The following principles guide the issues we may address on a provincial or national level.
- We believe moral tradition found in the Christian faith is foundational to Canadian society
- We believe that all Canadians have the right to express and practice publicly legitimate religious beliefs, and that government has a duty to respect and safeguard those rights.
- We believe that the family, based on the one man and one woman model of marriage is central to a healthy, stable society.
- We believe in policies which protect the inherent right and responsibility of parents in the raising and education of their children.
- We believe in seeking justice and protection for those unable to speak for themselves, particularly defenseless children.
- We believe in the inherent dignity of human life, from conception to natural death.
- We believe in the mutual responsibility of all citizens to be active in community life and participate in the democratic political process.
- We believe that MPs and other elected representatives must be accountable to their constituents.
- We believe governments must exercise wisdom and responsibility in managing the tax revenues entrusted to them by working Canadians.
- We believe in the supremacy of Parliament as lawmakers (not judges, human rights commissions or judicial bodies from outside of Canada).
A national organization dedicated to a healthy moral Canadian society that protects children, honours and encourages traditional marriage and families, encourages responsible governance, and respects every citizen’s right to express and debate views and beliefs on all issues.
Our main objective is to inform and mobilize citizens and to provide government decision makers with information and direction.
We work with individuals, churches, other like-minded groups, and businesses to provide a unified thrust in promoting the Christian worldview in government, the media and society.
Active supporters from across Canada participate in various major campaigns through phone calls to MPs, petitions, brochure distribution and letters to editors of newspapers. Some even host meetings in their area on issues and invite speakers.
What Makes Us Different?
ACTION makes CFA different from other groups. Many people want to influence society but don’t know what to do. CFA provides effective tools that make it easy for ordinary Canadians to take action.
CFA is not a charity. Charities are severely restricted by Canada’s Revenue Agency policies in regards to political action.
We are a registered not-for-profit corporation that does not ask for (or receive) any funding from government. CFA is 100% supported by citizens like you who value our efforts to make positive change in Canada.
We equip citizens to be a part of the decision-making process of legislatures and parliament, education and parent Boards, and have their voices heard in media.
Our greatest strength, unique to CFA, is our ability to mobilize large-scale and effective citizen action on issues of concern to most Canadians.
Together with you, we are a group of dedicated activists determined to influence public policy in a positive way and we will continue to advocate for principle based, family-friendly public policies in Canadian society.
Thank you for your support!