Posted by CPJ

The 1960s: Birthing a Christian political movement

Much of the inspiration for CPJ’s formation came from Alberta, where a small group of Christians had launched the Christian Action Foundation in 1962. It pushed for Christian action in politics, labour and education, energized by the vision of a radically different society based on Gospel values.

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The Next 40 Years

Carol Goar, Toronto Star Columnist, Toronto, September 12, 2003.

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CPJ for proportional representation

CPJ Submission to Public Consultation on Electoral Reform

May 2003
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CPJ has a longstanding belief that our current “first past the post” system of political representation is fundamentally flawed and should be replaced by a proportional representation model. 

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The Names of CPJ

For over half a century, the work of CPJ has been publicly known under different names and carried out through a variety of organizational and corporate structures.

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Quality over Quantity: 2002 pre-budget submission

Investing in Human Development
Submission to the Standing Committee on Finance Pre-Budget Consultations
September 2002
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Read CPJ’s 2002 brief to federal pre-budget consultations.

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NATION TO NATION: Aboriginal Sovereignty and the Future of Canada

The new updated version of a 1992 edition. It includes 18 new articles and updates to 10 first-edition articles. Nearly 3,000 copies sold!

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