0. Ontario Libertarian Party

 

Explore New Possibilities!

We believe in the right of individuals, families and communities to make their own informed decisions about issues affecting themselves directly.  Join us to help make this a reality.

2. Leader's Message

 

Allen Small

"I believe that the people of Ontario should have greater control of their own lives, including greater economic and personal freedom. I'm confident that will result in greater prosperity for themselves and their families. One way this can be achieved is by reducing the size and scope of government. By supporting the Ontario Libertarian Party, you can help make this happen."

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3. It's time for a better Ontario

 

What do we stand for?

Our VISION is Communities of freedom, harmony, and abundance.
 
Our MISSION is to explore new possibilities through recognition of, respect for, and protection of individual liberty.

Many believe that people tend to be selfish and greedy, especially libertarians who say government should not be in the business of helping those in need and protecting us from voracious corporations.  In reality libertarians believe humans are social animals, and most adopt the "good neighbour" policy.  Gene Balfour provides an example of neighbours helping those whose homes were damaged in the spring floods.  In a second article he recommends that the government should give citizens more choices by allowing and encouraging competition for services currently provided by government-mandated monopolies. 

The Party is fortunate to have a retiree as our Leader.  Allen Small has adapted to social media like a duck to water and spends a lot of time creating posts every day on the Party's six FaceBook.pages.  He reports how his efforts have helped to grow the Party.  Our Fan Page reaches thousands of people daily.  Recently it received well over a million views.  

You likely know that BC recently held a general election. What you may not know is that the BC Libertarian Party ran 35 candidates and that CBC reported Libertarian votes.  Clayton Welwood, the Leader, reports on the progress of his Party. 

If you're looking for an opportunity to socialize with other libertarians, check out our schedule of Pub Nights.  We have monthly gatherings in Toronto, Ottawa and Kitchener-Waterloo, plus occasional gathering in places like Peterborough and Woodstock.  

Read the online version here.  View the printable (PDF) version here. .

Sunday, June 25, 2017 - 21:15

The Ontario government is planning to sell a portion of its Hydro One shares to private investors in an effort to raise money.

Good idea because it avoids raising taxes or borrowing money for transit infrastructure.
2% (2 votes)
Good idea because it allows some competition in a monopoly industry, which can reduce costs and improve service.
2% (2 votes)
Bad idea because the government loses control over the sold portion of Hydro One.
82% (80 votes)
Bad idea because opposition parties are apposed to it.
4% (4 votes)
No difference to consumers because the OEB controls the price of electricity and not the private investors.
10% (10 votes)
Total votes: 98

The Ontario government is planning to sell a portion of its Hydro One shares to private investors in an effort to raise money.

Good idea because it avoids raising taxes or borrowing money for transit infrastructure.
0% (0 votes)
Good idea because it allows some competition in a monopoly industry, which can reduce costs and improve service.
0% (0 votes)
Bad idea because the government loses control over the sold portion of Hydro One.
0% (0 votes)
Bad idea because opposition parties are apposed to it.
0% (0 votes)
No difference to consumers because the OEB controls the price of electricity and not the private investors.
0% (0 votes)
Total votes: 0

The Ontario government is planning to sell a portion of its Hydro One shares to private investors in an effort to raise money.

Good idea because it avoids raising taxes or borrowing money for transit infrastructure.
0% (0 votes)
Good idea because it allows some competition in a monopoly industry, which can reduce costs and improve service.
0% (0 votes)
Bad idea because the government loses control over the sold portion of Hydro One.
0% (0 votes)
Bad idea because opposition parties are apposed to it.
0% (0 votes)
No difference to consumers because the OEB controls the price of electricity and not the private investors.
0% (0 votes)
Total votes: 0

Presumed GUILTY!

  • Posted on: 17 May 2015
  • By: Allen Small
Regular News

In the 800th Anniversary Year of Magna Carta you will be presumed GUILTY…period!

Presumption of innocence has been a principle in Canadian law since the country was founded in both the Common Law, and the 1982 Charter. In Ontario that is no longer true. Where certain provincial laws are broken, you will be presumed guilty, with no recourse. The relevant sections of the 1982 Charter are Section 7 and 11(d) which state:

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