The National Coalition Party of Canada (NCPC) is a registered federal
Political Action Committee (PAC) under The Canada Not-for-profit Corporations Act.,
Governing Legislation. PACs are new to Canadian federal politics and play a major role in Canadian political elections at the provincial and federal level. The Canada Elections Act., an Act of the Parliament of Canada which regulates the election of members of parliament to the House of Commons of Canada, allows Political Action Committee (PAC) to spend up to $150,000 on third-party advertising during an election.
Accounting for approximately $174 billion of our GDP, manufacturing represents more than 10% of Canada's total GDP. Manufacturing is one of Canada's most important economic sectors, employing 1.7 million people in a wide range of industries.
In 2015 Political Action Committees (PAC) organizations were introduced to Ontario and Alberta and play a major role in Canadian political elections at the provincial and federal level. PACs are new to Canadian federal politics and are technically federal non-profit corporations registered with Industry Canada. The Canada Elections Act allows PACs to spend up to $150,000 on third-party advertising during an election.
Good governance means that processes and institutions produce results that meet the needs of society while making the best use of resources at their disposal. The concept of efficiency in the context of good governance also covers the sustainable use of natural resources and the protection of the environment. Good governance is the process of measuring how public institutions conduct public affairs.
In politics, a political agenda (plan) is a list of subjects or problems (issues) to which government officials as well as individuals outside the government are paying serious attention to at any given time. The political agenda can be influenced by multiple institutional and non-institutional actors acting independently or concurrently, including political office-holders, interest groups, social movements, and other entities.
A political party platform, party program, or party manifesto is a formal set of principal goals which are supported by a political party or individual candidate, in order to appeal to the general public, for the ultimate purpose of garnering the general public's support and votes about complicated topics or issues.
The political agenda is essentially defined as what governmental officials find important to discuss. Those closest to the policy process have the biggest control on what issues reach the political agenda.
Our joint activity is aimed at expanding the opportunities for cooperation in conducting fundamental and applied research in the socio-economic sciences, preparing multidisciplinary and interdisciplinary research projects, professional development of editor-in-chiefs and members of editorial boards; carrying out research work on journals’ scientometrics; conducting events directed at the development and harmonization of Ukrainian scientific journals with the best world practices and international publishing standards.
Besides, it intends to implement social and educational projects in reforming economic education and provide consulting and analytical support to scientists to prepare high-quality scientific publications and academic writing and research work on scientific journals.
Democratization builds upon and is strengthened by the respect for
Human Rights. Good governance and human rights are mutually reinforcing. Human rights standards and principles provide a set of values to guide the work of governments and other political and social actors.
International trade in goods and international trade in services were combined, exports increased 1.5% to $79.3 billion in September, while imports were up 0.5% to $79.7 billion. As a result, Canada's trade deficit with the world went from $1.2 billion in August to $416 million in September.
All persons, institutions and entities, public and private are accountable to laws that are publicly promulgated, equally enforced and independently adjudicated, and which are consistent with international human rights. The value of the rule of law lies in the fact that it secures justice.
Democratic elections are supposed to lead to a parliament that represents the views of the voters. To make an informed decision in a democratic election, voters must critically assess the policies and the track record of both the political parties and candidates competing for their vote. However, the lack of accessible, objective information in the public domain makes this a challenging task and risks many voters making a decision on more superficial grounds such as campaign slogans and posters.
The Canada Elections Act allows PACs to "spend up to $150,000 on third-party advertising during an election" but "spending outside the election period is [/was] unlimited." up until the enactment of the Elections Modernization Act in 2018, even after which spending was nonetheless unlimited. The Canada Election Act limits spending on election advertising by interest groups, which was upheld by the Supreme Court of Canada in Harper v. Canada (Attorney General) (2004). It also sets out various provisions regarding the publication or broadcast of election advertising and election results.
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