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Western Canada Concept
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|Description||Founded in 1980, the Western Canada Concept stands for: |
Independence for Western Canada, chosen by the people of each of the four Western provinces and northern territories in a referendum.
A citizen's constitutionally established right of reasonably accessible referendum, initiative and recall.
Protection for the sanctity and safety of human life, property and security of the person and their fundamental freedoms.
An end to immigration to preserve our environment, culture and stability.
Equal rights for all, with no special status for any race, or ethnic origin.
Preservation of our Christian culture and European heritage.
A two-house legislature, one elected by population the other by region, both with original legislative jurisdiction and both required to approve before a law was enacted.
One official language of Western Canada.
The establishment of a balanced budget by law under the constitution so no future debts can be incurred by government.