We will support Canadians to understand technology, along with its rapid pace of evolution. Assuring the successful transfer of necessary skills, ideas, and values to the next generation has never been more complex. Finding these solutions requires an awareness of broader social trends. If we are to meet this educational crisis, in the face of exponential information growth, we must mobilize the resources in our society. Here is a place to begin collaboration across differences in the design of future open societies.
For people to be content and able to help, they must be healthy. Some might say that good health is fundamental in life. Conventionally, Canada’s health care system has been more reactive than proactive. The True Democrats consider the access to a high-quality health care system a social responsibility. A health care committee will be formed to discuss a improvements to our current health care system that integrates proactive thinking.
Seniors, as do we all, have value. Our Canadian elders should be given more opportunity to help our youth and our people. Multigenerational influence and support make us better. Conscription to help kids and teens and family.
Research investment into developing a national senior’s strategy, which includes a national dementia strategy. More long-term care beds in neighbourhood facilities which include multigeneration interaction but encourages creative home-sharing plans to allow seniors to stay home “as long as possible.”
The True Democrats advocate for legalizing all drug possession and consider it as a health issue managed by the health system.
The party recognizes the significance of medical research on psychoactive compounds because they have always played an historic role in shaping human culture. Because they allow us to experience the world in an entirely different way, they result in experiences that can have profound impact on knowledge creation and our understanding of the universe.
In the past, shamans have used peyote, ayahuasca, ibogaine, mushrooms, and more to open their consciousness to a greater reality. Taking the lessons learned over millennia, modern neurohackers employ both ancient and traditional psychoactive compounds towards the same spiritual ends.
The primary aim of our policy, however, is to improve health and democratic rights.
- Review of Electoral Reform and Digital Voting.
- Review of police procedures regarding the leverage of social biases (setting examples)
- Review of crown corporations auditing procedures.
Canadian Crown corporations first emerged in the 1870s and are flourishing today, with hundreds such bodies delivering services and they account for billions of dollars of revenue. Most often, the creation of semi-autonomous governmental bodies is a response to pressures that require action on the part of governments. In many of those instances governments have initiated the formalization of public-private partnerships, Crown corporations, are defined as “institution[s] with corporate form brought into existence by action of the Government[s] of Canada to serve a public function.”