In summary, we are drowning in debt and paying unnecessary interest on that debt. It does not need to be this way!
Between 1939 and 1974 our money creation policy enabled us to have access to large amounts of money at near zero cost through the Bank of Canada. This beneficial monetary policy got us out of the Great Depression, funded huge infrastructure projects, and financed a social security system that was the envy of many countries. Then, in 1974 came a unilateral move with no public consultation that witnessed our banking policy changed from accessing near debt-free money from the Bank of Canada to borrowing money from international private banks and paying high interest. Since 1974, Canadian taxpayers have paid over $1.17 trillion in unnecessary interest and we are still paying! IT’S TIME THIS STOPS!
Canadian Bank Reformers is an organization made up of concerned citizens from across the country dedicated to monetary and banking reform in Canada. Canadian Bank Reformers knows that the current monetary policies are at the root of many social, economic and environmental issues Canadians are facing today. Canadian Bank Reformers has the strategy, plan, and implementation procedure to see the return of a monetary system that works for the people, is run by the people, and has enormous benefits to all Canadians. This strategy is historically proven and easy to implement. Canadian Bank Reformers believes that money and banking should work FOR THE PEOPLE, for the benefit OF THE PEOPLE, and not for the rich elite of this world. Canadian Bank Reformers will succeed in ending this current ‘debt slave’ system and return prosperity and monetary morality back to Canada and set a precedent around the world in doing so.
Our mission is to modify Canada’s monetary system to allow the infusion of significant amounts of debt-free money to energize our economy, finance our infrastructure, and expedite the transition to clean and green energy. Our mission mandate involves: 1. Stopping CETA from becoming trade policy 2. Increasing awareness of the implications to Canada’s monetary policy and social consequences if CETA is adopted 3. Lobbying the government of Canada to adopt ‘The New Social Contract between the Government and the People of Canada’ as our country's monetary policy 4. Increasing public awareness of the ‘New Social Contract between the Government and the People of Canada’ as a viable and beneficial alternative to our current monetary policy 5. Educating citizens on the Bank of Canada’s ability to create debt-free free money and the historical context in which that successful policy was abandoned in 1974, resulting in disastrous consequences for Canada
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1. Stopping CETA’s Implementation in Canada
Canadian Bank Reformers has launched ‘The CETA Constitutional Legal Challenge,’ a legal means in federal court to try and prevent the government from implementing CETA. This legal strategy IS THE ONLY REMAINING OPTION the Canadian people now have to stop CETA from becoming Canadian trade policy. CBR will need your full support and donations to follow this initiative through, possibly all the way to the Supreme Court of Canada. Details coming soon.
2. Lobbying the government to adopt ‘The New Social Contract Between the Government and the People of Canada’
CBR has an ongoing write-in-campaign to the Prime minister, Minister of Finance, and your Member of Parliament that is crucial in having our voice heard on this urgent need for monetary change. You can HELP by contributing to this campaign by sending in your letters by visiting our CAMPAIGN PAGE.
3. Increasing public awareness on the need for monetary reform in Canada
Canadian Bank Reformers hosts numerous FREE public action and education EVENTS in Canada, engages widely on social media platforms such as Facebook, Twitter and YouTube. Canadian Bank Reformers also depend on volunteers to help reach out into their communities for both public awareness and support initiatives on the need for immediate bank reform.
A brief history of money and banking in Canada, where our monetary system originates from and who created it.
Its origin, history, and triumphant introduction in 1939 along with the consequences of its unilateral change in policy in 1974.
A radical and long overdue plan to use the Bank of Canada to revitalize the Canadian economy to its full capacity.
Learn why the ratification of CETA would kill the ‘New Social Contract Between the Government and the people of Canada’ plan.
Please help in this battle for economic survival, constitutional integrity and monetary morality by contributing to offset the cost of the CETA Constitutional Legal Challenge.
THIS LEGAL CHALLENGE IS THE LAST REMAINING OPPORTUNITY FOR CANADIANS TO STOP CETA FROM BECOMING CANADIAN TRADE LAW.