Cultural Action Party of Canada We are a registered B.C. political party, representing Canadian citizens who value and wish to retain Canada’s traditional identity, heritage and official languages by way of the following: Preserve and promote English, French and First Nations cultural heritage throughout society Ensure British Colombian residence receive priority regarding affordable housing, employment, education and medical … Continue reading CAPC Newsletter – 7 Feb 2017
In 2017, Trudeau and the Liberals plan to bring in hundreds of thousands of “refugees” once again, at the Canadian taxpayers expense, disregarding for our safety, our culture and our customs.
Their latest stunt is a report on the contrived term “Islamophobia,” which suggests that those who fear Islamic terrorism are racist and behave irrationally toward Muslims.
And the most sickening thing of all – worse than spilt blood, fractured bodies, children with legs contorted out of human control, the reek of death, is our horribly sanitised response to it all.
He never thought about politics much in his student days working in a doughnut shop, a gas station and a convenience store. But his background has since helped to win him a key position at Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s side.
An Islamic Mosque, funded and owned by a hardline, “fundamentalist” Saudi Arabian cleric, opened in the Nice just two weeks before the Southern French city was struck by a deadly terror attack.
County Elections moved the site after receiving about 50 complaints from people who said they did not want to vote in a mosque.
Black Lives Matter Toronto brandished a list of demands, ranging from increased funding and support for black and South Asian groups at Pride to the removal of police floats and booths from future events.
When asked if diversity makes their country a “better place to live”, only a minority of Europeans now agreed.
The data from Pew Research warns Europe’s political elites about the growing strength of grassroots sentiment over the migration issue.