canadian rule of law.

Please see this current E-Directive to all MPPs designed to hold to accounting personally and professionally, Premier Dalton McGuinty.

Click here to have your say in our current freedom campaign »

Latest Articles... 
[show all]
Apr 24, 2014
The Benefits of Medical Cannabis
Marijuana has been legalized in a number of US states; 20 states have legalized cannabis for medical purposes; two states—Colorado and Washington state—also permit recreational use. Certain...

[full story]

Apr 24, 2014
Vaccine Rights Attorney Challenges Colorado Legislature on Vaccine Exemption Bill
(NaturalNews) California, Oregon and Washington State all have recently enacted new vaccine exemption laws making it harder for parents to exempt their children from mandatory vaccines required for school...

[full story]

Apr 24, 2014
Chinese government cafeterias go non-GMO; public schoolchildren still being fed poisons
(NaturalNews) Outrage erupted in the health world after China's Ministry of Education recently announced that it does not serve genetically modified organisms (GMOs) to diners at its cafeteria. GMWatch.organd...

[full story]

Apr 24, 2014
The three largest Western countries, America, Canada, Australia and Europe maintain the most responsible birth rates in the world. The citizens of those countries practice birth control, which brought...

[full story]

Apr 24, 2014
Je Me Souviens.....
For the record; and to be considered in the days ahead. Je Me Souviens.   If Quebec should decide to hold a referendum and vote for leaving Canada, perhaps they should bear the following in mind:...

[full story]

Latest Articles... 
[show all]

We are the "People First Party" & are working together as new Political / Health Freedom Movement in order to free from explotation & tyranny all individual Sovereign Spiritual Human Beings.


As the People First Republic Party of Ontario, we want to ensure that all our meetings are conducted with the utmost respect and dignity and have therefore come up with the following rules of conduct :

  1. Only one person talks at a time.
  2. It is important to hear everyone's ideas, experiences and opinions with equal time and consideration.
  3. It is important to hear all sides of an issue -- the positive and the negative.
  4. No personal attacks, aggressive or disruptive behaviour will be tolerated.
  5. Never criticize anything without offering a positive and practical option.
  6. Confidentiality is assured. What is shared in the room stays in the room! (this applies to confidential meetings only

Thank you and we appreciate your cooperation in order to ensure that everyone can be fairly represented at our meetings.

I read about the hesitation of the Buddha, before beginning His Mission:

"I have discovered a profound truth, difficult to perceive, difficult to understand, accessible only to the wise.

Human beings busy themselves in the vortex of the world and find their pleasure. It will be difficult for men to understand the law of the concatenation of causes and effects ,the suppression of the samskaras, (ideas that one forms which depend upon ignorance)."

Smith to host Town Hall on wind

Environment > Animal Rights, endangered species & IBAS

Photograph related to article.

Prince Edward-Hastings MPP Todd Smith says he’s putting the ‘public’ back in the public consultation process regarding the proposed wind development on Prince Edward County’s south shore.

Smith is hosting a town hall at St. Andrew’s Church in Picton on Feb. 2 at 6pm. Over the last week, Smith’s office has been working with stakeholders in Prince Edward County including environmental groups and groups of concerned citizens to set up the event.
“I’ve been dealing with a half dozen groups in Prince Edward County on this issue. I have petitions with hundreds of names on them in my office. I’m encouraging the ministry officials to attend this town hall. If the Liberals decide to put these wind factories up, it won’t be because they didn’t hear the objections. It’ll be because they didn’t care about what those objections were.”

Smith said projects like the one scheduled for the south shore of Prince Edward County are often posted to the EBR at the Ministry of Environment for a 64-day public consultation period but many third party groups have criticized the process.

“If the Liberals were interested in more thorough public consultation, they’d have extended the comment period. But we were the ones who had to get that done for Prince Edward County,” said Smith. “If they were serious about having more local input, they’d be in Picton setting up meetings like this. It’s difficult to tell how the Liberals intend to conduct a public consultation without consulting the public.”

Criticisms, he said, range from the lack of publicity surrounding the announcement of public consultation periods to a lack of serious consideration of concerns raised by members of the public during the process. Many have noted that construction on these projects has often gone on even while appeals are under consideration by the Ministry of Environment.

Smith has invited ministry officials responsible for overseeing the project and his caucus colleague and Opposition Energy Critic, Vic Fedeli, Nipissing MPP.

He notes Fedeli, the former mayor of North Bay, is considered one of the most well versed MPPs in the legislature when it comes to the Green Energy Act and its effects.
“Vic Fedeli has quickly become one of the most respected voices in the Legislature on this issue. As a former mayor of North Bay, he knows what it means to have local control taken away on issues like this,” said Smith. “As our Energy Critic, he’s an intellectual force to be reckoned with on the careless policy that is the Green Energy Act.”

[back to topic]