“We need a new way of life.”
That was the message sent by a group of activists in Ottawa Wednesday morning, and it wasn’t a new one.
In a series of posts on social media and in a letter sent to Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and other federal cabinet ministers, the group called for “a new way to live” and the end of political parties.
The group is called No More Parties, and the message was aimed at all of Canada.
“It’s really hard to put into words what it means to me that I’m here today, but I feel compelled to make it pretty clear,” said Dina Al-Watan, who is from Toronto and has been part of the No More Party movement for several years.
“We need to create a society that works for all of us, not just the rich and powerful.”
The group has been active in the Canadian capital for more than a year, but its message has been overshadowed by the Conservative government’s election-year purge of the Conservative Party.
The federal Liberals have been accused of trying to purge the group of its grassroots support and members who are unaffiliated with either the Conservatives or the New Democrats.
The Conservative Party says the purge was aimed more at keeping its political rivals out of power, and not the grassroots activists.
NDP Leader Tom Mulcair has said he believes No More Politics is a viable option, but the party’s leader says that is a mistake.
“No more parties.
No more parties,” Mulcair said at a press conference Wednesday morning.
“If we want to keep the country moving forward, we need to keep these young people engaged.”
“This is the moment to get our message out there,” said activist-turned-activist-turned government staffer, Dina.
“The more people who are talking about it, the more momentum there is for us.”
For more than two years, the No. 1 priority for the group has always been the removal of political party members.
The No More Political Parties (NOP) campaign, which started in early 2017, aims to build grassroots support to replace political parties with a new model that relies on online platforms.
The campaign was launched with the goal of increasing voter participation, but it has grown in recent months to include a host of new tactics.
The new online platform will allow people to register online to get involved, and will allow them to contribute to their local party.
The goal is to give Canadians an online platform to organize for social justice, and to have a more informed voice in their democracy.
“People can get involved in politics and become involved in social justice and other things.
That’s what’s going to bring people out to the polls,” said No More Organizer and former NDP leader Jack Layton.
“They can actually be part of a real democracy, not the sham democracy we have in politics.”
“The key thing is that people can be involved.
The key thing in this is that they have the power.
That is the key thing.
They don’t have to be the party leaders,” said Al-Wan.
“What we need now is for them to take responsibility.
They have the opportunity to be part.
The power is there.
The grassroots have the right to take that power and use it.”
The government’s plan to change the electoral system is the latest step in a sweeping plan to transform the country’s political landscape.
The Liberal government’s goal is for Canada to have 100 million registered voters by 2021, and that number is expected to grow to 300 million by 2025.
NDP leader Tom Mulcair and other supporters have criticized the Liberals for moving too slowly to change Canada’s electoral system.
The Conservatives say that the Liberal plan will mean the end to the current electoral system, which gives Canadians a voice in how they vote.
The Liberals’ plan will change the way Canada votes by introducing a new system for the country to choose its next prime minister, which will require the approval of the Supreme Court.
A new election would be held on a first-past-the-post basis, with a winner-take-all system for MPs and senators.
The system would be replaced with a proportional system, with the top two candidates from each party receiving seats in Parliament.
It is expected that Canada’s next election will take place in 2021.