Since 1984, Freedom Party of Ontario ("FPO") has been a registered political party under the laws of the province of Ontario.
FPO's positions on the issues are guided by our principled views on how the government should make and enforce decisions and laws. They can be summed up briefly as commitments to reality, reason, self, and consent.
By "reality", we mean that government decisions should be founded only upon facts and claims that are supported, ultimately, by physical evidence.
By "reason", we mean that government decision making should be strictly logical, and should ignore claims, conclusions, or decisions founded upon intuition, majority whim, faith, uncertainty, or other non-rational means.
By "self", we mean that government must respect your rational pursuit of your own happiness, and must not make you your neighbour's keeper.
By "consent", we mean that government must make and enforce laws that prevent anyone from taking your life, liberty, or property without your consent.
If you support FPO's principled views on how the government should make and enforce decisions and laws, FPO is for you.
If you like at least some of FPO's policies or election platforms FPO is for you.
If you are an adult who believes that the government should serve you as an adult, not treat you like a child, FPO is for you.
If you believe that the government should be defending you against people who attempt to take your life, liberty or property without your consent - instead helping other people to take your life, liberty or property - FPO is for you.
If you believe that there is no such thing as a free lunch, FPO is, most certainly, for you.
FPO's objectives are set out in the party's constitution:
||to encourage voters to vote for FPO candidates in provincial elections and by-elections;
||to influence government through the election of FPO members of the Ontario provincial Legislature, for the better protection in Ontario of every individual's life, liberty and property; and
||to build and support the FPO as an organization of people who will work toward the achievement of objectives (a) and (b).
To learn more about FPO and what it has proposed and advocated, visit FPO's large and continually growing Freedom Archive, where you will find TV appearances, radio broadcasts, news coverage, past election platforms and so much more over the period 1980 to present:
or contact us directly:
FREEDOM PARTY OF ONTARIO
240 Commissioners Road West
London, Ontario, Canada N6J 1Y1