Non-Foundational Policies                                              

Policies which delegates, or policy committees could revise and alter, or suggest something new. These are party policies that delegates will approve, or disapprove of in a free vote. 

These are not part of the rock solid policies, and are not part of the foundational party policies


Non-Foundational Policies (following the 70 point policy list on the page Constitution

2. Lands Invited to form the House of Israel    


5. Wages of Members of Parliament     

6. Speaker of the House      

7. Parliament   

9. President               

12. Government Departments and Ministries        

13. Bureaucracy 

14. House of Israel Party Constitution   

15. Judicial System                                 

16. Swift Justice      

17. Lawyers    

19. Torts, Laws and Legislation

22. Visions and Perceptions


Customs Entrenched  - specifically 

25e. Discourage Factory Farming  

25f. Animal Rights  

25h. Growing Tobacco

25j. Non Petty Gambling   

25k. Pets Treated as Humans    

25L. Pollution of Land  Water and Air        



26. Rights and Freedoms - specifically points # 4 G Courts, 14 Education  16 Free Moral Agency , 17 Homeless,    20 Mobility,  21 Movement,  26 Protection , 27 Right to Die,  28 Social Assistance, 29 Travel and Mobility  and 33 Speech. 

27. Policies Related  To Traditional  Occupations   

  2. Coal Mining     
  4. Continuing Education          
  5. Highway and Bridge Maintenance       
  6. Hunting and Gathering       
  7. Lumbering and Home Builders Assistance       
  8. Mining (oil and tar sands )         
  9. Natural Gas and Electricity           
  10. Off Shore Fishing 
  11. Pulp and Paper       
  12. Ship Building 
  13. Merchant Marine             
  14. Tourism   
  15. Raising Buffalo and Herding Reindeer 


28. Policy Related To Traditional Habits -  specifically      


30. Policies Related To Traditional Arts  - specifically 

  1. Building Ones Own House         


31. Policies Related To Traditional Sports 



34. Business  specifically   a Cooperation on the Job  b Free Trade  within our own borders.       

c Job Creation         e Mega projects        f No More Economic Exploitation     

g Raw Materials      h Reforestation Forestry and Lumbering      i The Economy        


35.Miscellaneous - specifically   35bThose not Permitted to Strike   35cCredit    35dPartnerships   35eWorker's Lunch Time  35fHeating Cost of Government Buildings       

36. Mergers, Takeovers,  and Monopolies      

37. Freedom of Competition

40. Health Care  41. Medical Services  42. Community Health Services  43. Reduce Health Care Costs   


46. Reducing the Cost of Government

48. Guns                  

55. Serious Major Immediate Problems


56. Odds and Ends - specifically    56a Business Taxes  56cJurisdiction of Federal and Municipal Governments  56fMergers, Takeovers and Monopolies     56gNationalization of Energy Sector      


67. Lands Invited to be Part of the House of Israel  

70. Conclusion






Party Mailing Address:    House of Israel Party    P.O. Box 475   Stn. Main   Calgary, Alberta  T2P-2J1


Guarantee of Rights and Freedoms and Fundamental Freedoms (from the Canadian Constitution)  " The Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms guarantees the rights and freedoms set out in it subject only to such reasonable limits prescribed by law as can be demonstrably justified in a free and democratic society. Everyone has the following fundamental freedoms: (a) freedom of conscience and religion; (b) freedom of thought, belief, opinion and expression, including freedom of the press and other media of communication; (c) freedom of peaceful assembly; and (d) freedom of association. "