National Citizens Alliance — Registered Federal Political Party of Canada
National Citizens Alliance’s agenda is Canadians First. All Canadians. We are here to protect and enhance Canada, and that includes provincial equity and fairness.
Since the best interests of the Canadian people guide us, we have no set position along the political spectrum: some NCA policies may be deemed right, while others may be deemed center or left. Our values of freedom, fairness, and equality of opportunity and belief in strong democratic institutions guide us, as does fact-based research, member and public feedback, with the overarching and defining commitment to put the best interests of the Canadian people first.
NCA became a registered federal party on January 30, 2019.
The National Citizens Alliance (NCA) believes that the federal government including elected officials and bureaucrats must serve the Canadian people and no one else.
In 1976, the federal government abolished the death penalty through Bill C-84.
The National Citizens Alliance believes that capital punishment should be permitted in Canada for egregious crimes involving acts of terrorism, mass murder, and child rapes. As a free and democratic society, there must be limits to our humane approach to those people who commit the most serious crimes. Yet, the NCA believes that this moral issue should only be decided by the Canadian people.
The National Citizens Alliance supports the following:
● Surveying the Canadian people on whether or not to amend Bill C-84 to allow for the death penalty for extreme crimes like acts of terrorism, mass murder, and child rapes
● Holding a national referendum if there evidence of sufficient support from the Canadian people on amending Bill C-84 to allow for the death penalty for extreme crimes like acts of terrorism, mass murder, and child rapes
● Establishing additional safe guards to ensure that individuals who face the death penalty are guilty beyond reasonable doubt if the national referendum on capital punishment is successful
● Depending on the national referendum results, allow provinces to decide for themselves whether or not they will allow the death penalty for extreme crimes like acts of terrorism, mass murder, serial murders, and child rapes
● Increasing federal funding for mental illness
The NCA welcomes feedback on its policies. Please send policy feedback to firstname.lastname@example.org