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REPORTING · 27th April 2011
Walter McFarlane
The first candidate to introduce herself was Maggie Braun. She encouraged everyone to tell their friends what she was about to say because she was certain it would not be printed in any newspapers. She stated Kitimat was in one of 12 ridings which had a member of the Canadian Action Party running in the riding.

“The Canadian Action Party is, above all, a pro Canadian Party. This means making decisions for ourselves about what we want in our backyard and entering into agreements that are not representative of our country. The most important issue we deal with is monetary reform. The people of Canada own the Bank of Canada. Our previous Prime Ministers created this bank for us so we would have control of our sovereignty. The people that control the money control the country,” said Braun.

She explained in 1974, the bank act changed slightly and our debt began to skyrocket and now Canada owes 500 billion dollars to private banks. The government explains we are so deeply in debt we can not afford anything but they are not telling the people the debt should not have existed to begin with.

“What is needed is our elected officials to stand up for the people of Canada instead of international banking communities which are reeking havoc all over the world today,” said Braun.

She said she looking forward to speaking about protecting Canadian Sovereignty, civil rights, monitory reform and getting the country back on its feet.