Canada's Fourth Front Party


It has been a real daunting task to launch a new party to take on the three giants. It is NOT easy. The systemic decks are stacked against new political participants and there are deliberate efforts to block democracy. We will be explaining to the Canadians what obstacles and conspiracy we had to encounter during our evolution as a party.
Why do Canadians want to be at mercy of three parties with narrow ideologies? The Liberals don’t believe in anything worth mentioning and bank upon immigrant votes, thereby are destroying the country. The Conservatives are perceived as anti-immigrants, who bank upon the right wing white votes, while the NDP has pro-union and ‘spending without thinking’ agenda. In fact each party has a well-defined parochial ideology dividing the Canadians in to three respective parts, destroying the very foundation of Canada. Is it good for Canada? Do Canadians want to live as a divided society or do we want to move together as one nation? The answer is simple. If we don’t mend our political system RIGHT NOW, we are doomed to perish as a nation. The next election will be 4 years away and in today’s world that is equivalent to losing 30 years. With America on the decline, the wheel is already turning in favor of Asian nations that are developing at such a fast pace. It is time that we stop praising ourselves as a model nation. We may have been once but we are not any more. Canada has changed a lot in the last 20 years after year 2000 with the massive influx of immigration and many Canadians are surprised why so. We will discuss one by one:


Partap Dua has been in politics since 2004. In fact, he has devoted all his life to Canadian politics trying to understand interrelation and malfunctioning of various governments. He has participated as a candidate in one federal election, 3 Mayoral elections and one federal nomination contest.

He launched an independent party in 2005 by the name United Peoples Party of Canada (UPPC). Unfortunately the party could not get eligible status as the elections were announced immediately. UPPC fielded two candidates as independents in the 2006 federal election who ended up with a few hundred votes. UPPC name has been picked up by 2 new parties- The United Party of Canada (UPC) and the Peoples Party of Canada (PPC).

In the 2006 elections, UPPC had two solid achievements. It forced the Liberal Party and the Conservatives to amend their election platforms to claw back on landing fee for new immigrants and offer an apology to past victims of Chinese Head Tax. No matter what many organizations working for years on Chinese head tax claimed, the actual pressure was put on Liberal Party by UPPC because the political novice, Partap Dua had filed his papers with a bold election platform to run against a sitting Liberal Cabinet Minister John McCallum in Markham. John McCallum got afraid that the Markham Chinese and immigrant vote might be lost in favor of Partap Dua. Of course it did not happen but the Liberals suddenly modified their platform and announced to reverse their own landing fee of $975 that was introduced by the Jean Chretien government only a few years ago. They also agreed to offer apology to Chinese head tax victims. The Conservatives followed by amending their platform as well.

This gave a lot of motivation to Partap Dua, who understood that one could do a lot for Canadians by engaging in public affairs of the country.

In 2006 itself, Partap Dua filed to run for Mayor of Markham with a bold platform of taking Markham out of York Region. He garnered around 5,000 votes and was a runner up against the sitting Mayor. But his idea echoed with people and today Mayors of Cities like Mississauga are demanding to get out of respective Regional governments.

In 2007, Partap Dua filed for nomination of Conservative Party to run against John McCallum. This was against his own conscience of joining a divisive party, in his opinion, headed by a hard core, discriminatory Stephen Harper but Dua’s constituents had advised him that he could only get in to the parliament through a ticket of an established party. All these years Partap Dua had dismissed the easy path of joining the Liberal party where many inexperienced immigrants had become MPs through effortless nominations. Stephen Harper did not approve nomination of Partap Dua who had around 700 paid members against Duncan Fletcher with barely 26 members, on the grounds that Partap Dua had not been a member of Conservative Party for six months. So a guy with barely 26 party members was allowed to run for parliament. The Conservatives had ONLY 200 card carrying members in Markham and Partap Dua had garnered the highest number of new members for the party anywhere in Canada. Stephen Harper had approved many non-members for nominations in other ridings including a neighboring riding in Markham. Partap Dua learnt an insight in to the discriminatory functioning of Conservative Party where everyone in chain of command right to the Director of Political Operations and even the late Jim Flaherty, were all hard core individuals clung to their narrow ideology. Racism was a dominant trait that Partap Dua experienced inside the Conservative party.

Partap Dua did not give up. He ran again in 2010 and 2014 for Mayor of Markham and lost both elections. But it did not deter him from continuing to fight. His resolve became harder because he saw massive deterioration in life of Canadians due to heavy influx of immigrantion. The whole fabric of Canada as a nation had changed. As a result he decided to take on the established parties through Canada’s youth by making the youth aware about power of engaging in public life.

Partap Dua holds an MBA in Finance from Schulich School of business, where he graduated at top of his class, with an average of 14 As including 3 A pluses. He also holds Chartered Finance Analyst (CFA) and Derivatives Market Specialist (DMS) designations. He has extensive business and real life experience, having worked and managed businesses. He has also worked for a global telecom company and on Bay Street as an analyst and portfolio manager.

His main passion is to contribute something solid to the struggling lives of Canadians and maintain Canada's ‘unique identity’ that made Canada attractive to the world in the 1970s.

He feels today’s Canada is fast drifting towards a third world nation status.


We need to shake up the status quo and the moribund Canadian politics. We are trying to open up Canada’s Fourth Front (CFF) as an alternative to three main parties. The benevolent Green Party that really believes in good of the planet has not been able to make headway since its launch because of Canadian population that plays the division card so hard. And Greens are also an ideological party with one agenda leaving everything else to destiny. Many nations have put an end to age old parties and time has come for Canada to do the same and give CFF a chance because CFF’s agenda is not pro immigrants or pro whites or pro unions. It is pro Canada.


If we understand answer to this question, 50% of misunderstanding would be cleared out from the minds of Canadians. Politicians have not taken the effort to explain this at all to Canadians. As of July 1, 2019, Canada’s population is estimated to be around 37,279,811. Our birth rate per day is 1,065 while our death rate per day is 771. So we add only 294 persons per day or 107,310 persons per year (0.28% of population). That is nothing. But when we add net migrations of 602 per day, we get a net change of 896 per day or 327,040 increase per year (less than 1% of population). Even this number is NOT sufficient to sustain economic growth, not to talk of .28% increase per year. Today we have 3 people working for each retiree compared to 7 people in the past. We need more working Canadians and younger population and we don’t produce children. This is the harsh reality. Either Canadians should produce more children or they have to get people from outside to sustain growth by consuming stuff produced in Canada. Given the evolving individualistic society in Canada, not only our family life has gone bad, we have stopped producing sufficient children.

Now when we know the answer, we cannot question immigration. Canadians should not ask why to allow immigrants but ask how to manage the immigrants. If we allow unchecked immigration without any real integration, we are spoiling the whole integrity of Canada as a model country. WE MUST UNDERSTAND THAT CANADA IS CHANGING BECAUSE WE REALLY NEED IMMIGRANTS TO SUSTAIN ECONOMIC GROWTH AND OUR ECONOMY (GDP). So the settler white population must reconcile to reality. As a party it becomes our duty to find ways to evolve as one nation, not as individual religious or national communities. We need to do a lot to have the capability to understand each other and mold immigrants in to one solid growing nation where no one hates one another. Sadly whatever we brag about Canada, we do hate each other as it is hard to find two communities that like each other. We must model on a mix of Norway and Singapore model, where the citizens are proud of their respective countries because of laws designed to move as ONE NATION.


Have Canadians not noticed that there is another vote grabbing strategy all three parties have in common. They came up with election platforms for MIDDLE CLASS. The parties are smart and play the mind game. They know that the very poor people do not vote and the very rich people are too small a number for votes, so just focus on people who actually vote. What about the poor and marginalized people and what about a platform for the rich who create wealth? We can’t divide Canadians on class structure as is done in developing countries, where schemes are launched for people who can be tamed with small election incentives to vote.


The answer is YES. Provided we shun the status quo and get rid of stale politicians that grab power and waste their 4 year term without focusing on good of the nation. The elected MPs sit in parliament like puppets of the party leader and don’t participate in effective debates. I can name many MPs who have never spoken a word in parliament and yet they get re-elected time and again on the party tickets.

Canada is endowed with vast tracts of beautiful land with a very manageable population that has ample room to grow for next 80-90 years. If we resolve today, we can turn this nation in to a real dream land where everyone gets up each morning with full zeal and energy without the fear of being bogged down in to unnecessary harassment by powerful corporations, banks and utility companies because ruling parties gives them free hand against Canadian citizens. We need to elect a government in Ottawa that actually thinks about Canadians. We can have peaceful sleep at night and spend stress free time with families. As we look at today’s Canada, we are living in a police state. An individual has no real existence at all and is a mere pawn in scheme of things tilted in favor of establishment and mighty corporations. The justice system is bad, there is no guaranteed safety, the police shoots people at free will, the 6 banks literally have a monopoly to rob people and there are no effective procedures for quick resolution of day-to-day problems.


We need to understand that Canada’s Federal Government has a mandate to look after Canadians across the provinces notwithstanding that there is a clear demarcation of legislative powers between federal, provincial and municipal governments. We feel that demarcation of power is what is destroying Canada. The provincial and municipal elections are taken as a joke not realizing that provincial laws and municipalities have the most effect on day to day lives of Canadians. But a strong federal leader and a strong federal government can join hands with provinces to develop policies that can bring a massive change in lives of Canadians. Ontario is one place to start and we as a party we feel that Ontario’s Premier Doug Ford is a very passionate individual wanting to do something unlike the pro bureaucracy politicians like John Tory. Doug Ford is trying to do everything in a hurry which falls back on him because he does not have a higher federal government to discuss with or partner with. Some of his actions are ill advised by his cabinet members and are bad. We think we can partner, not only with Doug Ford but with all premiers transparently as CFF is not aligned to parochial ideologies like other mainstream parties which divide people. Most things are interrelated with each other and federal government can always provide funding for specific uplifting where provincial governments are not focusing at all. This can be done without trampling on provincial laws. Just taxing more and more and dishing out money without any thought is no good. The sad part is Liberal governments appear to be dead governments and Conservative Governments try to tighten finances but are feared by half of population. Why should Canadians have to fear their own governments???


There is no problem that is unsolvable. They are made to appear difficult because parties focus on their vote banks rather than on uplifting of Canada and Canadians. In fact most problems are simple and transparent and we will explain how.



A. The rising population of seniors and baby boomers
B. The Rising Cost of Living: who is responsible?
C. Jobs and the future of educated youth
D. Global Warming
E. Functioning of Federal Government

Our party is aware of the following issues which we will engage with Canadians
1. Canada’s Students and Education
2. Canada’s Growth of Younger Generation
3. Canada’s Agriculture
4. Canada’s real inflation and role of governments
5. Canada’s Housing Prices
6. Canada’s oil Industry and oil tax
7. Canada’s environment taxing and issues
8. Canada’s Banking and Insurance Industry
9. Canada’s Immigration issues
10. Canada’s Health Care
11. Canada’s job growth
12. Canada’s lazy court system
13. Canada’s police conduct
14. Canada’s Federal Government conduct
15. Canada’s state of poor and needy
16. Canada’s Expensive Cell phones and Internet Access
17. Canada’s rising electricity and water rates
18. Canada’s Media
19. Canada’s business interaction between participants
20. Canada’s lax laws promoting fraud and dishonesty
21. Canada’s lack of uniformity in pricing of services
22. Canada’s no limit private loan rates
23. Canada’s auto industry
24. Canada’s unchecked scams
25. Canada’s extremely high real estate fees

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