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How To Become a C.P.U. Member

Updated: Jun 13, 2022

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Canadian People's Union Membership

You will notice that some sections of our website are only accessible to C.P.U. Members. This is because our website has been designed to serve three purposes:

1. Calls To Action: Instructions for PC or iOS & Android Smart phones

For PC: From the main page, go to Resource Hubtab”, from the menu, click on the 2nd one, Calls to Action, which will directly bring you to the Take Action page.

For iOS & Android smart phones: On the main page, “press” on the white round “icon”, scroll down until you see Resource Hub, “press” on the red down arrow, then “press” on Calls To Action, it will directly bring you to the Take Action page.

All this information has been created by the C.P.U. and is accessible to the public via the following address:

2. A free, friendly and respectful site for Powershift Supporters. You can participate in discussions on a number of Powershift-related topics with other Powershift Supporters and C.P.U. members. You can sign up for free at the login icon and can visit the website’s Forum section under the Resource Hub tab.

3. For C.P.U. Members only

Why Become a Canadian Peoples’ Union Member?

This gives the C.P.U. Members the opportunity to work with others who share the same views and understand that the governance of our country is unacceptable.

How Is This Done?

C.P.U. Members can work to change and fix what is unacceptable, to ensure that our children and future generations, have a solid foundation to manœuvre with respect to individual rights, collective rights, and the ability to self-determine their governance.

It will be done through discussion, critical thinking, problem solving, brainstorming and debate on how we wish to be self-governed, and how we want our government to work for us.

What we want to put in place is that the Collective Citizens and Indigenous Peoples of Canada having the Collective Right, to monitor and work with elected governments to effectively solve the source of the problem that is causing the various issues in our country today.

There are many ways to achieve it, and we will all collectively work together on this.

The harsh reality is that there are no "overseeing" bodies of experts, elected officials, etc. that keep those we elect accountable for their actions and have no conflict of interest.

Elected Politicians simply write, amend or change the rules and laws to benefit their political parties or special interest lobby groups without consultation, or if consultation has been performed, it invariably is only a formality without consequence to their primary objective.

C.P.U. Members understand that the only difference between living under dictatorship or being free to make one’s own decisions is... who has the final-decision making authority. Better put, it is who has the authority to say "No".

Since 1867, the Collective Citizens and Indigenous People of Canada have had no active means to say “No” to decisions made in between elections as the government(s) solely decide if referendums are required.

Voting is not an active means of saying “No”. Voting is simply a way of deciding who will say “No” on your behalf without having an active or meaningful way to hold them accountable in between elections.

The C.P.U. Membership is an annual membership. There are several options for joining and paying the annual membership under the membership “tab” at the following link: You will find a couple of options to join here, on our website. #informedandinvolved #powershifttofreedom

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How can you endorse an entity like "Pay Pal" who has shown their true colors during the sinister ConVid narrative and the Trucker's convoy?

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Hi Richard,

We are well aware of Paypal and even our banking system... be it national or international.

We do not agree with everything they do by any stretch of the imagination, and its use does not mean we support their philosophical stance.

Rather, we are stuck using in this financial model for the time being.

To actually bring change in a way that can consistently move our systems to where we, the Collective Citizens and Indigenous Peoples of Canada need them to be for our lives, our children’s lives, and the lives of future generations we ask that people sign their Convention of Consent and help share our message, so we can begin to purposefully effect change where it…


Mar 26, 2022

I would like to know what I can share and if there is anything I can't share ? I just became a member just a short time ago I am trying to navigate your website ..How do you know what the newest videos are for example . Is there pamphlets I can hand out ?

Rhonda Cwynar
Rhonda Cwynar
Apr 25, 2022
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Hi Edward,


We do have a video section (under the menu item "Education").

Videos are also found on the bottom section of the home page.

You can share anything on our website and our FB Page and FB Groups (English and French).

We also have a Call To Action section on our forum that has links to information you can download and share, or print and hand-out.

I hope this helps :-)


Is it $120 per person every year to be come a member?

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Yes it is but as a member you get the zoom meetings. Those meeting are gold for info and worth becoming a member


I thought I was a member but can not access member only sites. I am paying 10$ per month as our Gov pensions aren't exactly huge. Bill

Jul 26, 2021
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Darn, bill can you give me your password in a private message in FB so that I can see what happens because you are in here from what I can see.. beside the bell and little man, there is an arrow, click on that and then click on my account. It should say standard membership.

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