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The principles of trust, accountability and morality are not just empty concepts that can be ignored by those in power. Government institutions and corporate boards have a duty, to the public, of ethical governance.

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The Glorious Revival Vision, From Past to Future

The First 500 years.

The Glorious Revival Project marks the beginning of an intentionally new era for the nation of Canada, an era that will be led by the people who value the sanctity, wonder, and currency of life and love above all.
Standard history teaches that Cristobal Columbus first landed on the south-eastern coast of Turtle Island in 1492. The Canadian story begins in 1534 when Jacques Cartier and his crew landed upon the Beothuk and Mi’kmaq territories of what is now Newfoundland, and then worked their way into what is now Québec, surviving only because of the help of members of the Iroquois, or Haudenosaunee Confederacy. By 1725 the British began signing Peace and Friendship Treaties in what are now the Maritime Provinces, and so the many fraught relationships began, extending rivalries between the British and the French into the so-called “New World.”
Since that time the country has been governed under the divine rights of monarchs, guided by an underlying constitution, and eventually a parliamentary system of representative democracy governed by the Rule of Law, which sadly, and to everyone’s detriment, overlooked the Laws of Nature that all Indigenous Peoples respected. Looking toward the year 2034, Canadians will be peering into the second half of our first millennium as a country that is made up of people who have been here since “time immemorial,” and increasing waves of new comers. To navigate this dynamic future, we must jointly reform the foundations of our model of governance, with a view to the needs of Mother Earth, which are also ours.

A pivotal moment as we move towards the Next 500 years.

Our history has been both colourful and imperfect; yet, here we are. The Glorious Revival Project sets in motion a discussion on the prospects for a prosperous, free and just future and the role of citizens. In our social agreement it is the public’s consent, given to selected members of the community, that entrusts the immense powers of the institutions of government to our representatives. Implied in the principle of consent is the right to withdraw that consent when those institutions or representatives fail to act in the interest of the public or to adhere to the public’s expectations of ethical governance.

The Glorious Revival Project re-asserts the key principles of ethical governance in a “Statement of Principles” – The Rights of All Persons and the Duties of Government”.
The project also starts a process to reform how the country is governed – so as to restore those principles as the essential guides of our society.
These key principles form the foundation of our expectations. To achieve them, our government institutions at all levels must re-commit to those principles and implement changes that will re-establish:

  1. Trust and Integrity,
  2. Accountability and Responsibility,
  3. Political Ethics and Morality.

To that end, we begin a dialogue among Canadians to identify what needs to be done to ensure that those principles guide and control all actions of all institutions of government so that every member of our society can enjoy the rights and freedoms that our governments have an absolute duty to respect and to defend. With our inalienable rights and first principles restored to their proper place, we can hope to revive the prospect of the glorious future that our forebears envisaged for us. In turn, we intend to see these same rights and principles retained for our children and grandchildren in the next many generations.

(PDF of the Vision and First 500 Years)

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