Principles

Preamble and Principles of the

CONSTITUTION OF THE TRILLIUM PARTY OF ONTARIO

PREAMBLE

The Trillium Party of Ontario shall be guided by the values and principles upon which Canada was founded that place the rights of the individual above those of the state.

PRINCIPLES

  1. Every person has the inalienable right: to the uninterrupted enjoyment of their life; to freedom of speech, freedom of association and freedom to pursue their own just goals; and to the property that they justly acquire.
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  2. Government has an absolute duty to ensure that the rules that apply in Ontario protect the inalienable rights of every person against the actions of anyone – including any person, group or company, and any agent of government or the courts.
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  3. Government must manage public property and common assets in a way that benefits all citizens and that makes prudent provision for the future.
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  4. Government may support infrastructure and services that could not be adequately provided without government involvement or funding.
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  5. The family is an essential building block of society and it must be protected against unwarranted intrusions by government.
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  6. Government will assist with the basic needs of those who can not help themselves.

NOT SUBJECT TO CHANGE

The Preamble and Principles listed above constitute the fundamental foundation of the Trillium Party of Ontario and they shall prevail over all policies of the Party and over any amendment to this Constitution.