Our goal: To remove all political parties from federal politics & replace them with Consensus Government based on only Independent MPs

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2 November 2022

Building towards the next federal election - 2023

   Consensus Canada is an association of Canadians who are all working towards a single goal: Getting rid of party politics in Canada and replacing it with Consensus Government, whereby all MPs are Independents who faithfully represent the majority viewpoint in their ridings, issue by issue.

   Consensus Government will also involve regular Referendums to decide major issues in the province, as well as Recall legislation to ensure MPs represent their constituents. This is a fully Bottom Up process to replace party politics' Top Down process which we all despise.

    For a full explanation of how this works and how government is created and operates, please see our How Consensus Government Would Work page on this website.

   Local volunteer organizers are busy in ridings around Ontario conducting outreach work and signing up new members. They are also busy recruiting candidates.

   Our board of directors meets monthly to further the goals of Consensus Canada. Here policy is developed (addressing details of Consensus Government aspects), communications work is done, and election readiness is worked on.

   Our head office is also busy in searching for candidates who are good citizens and care about their ridings and its communities - candidates who accept that if elected, they represent their constituents - they do not lead them. If you would like to represent your riding in the House of Commons in Ottawa, then please contact us on our Contact page on this website.

   Consensus Canada is busy now working on registration to become an Official Political Party in Canada. That party will be fielding candidates across Canada in the next federal general election, expected in 2023.

   We welcome and need new members - please join us on our Become A Member page on this website.

   We are in need of funds for ongoing operations - so if you like what you have read, please make a financial contribution on our Donate To Consensus Canada page on this website.

Thank you for your interest and I do hope you will join us today!

Brad Harness



Our Mission

Consensus Canada was launched in June 2018 by the board of directors of Consensus Ontario.  The provincial party has the same aim as the federal one does: To replace partisan politics with only Independent representatives.  Federal MPs would operate in a Consensus Government model.  This system has long been in use in Canada in the territorial assemblies and works very well.  Consensus Ontario ran in this year's provincial election and placed 9th out of 28 parties with only 5 weeks campaigning after registering as a party.  Voters were very interested in this new political proposal and the party is now expanding its organizing effort around the province.   

Under Consensus Government in Ottawa, MPs would have the simple task of always representing the majority view in their riding on each issue.  See How Consensus Government Would Work page for a fuller explanation of how this would operate in the House of Commons & Senate.

This website is under development currently and will be expanded over the next few weeks, so be sure to check back for what's new.  If you love this idea already and want to become a member, get in touch by email [email protected] or by telephone 519-851-2041.

Better Representation Can Be Achieved!

TORONTO - The National Priorities List created through an annual riding by riding survey each year is an important tool for Consensus Government. It is what determines where party and candidate/MP’s efforts must be focused. The Riding Priority List is what determines how a Consensus Canada MP will vote on each issue - truly representing the majority view in their riding.

As it is an annual survey, it is fully expected that the priorities of Canadian voters may - and likely will - change over time. That is why it is done each year, to ensure we are plugged into what is important to Canadians. Parties that are out of step with voters can expect to be judged harshly at election time...and rightly so!

Government exists to do those things with voters cannot efficiently and economically do for themselves. That does not mean doing everything for voters, but rather, just certain specific things where government could do it better and more cost-effectively. Hence, the survey work to identify those priorities people want their provincial government to be involved with.

Once those priorities are identified, then it is time to create the policies which Consensus Government believes are the best way to implement each priority and make it a reality for voters. All MPs are tasked with developing detailed policy for each priority identified by you, the voter.

Here's how Consensus Government Operates in Nunavut & the Northwest Territories...

Party Logo

Consensus Canada owes its creation to our northern territories.  In the North, Muskox act by consensus - bums in towards the centre of the defensive circle - to look out for one another. We felt that a fitting icon for our new political party. The party colour is CYAN, not in use by any other federal party, and the colour adopted by Consensus Ontario. The red circle with a white maple leaf show the country's two main colours from our national flag. 

The white maple leaf in the centre indicates that we are the Great White North.

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What our voters are saying:

Right from the start, when Consensus Canada explained what it was trying to do and why...I said, This is for Me! Count me in!!

Hillary Smith

Please call or e-mail us for more information:

(519) 851-2041 or e-mail: [email protected]