The National Coalition Party of Canada (NCPC)

Le Parti de Coalition Nationale du Canada (PCNC)

About the National Coalition Party of Canada (NCPC)

The primary purpose of the NCPC is to participate in Federal Election in accordance and adherence with Elections Canada legislation as defined under the Canada Elections Act. The party’s platform is one of the most comprehensively designed in response to socioeconomic, legislative, humanitarian and political affairs of all Canadian Citizens as a vital component of national democratic processes. Subsequently, the National Coalition Party of Canada (NCPC) promotes an integrated electoral approach for all Citizens to contribute to the growth and prosperity of their nation with a sense of dignity and integrity.

Our Mission

The National Coalition Party of Canada (NCPC) is established to promote the election of Party candidates whereas our fundamental purpose is to participate in public affairs by endorsing our candidates with both technical and financial support; and works with national, provincial, and local party organizations, elected officials, candidates and constituencies, in accordance and adherence with the Canada Elections Act.

The National Coalition Party of Canada (NCPC) is committed to keeping our nation safe and expanding opportunity for every Canadian Citizens regardless of country of origin, country of birth, gender, age, social status, or corporate status. That commitment is reflected in a well designed political agenda that emphasizes strong sustainable economic growth, adequate health care, retirement security; whereas our Government is more compassionate and transparent, responsive to the Canadian people's needs and their expectations through open, honest and accountable Governance, thereby securing our national sovereignty while protecting our civil rights, human rights and fundamental freedoms; fulfilling Canada’s international responsibilities throughout the international communities.

What We Stand For

Our Philosophy

Inspired by The International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights (ICCPR); whereby a United Nations (UN) treaty based on the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, created in 1966 and entered into force on 23 March 1976.

Honest and Accountable Government

The National Coalition Party of Canada (NCPC) is committed to real ethics reform and meaningful legislative and electoral reform that protects our human rights and civil rights and ensures that elected officials act ethically; not just within the law, but within the spirit of the rule of law aiming to restore and maintain the public trust.

We are committed to immediate change to lead our country in a new direction, to put an end to socioeconomic and political exclusion and to make certain our nation's elected leaders serve the people's interests to the best of their abilities.Our goal is to restore accountability, honesty and openness at all levels of government. To achieve this, we will create and enforce rules that facilitate political representations of all Citizens and Communities at the decision making levels of the Federal Government through the creation of governmental agencies and ministries.

Party History

At the start of the 21st Century, the National Coalition Party of Canada (NCPC) can look back on a proud history — a history not just built upon political organization, human rights activism and civil rights advocacy; but of a national and international vision. T

Political Party Organizations

The Intergovernmental Delegates work with government institutions at all levels to support the Party’s Mission, and provide political and strategic assistance to implement Civil Rights Public Policies. In addition, The Intergovernmental Delegates play an integral role in developing positions and organizing special forums on key legislative and federal issues that affect government institutions, and also work in consultative and advisory status with the Office of the Prime Minister and the Governor General of Canada.

The Civil Rights Senatorial Committee

The purpose of the Civil Rights Senatorial Committee is to facilitate communication and joint-action with the Senate of Canada. Our goal as a committee is to foster dialogue between Senators and the new members of our caucus and our community leaders on vital issues such as energy independence, access to affordable health care, free post secondary education, job creation programs, small business and tax benefits, youth issues, senior citizen security, foreign policy, the military and veterans, women issues and the national economy.

The House of Commons Electoral Committee serves as the official national government clearinghouse enables Members of Parliament (MPs) to develop specialized knowledge of the matters and issues affecting communities within jurisdictional constituencies and help design specific report mechanisms in order to have these local and national issues addressed by Parliamentarians.

The House of Commons Electoral Committee