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A better way to fix Canada Print E-mail
Thursday, 01 December 2005

Taking the first big step

Comprehensive constitutional reform would benefit all Canadians, but those with the most to gain -- and the most to lose if Ottawa is not restrained -- are Albertans.

Unfortunately, Alberta’s present Conservative government has no interest in constitutional reform, and a lame-duck leader who says he intends to stay for two more years. Among the candidates likely to replace him, only one (Ted Morton) expresses any interest in constitutional reform, and has not gone nearly as far as this.

Throughout their one-century history, however, Albertans have always developed new ideas outside the Legislature. If existing parties are too wedded to the status quo to accept them, the politicians are quickly replaced, usually in the next election.

Albertans did this most recently in 1993, when they rejected all the Conservative MPs elected in 1988, and replaced them with Reform MPs.

The first step, therefore, is to convene a large public assembly in Calgary next fall to identify the principles on which constitutional reform should be based, and to launch a nonpartisan organization to promote the concept across Alberta and beyond.

To begin this new movement for national reform, the Citizens Centre for Freedom and Democracy has reserved a large facility at Calgary’s Westin Hotel for September 29 through October 1, 2006.

We are now working out the agenda for the event and arranging speakers, and we will be appealing early in the New Year for all reform-minded Canadians to attend.


 
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