By Hon. Paul Hellyer

Our Prime Minister appears to be hell-bent on signing the CETA agreement on October 27th. If he does, and it is ratified by parliament, it will be game over for Canada. We will be doomed to another 10 years of austerity economics – or worse.

That will be the kiss of death for any worthwhile banking reform that would make Canada prosperous again, and prevent us from using the Bank of Canada creatively as we did from 1939 to 1974 with such amazing success.

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(CETA is both illegal and immoral because it unilaterally transfers power from parliament to international bankers and transnational corporations, and reverses a thousand years of progress in establishing government of by and for the people since the Magna Carta was signed).

Come and Hear THE HONOURABLE PAUL HELLYER (Former minister of national defense, and acting prime minister) Explain how the Canadian prosperity train came off the rails, and exactly how  to put it back on again.

Hon. Paul Hellyer Canadian Tour (Sept / Oct 2016)

“A Plan to Make Canada Really Prosperous Again”


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Here is the only SOLUTION – and YOU can help change history and bring prosperity and financial sovereignty back to the Canadian people.

The details of this solution can be found and is called “A Social Contract Between the Government and People of Canada.”

PLEASE – Send the Prime Minister a letter, not an e-mail, a real letter (thousands of them) casting your vote:

“Yes” to The Social Contract that would rejuvenate the Canadian economy and restore power to the people, and a resounding “No” to CETA and its big brother the

TPP. And send this message on to everyone you know, and ask them to do the same. Every person we neglect to involve is a vote for the rich elite.

And students, that means you, too. You have the most to gain because your whole lives are ahead of you, and this battle between a good or mediocre future is yours to win or lose. You may never get a second chance!

Address your letter to:
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau
House of Commons
Ottawa, ON K1A 0A6
No postage is required

Hon. Paul Hellyer Canadian Tour (Sept / Oct 2016)