The Living Constitution

The Canadian Living Constitution

The People of Canada, The Nation, hereby declare now and for the future, The People’s full and unrestricted Sovereignty. We the people of this Nation stand fast and resolved in the protection of its people’s Inherent Divine Rights. We the People of this Nation stand fast and resolute in the protection of our peoples, lands and waters. We the People of this Nation stand fast and resolute as the caretakers of these lands and waters both from foreign and domestic harm, for not only our next generations but for the betterment of all mankind.

This Constitution is the supreme law of Canada, The Nation. Any laws inconsistent with this Constitution shall be void.

With Inherent Divine Rights and Sovereignty come great responsibilities. All Persons bare full responsibility and liability for their actions, both with interactions with another Human Being or the Lands.

Canada, The Nation, is a country of many nationalities. Canada, The Nation, belongs to all who live in it, united by our diversity, common history, purpose and destiny, and committed to working together to promote the good guardianship and the welfare of all People, and Lands, and Waters of Canada, The Nation.

Any person who was born in Canada, The Nation, to a parent who was born in Canada, The Nation, or who has been naturalized as a person of Canada, the Nation, shall be considered a person of Canada, The Nation.

Any person that causes harm to the lands, or waters of Canada, The Nation has committed an offence upon Mother Earth and the Divine Creator.

No Lands, nor Waters of Canada, The Nation, shall be “owned”.

Language

English and French will be the official languages of Canada, the Nation. All Public matters of the people will be conducted in straight forward basic language, where the vast majority of the people may understand any matter.

No written material shall be in such a manner as to deceive, confuse or mislead any content from the basic language.

Council of Canada, The Nation

The Supreme Council of Canada, The Nation shall have exclusive control over matters relating to: Bank of Canada, The Nation, foreign affairs; armed services and national security; Law; immigration and naturalization; communications; transportation; international commerce and trade.

The Supreme Council of Canada, The Nation, shall exercise joint competencies with the provincial Councils over matters relating to: social health, education, housing, peace officers and the natural resources.

The Supreme Council of Canada, The Nation, will be made up of thirteen Representative for each province, territory and of The Nation of Original Peoples.

The Elder Council of each province, territory and The Nation of Original Peoples will be made up of thirteen Elders.

Each province, territory and the Nation of Original Peoples with have local councils as needed and as the local people feel they want.

Elder Council and Councils will work in joint efforts and will be responsible for the development of their community.

Dispute Resolution

The Constitutional Court may settle disputes between the Supreme and Elder Councils.

The Constitutional Court may decide disputes between the Supreme and Elder Council concerning the constitutional status, powers, or functions of any of those governments, their departments, and agents.

Foreign Affairs Powers

The Supreme Council will appoint a representative of Foreign Affairs.

The Supreme Council negotiates the terms of treaties.

The Supreme Council appoints ambassadors and envoys.

Disability or Death of A Supreme Council Member

In the case that the Supreme Council Member is unable to fulfill his or her duties for a period of [20/100 days], the Alternate shall temporarily assume his or her duties.

In the case that the Supreme Council Member is unable to fulfill his or her duties due to permanent disability or death, the Alternate will become permanent.

If it is unclear whether the Member is able to fulfill his or her duties, the Supreme Council shall make a determination on the Member’s fitness. By a unanimous vote.

Term of Office

The Supreme Council shall be elected for a term of seven years.

No individual may serve more than three terms as Supreme Council Member

Eligibility

A Supreme Council Member must be a Person of Canada, The Nation.

A Supreme Council Member may not serve in a leadership position of an elected office, while serving as a Member.

The Supreme Council Member may not hold any other salaried office, or engage in any trade or profession, or belong to the management or advisory board of any enterprise conducted for profit.

Code of Ethics

Members of the Councils must conduct themselves, at all times, in a manner that reflects creditably on the Councils, and maintains and strengthens the public’s trust and confidence in the integrity of the Council.

Members of the Council shall maintain the highest standards of propriety to ensure that their integrity and that of the Councils in which they serve are beyond question.

When any doubt exists as to the scope, application or meaning of any aspect of this code, the good faith of the member concerned must be the guiding principle.

Members of the Council shall disclose their financial records.

Members of the Council shall not receive gifts.

There shall be an independent regulatory commission to enforce the code of ethics.

A Regulatory Commission will be made up of three people from each province, territory, and of The Nation of Original Peoples.

The Regulatory Commission will set all salaries, expenses or any other financial matter, in regards to the Council Membership.

The Regulatory Commission members will be voted into office at the time of the Supreme Council elections, by the people.

Legislative Immunity

No Council Member shall be prosecuted, detained or punished for an opinion expressed or vote cast.

Judicial

Canada, The Nation is a nation governed by Common Law as per the “Common Law of Canada, The Nation”.

Only the Supreme Council has the authority to make Law and will be added to the Common Law of Canada, upon the clearance of The Constitution Court.

The Constitution Court Judges will be appointed by the 90% majority of the Supreme Council. Judges terms will be twelve years.

All Council have the authority to make any Rule. A Rule that is in conflict with the Law has no standing.

Judges shall be appointed by the Supreme Council, bound only by the law.

Interference with the activities of a judge or the courts of law by any of the Councils, public organizations, or persons, shall be prohibited.

All Council and administrative bodies shall comply with court decisions; these entities shall neither alter court decisions in any respect nor delay their execution.

The Judicial Council shall ensure the autonomy, independence, impartiality, competence, and efficiency of the judiciary.

The responsibilities of the Judicial Council shall include, but shall not be limited to, the appointment, discipline, and removal of prosecutors, deputy prosecutors. The composition and additional responsibilities of the Judicial Council shall be defined by law.

The Judicial Council is composed of eleven members. Appointed by the Supreme Council five members from among university professors of law. Elders elect six members from among their own number. The members of the council select a president from among their own number.

The Judicial Council shall have responsibility for the discipline and removal of judges and in their disciplinary responsibilities shall decide in accordance with the Constitution and law.

Economics

Canada, The Nation, treasury board with be appointed and overseen by the Supreme Council.

Canada The Nation currency will be operated by the Bank of Canada, the Nation.

The People of Canada, The Nation, own the Bank of Canada, The Nation.

Taxes

No person of Canada, The Nation, shall be taxed in any form on their labor.

Movement and Travel

No person shall be restricted in their movement within any lands or water ways of Canada, The Nation.

No person of Canada, The Nation, shall have their travel to outside or return to Canada, The Nation, restricted other than by Law.

Knowledge

All basic Education and or training will be provided by the Education Boards over seen by the Councils.

Knowledge, education, training, apprentices, mentors and learning by any other form be supported by all Councils.

Knowledge belongs to the people of Canada, The Nation.

All councils and courts with be open to the people and grant access, such that is reasonable.

All councils will operate in full transparency of information.

In matters of Nation Security, only the full unanimous consent of the Supreme Council will restrict the information after Security briefing.

All technical knowledge, Research and Development are for the betterment of the people, lands and waters of Canada, the Nation. And as such, belong to the People equally.

Amending Constitution

Any person may submit an amendment to the Supreme Council. Upon acceptance (twenty six members) the Supreme Council shall submit it to the Elder Council and set a National Referendum date. Any referendum must have an 80% majority to succeed.

Understanding

Let the people of Canada, The Nation, bring life to this document and only use it as a foundation and bridge for growth of its people and lands towards true unity and equality. Let the people unite in love and creatively in order to heal the past, to our people, lands and waters. From the person in the smallest community, to the towns and to the cities, we are all one. Let the people of this Nation create a new paradigm for the betterment of all mankind. May this great Nation be a source of inspiration and enlightenment for the world to see. For all people are one under Mother Earth and the Divine Creator.

You are me, and I am you.

 

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