911 Justice Canada – Our Guiding Principles
9/11 is a symbol now of the corruption that plagues our precious Canadian democracy. Our free and open society is something from which all Canadians benefit on a daily basis. Our society did not come to be stable, productive and secure suddenly or by accident. It came as a result of its historic formation by the empires of France and Great Britain. Canada has survived and prospered through many difficult chapters in history and is no stranger to the effects of war. We at 911 Justice Canada know that what we have now is a gift that all Canadians should appreciate and protect – the civil society in which we all live. 9/11 is a symbol and a warning to all Canadians that we should not take our gift for granted, and all Canadians do need to invest some time and effort in supporting and maintaining the 7 principles we have identified.
- Freedom of Speech
- Right to Protest
- Freedom of Expression
- Freedom of Assembly
- Journalistic Integrity
- Freedom of the Press
- Justice that is blind and transparent
We stand on, support and advocate for Freedom of Speech, the right to protest, freedom of expression and freedom of assembly. We also support having an open society and the principles of free debate on any topic. Further, 911 Justice Canada supports journalistic integrity and the principle of freedom of the press. We are dedicated to improving Canada in these areas because we believe that these principles will help to bring the truth about 9/11 to all Canadians in an open and transparent way. Further, whether or not an individual agrees with our goal, the principles which we are working to improve are something that are valued by most if not all Canadians.