“We, the People, recognize that we have responsibilities as well as rights; that our destinies are bound together; that a freedom which only asks what’s in it for me, a freedom without a commitment to others, a freedom without love or charity or duty or patriotism, is unworthy of our founding ideals, and those who died in their defense.”


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Our Mission and Vision

We are the Ontario Centrist Party. Dedicated to building a better Ontario for all its residents. Our mission is to promote a centrist vision for the province that values collaboration, progress, and fairness. We strive to create a society where economic prosperity, environmental protection, and social justice are all prioritized while ensuring that our government is transparent, accountable, and responsive to the needs of Ontarians.


Infrastructure investments in areas such as transportation, communication, and energy will boost the economy, improve living conditions for local residents, and create more jobs. These tactics can help Ontario’s economy, attract investment, and create a better environment for businesses and individuals to thrive.

Foreign Policy

Setting environmental concerns as a top priority will help Ontario’s foreign policy. In order to combat climate change, reduce greenhouse gas emissions, and advance sustainable development, this may help develop partnerships  with other foreign nations.


Healthcare facilities need a large amount of funding in order to operate and provide top-notch services. The government should give healthcare facilities greater funding so they have the equipment, staff members, and technology required to deliver top-notch treatment.


One of the lowest per-student funding levels in the nation is found in Ontario. By receiving more funds, schools would be able to hire more teachers, decrease class sizes,provide more support for students, and improve school infrastructure.


Due to low income, inadequate social assistance rates, and escalating living expenses, many Ontarians struggle to make ends meet. To help people meet their fundamental basic needs, the government should raise the social assistance rates.


Working-class Given that the average home in the province now costs more than $1 million, Canadians can no longer afford to raise their families in their own homes. The only solution from this issue is new government with the new bold policies.

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