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Are you a Canadian Citizen?

If so, then you are also a Provincial and Federal Crown Corporation shareholder.

However, our Proxies to Final Decision Making Authority which is Pure Direct Democracy has been denied under our De Facto Dictatorship Rule since 1931 and again in 1982.

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Heroes

As a Canadian Crown Shareholder only YOU can change the game! You are the Employer, not the servant.

Secure your Canadian Convention of Consent PROXY!

Disclaimer: WE DO NOT and will not support any Political parties! WE support only People power - It's the only thing we can trust!

Ending 150 years of Canadian Governance Dictatorship Rule!

Why should I eSign the Citizen’s Convention of Consent?

Because the People own the Crown of Canada, not the Government nor the Queen.

If you want your rightful Proxy, then, we need your help to lawfully enforce it. eSigning the Convention of Consent legally does that!

Furthermore, by Canadians forcing a Constitutional change, it also helps to  bring the First Nations back to the negotiating table. It can create a winning combination for all.

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Join “My Freedom 2017”, The Canadian Proxy Evolution by eSigning your Citizen’s Convention of Consent and help end 150 yrs. of Dictatorship Rule!

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My Freedom 2017 is about each and everyone of us taking simple, lawful initiatives to end dictatorship rule and rising the People into our rightful positions as the lawfully, legal Shareholders of our Countries and having the “Final Decision Making Authority” within all aspects of Governance including International Law, thus, automatically turning Taxation into Dividends.

1 – Rethinking the Canadian Economy; Common Sense Strategies.

2 – Ending Private Capitalism by Instilling People Power Economies in all of our Countries!

3 – Canadians can turn all Natural Resources dependant Industries into Public Crown Corporations.

As the true Crown of Canada shareholders, Canadians can turn Taxation into Dividends as the official Crown of Canada Shareholders making a Universal Dividend generated Income for all Canadians a true common sense reality without the tax burdens.

FYI and to be CLEAR: Nothing in law supersedes the WILL of the People.

This is fact and why elections are not justiciable through the courts because it is supposed to be  “the Will of the People” even if Canadians never did get a chance to decide what type of governance they wanted for themselves and their country.

The reality is that, the People in a democratic Country such as Canada can change what they want within their governance, when and as many times as they want,  as long as 51% majority agrees in a Province then the 51% majority change can also take place across Canada, whichever comes first.

The People don’t need the Government’s consent or the Courts because they hold all the power. The Citizen’s only need a legally binding contract to make the changes between themselves such as the Canadian Citizen’s Convention of Consent which can be easily eSigned online.

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In reality, the People also control all Corporations licensed under the Crown of Canada and Provincial Crown Corporations, what they do and can’t do and even take them over if need be as they all fall under our Crown Corporation umbrella.

A NEW right way socialism is needed. How else can we stop corruption and plain insanity? Controlled socialism by governments are what people are used to seeing. The capitalists will not like this. Controlled socialism by the people is not a new concept either just forgotten.

But, if we are intelligent enough we can change everything for the better, what other choices do we have?

WE have NONE, so as the official shareholders of one vote per citizen, as how we govern ourselves and as to what we want for our country can be easily achieved one step at a time.

The first one being, the people’s veto power over our governance and those who run our public assets and draft the laws for us to accept or not, before passing any laws and regulations.

WE can then ensure what happens within the corporate structure of how business is done in Canada and what is to be accepted and what is not. All natural resourced based companies should be owned and controlled as public crown corporations as we are the crown of Canada.

Then, municipalities could launch new businesses owned 51% by the crown and 49% to employees as an example. This is where we can all get dividends and strengthen our economy instead of feeding capitalists.

Anything is possible if done the right way to make sure that Canadian people remain in control and not foreign entities.

Only YOU can help make this a REALITY, eSign your Canadian Citizen’s Convention of Consent. We will also be freeing ourselves from a treasonous De Facto Governance since 1931.

Be sure not to miss our press release Jan 17, 2017 in regards to all levels of the Canadian Governments beginning in 1931 and especially since 1982, committing acts of fraud against Trade Countries, Treason and Misfeasance, Malfeasance and Nonfeasance against both the Canadian Citizens and the Indigenous Nations.
Definition of Misfeasance, Malfeasance and Nonfeasance: Improper, negligent, or unlawful execution of an essentially lawful act, or a transgression or trespass such as misuse of authority by a firm’s director or officer. In comparison, a wrongful or unlawful act, especially by a public official, is malfeasance; and a failure to perform an act required by law, or failure to carry out an obligation, is nonfeasance. Read more:

We will also display within our report what Canadians and the Nations need to do to remedy this 150 year dictatorship rule and theft of Natural Resources, etc.

2017 will certainly be a Year to celebrate for all the right reasons!

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According to the Court document indications, Canadians & Indigenous Nations would need to assert their direct official Proxies on both sides of Governance

Understanding Levels of Governance & Courts – Present De Facto Rule and International Law

What are our Rights – Do we truly have any? Think very deeply. Canadians need to do their research!

What do we need to do to make the transition? We need to officially assert our Rights as a collective.

No Legal Fiduciary Obligations from Government

Thrilled, Trudeau Says NO to Electoral Reform

Canada’s Fake Democracy

Abdicating your constitutional duty to govern TREASON

Lawyer Rocco Galati – Canada is a Quiet Dictatorship

Rocco Galati – Ann Emmett speak about TPP, CETA and FTAs

 Removing the Queen in Right of Canada 

Canadians and the Indigenous Nations of Canada, were denied a pure Direct Democracy since 1931, again in 1982

Please help us to STOP our Government from selling our assets by helping everyone to become Political Game Changers!

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1931 Statute of Westminster


The Statute of Westminster, of 11 December 1931, was a British law clarifying the powers of Canada’s Parliament and those of the other Commonwealth Dominions. It granted these former colonies full legal freedom except in those areas where they chose to remain subordinate to Britain.

Statute of Westminster

First page (courtesy Library and Archives Canada/Manuscript Division).

Desire for Autonomy

Previously the British government had certain ill-defined powers, and ultimately overriding authority, over legislation passed by the Dominions — Canada, Australia, New Zealand and South Africa. Things began to change after the First World War, in which the sacrifices of Canada and other Dominions on European battlefields had stirred feelings of nationhood, and desires for greater autonomy from the mother country.
Canada began to assert its independence in foreign policy in the early 1920s: when the government of Prime Minister William Lyon Mackenzie King refused to commit to assisting British occupation forces in Turkey without approval of Parliament in Ottawa (see Chanak Affair); when it signed a fisheries treaty with the United States without British participation; and when it made plans to establish a Canadian embassy in Washington DC.

Imperial Conferences

The Imperial Conference of 1926 was a more formal step — giving initial legal substance to the Balfour Report declaration that same year, that Britain and its Dominions were constitutionally “equal in status.” The subsequent 1929 Conference on the Operation of Dominion Legislation and the Imperial Conference of 1930 continued to work towards agreement on fundamental changes in the Commonwealth’s complex legal system.

Gradual Change

Finally in 1931, at the request and with the consent of the Dominions, the Statute of Westminster was passed by the British Parliament, further clarifying and cementing the Dominions’ legislative independence.
Yet some limits remained. After consultation between Canada’s federal and provincial governments, the repeal, amendment or alteration of the British North America Acts, 1867–1930 — Canada’s Constitution — was specifically excepted from the terms of the statute. The amendment of the Constitution remained exclusively the preserve of the British Parliament until passage of the Constitution Act, 1982.
Nor did Canada immediately take up all of its new powers under the Statute of Westminster. Not until 1949, for instance, did the Judicial Committee of the Privy Council, a British body, cease to be a final court of appeal for Canadians.

http://www.thecanadianencyclopedia.ca/en/article/statute-of-westminster/

No Consultation, Fiduciary Duty or Liability in Public Law to the Canadian citizens

If no Consultation, Fiduciary Duty or Liability in Public Law to the Canadian citizens, then Proportional Representation and our rights to referendums being held hostage to a dictatorship agenda are illusions!

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Please view the Edu-Sante research report here

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Constitutional changes reflecting the People as the true Sovereigns of Canada and Collective Shareholders of the Crown Corporation of Canada ignored since 1931 and 1982
Justin Trudeau: elected with only 39.5% of the votes through a Political Party Voting System never approved by the Citizens.
Prime Minister – Speaks for the People through elections
Queen of Canada: Never proclaimed Queen of Canada by its Citizens.
Speaks for the People – Sole Shareholder in Right of Canada and the Provinces for all of our assets as well as representative for the Commonwealth division and Military.
NOTE: As a constitutional monarch, The Queen no longer “rules” the country. However, as Canada’s Head of State, (as our unelected sovereign representative of aprx. 35 million Canadians) she remains a fundamental part of Canada’s system of government and our sense of identity. Read more
Bank of Canada ACT. : No liability if in good faith, (however our National debt is out of control since 1974 for no feasible reason since we have the right to create our own money instead of borrowing from private banks and incurred fees for the printing of our currency).
30.1 – No action lies against Her Majesty, the Minister, any officer, employee or director of the Bank or any person acting under the direction of the Governor for anything done or omitted to be done in good faith in the administration or discharge of any powers or duties that under this Act are intended or authorized to be executed or performed.
See document here http://decisions.fct-cf.gc.ca/fc-cf/decisions/en/142581/1/document.do
FYI
The Prime Minister or Premiers ACT as the Governors in COUNCIL and NOT the official photo taking Governor General. He only does what they tell him to do, signs documents giving automatic royal assent as though he is acting on our behalf for the Queen.
They wear three Hats and decide what we get and don’t get! Can you spell “Conflict of Interest & Complete Dictatorship”?

Don’t you think it’s HIGH TIME for real CHANGE for Direct Democracy?

Our Politicians made sure that Canadians were not owed fiduciary duty, this is a masterful display of deceit by the Governments/Legislatures.

Committing Treasonous Dictatorship Acts under the illusion of Democracy

What do you want to celebrate, 150 yrs. of more corruption and Dictatorship or Justice and Freedom for all?

These unelected people were to protect us all, yet they approve all treasonous ACTS against us.

Definition: trea·son·ous

adjective
  1. involving or guilty of the crime of betraying one’s country.
    “a treasonous act against the State”
    2. involving or guilty of the betrayal of someone or something.

Senate House Officers

Photo of Speaker Furey

Speaker of the Senate

George J. Furey
Non-affiliated — Newfoundland
and Labrador

Photo of Senator Eaton

Speaker Pro Tempore

Nicole Eaton
C — Ontario

Government Opposition Senate Liberals
Photo of Senator Harder
Government Representative (Leader of the Government)
Peter Harder, P.C.
Non-affiliated — Ontario (Ottawa)
Photo of Senator Carignan
Leader of the Opposition
Claude Carignan, P.C.
C — Quebec (Mille Isles)
Photo of Senator Day
Senate Liberal Leader
Joseph A. Day
Lib — New Brunswick
(Saint John-Kennebecasis)
Photo of Senator Bellemare
Legislative Deputy to the Government Representative
(Deputy Leader of the Government)

Diane Bellemare
Non-affiliated — Quebec (Alma)
Photo of Senator Martin
Deputy Leader
of the Opposition

Yonah Martin
C — British Columbia
Photo of Senator Hubley
Deputy Leader
of the Senate Liberals

Elizabeth Hubley
Lib — Prince Edward Island
Photo of Senator Mitchell
Government Liaison (Government Whip)
Grant Mitchell
Non-affiliated — Alberta
Photo of Senator Plett
Opposition Whip
Donald Neil Plett
C — Manitoba (Landmark)
Photo of Senator Downe
Whip of the Senate Liberals
Percy E. Downe
Lib — Prince Edward Island (Charlottetown)

Photo of Senator Andreychuk
A. Raynell Andreychuk
C — Saskatchewan
Photo of Senator Ataullahjan
Salma Ataullahjan
C — Ontario (Toronto)
Photo of Senator Baker
George Baker, P.C.
Lib — Newfoundland
and Labrador
Photo of Senator Batters
Denise Batters
C — Saskatchewan
Photo of Senator Bernard
Wanda Thomas Bernard
Non-affiliated — Nova Scotia (East Preston)
Photo of Senator Beyak
Lynn Beyak
C — Ontario
Photo of Senator Black
Douglas Black
Non-affiliated — Alberta
Photo of Senator Boisvenu
Pierre-Hugues Boisvenu
C — Quebec
(La Salle)
Photo of Senator Boniface
Gwen Boniface
Non-affiliated — Ontario
Photo of Senator Bovey
Patricia Bovey
Non-affiliated — Manitoba
Photo of Senator Brazeau
Patrick Brazeau
Non-affiliated — Quebec (Repentigny)
Photo of Senator Campbell
Larry W. Campbell
Non-affiliated —
British Columbia
Photo of Senator Christmas
Daniel Christmas
Non-affiliated — Nova Scotia
Photo of Senator Cools
Anne C. Cools
Non-affiliated — Ontario (Toronto Centre-York)
Photo of Senator Cordy
Jane Cordy
Lib — Nova Scotia
Photo of Senator Cormier
René Cormier
Non-affiliated —
New Brunswick
Photo of Senator Cowan
James S. Cowan
Lib — Nova Scotia
Photo of Senator Dagenais
Jean-Guy Dagenais
C — Quebec (Victoria)
Photo of Senator Dawson
Dennis Dawson
Lib — Quebec (Lauzon)
Photo of Senator Dean
Tony Dean
Non-affiliated — Ontario
Photo of Senator Demers
Jacques Demers
Non-affiliated — Quebec (Rigaud)
Photo of Senator Doyle
Norman E. Doyle
C — Newfoundland
and Labrador
Photo of Senator Duffy
Michael Duffy
Non-affiliated — Prince Edward Island (Cavendish)
Photo of Senator Dupuis
Renée Dupuis
Non-affiliated — Quebec
(The Laurentides)
Photo of Senator Dyck
Lillian Eva Dyck
Lib — Saskatchewan
Photo of Senator Eggleton
Art Eggleton, P.C.
Lib — Ontario (Toronto)
Photo of Senator Enverga
Tobias C. Enverga Jr.
C — Ontario
Photo of Senator Forest
Éric Forest
Non-affiliated — Quebec (Gulf)
Photo of Senator Fraser
Joan Fraser
Lib — Quebec (De Lorimier)
Photo of Senator Frum
Linda Frum
C — Ontario
Photo of Senator Gagné
Raymonde Gagné
Non-affiliated — Manitoba
Photo of Senator Galvez
Rosa Galvez
Non-affiliated — Quebec (Bedford)
Photo of Senator Gold
Marc Gold
Non-affiliated —
Stadacona, Quebec
Photo of Senator Greene
Stephen Greene
C — Nova Scotia
(Halifax – The Citadel)
Photo of Senator Griffin
Diane Griffin
Non-affiliated —
Prince Edward Island
Photo of Senator Hartling
Nancy Hartling
Non-affiliated —
New Brunswick
Photo of Senator Housakos
Leo Housakos
C — Quebec (Wellington)
Photo of Senator Jaffer
Mobina S. B. Jaffer
Lib — British Columbia
Photo of Senator Joyal
Serge Joyal, P.C.
Lib — Quebec (Kennebec)
Photo of Senator Kenny
Colin Kenny
Lib — Ontario (Rideau)
Photo of Senator Lang
Daniel Lang
C — Yukon
Photo of Senator Lankin
Frances Lankin, P.C.
Non-affiliated — Ontario
Photo of Senator Lovelace Nicholas
Sandra M. Lovelace Nicholas
Lib — New Brunswick
Photo of Senator MacDonald
Michael L. MacDonald
C — Nova Scotia
(Cape Breton)
Photo of Senator Maltais
Ghislain Maltais
C — Quebec (Shawinegan)
Photo of Senator Manning
Fabian Manning
C — Newfoundland
and Labrador
Photo of Senator Marshall
Elizabeth Marshall

C — Newfoundland and Labrador
Photo of Senator Marwah
Sarabjit S. Marwah
Non-affiliated — Ontario
Photo of Senator Massicotte
Paul J. Massicotte
Lib — Quebec
(De Lanaudière)
Photo of Senator McCoy
Elaine McCoy
Non-affiliated — Alberta
Photo of Senator Johnson McInnis
Thomas Johnson McInnis
C — Nova Scotia
Photo of Senator McIntyre
Paul E. McIntyre, Q.C.
C — New Brunswick
Photo of Senator McPhedran
Marilou McPhedran
Non-affiliated — Manitoba
Photo of Senator Mégie
Marie-Françoise Mégie
Non-affiliated — Quebec (Rougemont)
Photo of Senator Mercer
Terry M. Mercer
Lib — Nova Scotia
(Northend Halifax)
Photo of Senator Merchant
Pana Merchant
Lib — Saskatchewan
Photo of Senator Meredith
Don Meredith
Non-affiliated — Ontario
Photo of Senator Mockler
Percy Mockler
C — New Brunswick
Photo of Senator Moncion
Lucie Moncion
Non-affiliated — Ontario
Photo of Senator Moore
Wilfred P. Moore
Lib — Nova Scotia (Stanhope St. / South Shore)
Photo of Senator Munson
Jim Munson
Lib — Ontario
(Ottawa / Rideau Canal)
Photo of Senator Neufeld
Richard Neufeld
C — British Columbia
Photo of Senator Ngo
Thanh Hai Ngo
C — Ontario
Photo of Senator Ogilvie
Kelvin Kenneth Ogilvie
C — Nova Scotia
(Annapolis Valley – Hants)
Photo of Senator Oh
Victor Oh
C — Ontario (Mississauga)
Photo of Senator Omidvar
Ratna Omidvar
Non-affiliated — Ontario
Photo of Senator Pate
Kim Pate
Non-affiliated — Ontario
Photo of Senator Patterson
Dennis Glen Patterson
C — Nunavut
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Chantal Petitclerc
Non-affiliated — Quebec (Grandville)
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Rose-May Poirier
C — New Brunswick
(Saint-Louis-de-Kent)
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André Pratte
Non-affiliated — Quebec
(De Salaberry)
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Nancy Greene Raine
C — British Columbia (Thompson-Okanagan-Kootenay)
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Pierrette Ringuette
Non-affiliated — New Brunswick
Photo of Senator Runciman
Bob Runciman
C — Ontario (Thousand Islands and Rideau Lakes)
Photo of Senator Saint-Germain
Raymonde
Saint-Germain

Non-affiliated — Quebec
(De la Vallière)
Photo of Senator Seidman
Judith G. Seidman
C — Quebec
(De la Durantaye)
Photo of Senator Sibbeston
Nick G. Sibbeston
Non-affiliated — Northwest Territories
Photo of Senator Sinclair
Murray Sinclair
Non-affiliated — Manitoba
Photo of Senator Smith
Larry Smith
C — Quebec (Saurel)
Photo of Senator Stewart Olsen
Carolyn Stewart Olsen
C — New Brunswick
Photo of Senator Tannas
Scott Tannas
C — Alberta
Photo of Senator Tardif
Claudette Tardif
Lib — Alberta
Photo of Senator Tkachuk
David Tkachuk
C — Saskatchewan
Photo of Senator Unger
Betty E. Unger
C — Alberta
Photo of Senator Verner
Josée Verner, P.C.
C — Quebec (Montarville)
Photo of Senator Wallace
John D. Wallace
Non-affiliated —
New Brunswick (Rothesay)
Photo of Senator Wallin
Pamela Wallin
Non-affiliated — Saskatchewan
Photo of Senator Watt
Charlie Watt
Lib — Quebec (Inkerman)
Photo of Senator Wells
David M. Wells
C — Newfoundland
and Labrador
Photo of Senator Wetston
Howard Wetston
Non-affiliated — Ontario
Photo of Senator White
Vernon White
C — Ontario
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Yuen Pau Woo
Non-affiliated —
British Columbia
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