About

Blood and Honour Canada (Club 28) is a tight-knit, culturally in-tune organization operating independently of any religious or political representation. It is the practice of Canada’s Blood and Honour movement to raise awareness of issues concerning our unique and combined European cultures and heritage so that we may preserve and pass on those values to future generations. As an organization Blood and Honour Canada proudly promotes education, physical fitness and self-reliance both inside and out of our membership base believing that in order to secure our cultures and lifestyle as a whole, it is necessary to acknowledge and resolve the issues of each individual who would work with us toward our common goal.

 As an organization, Blood & Honour Canada firmly believes that the best and most effective means of accomplishing our goals is through a combination of direct and indirect actions. Understanding the importance of personal interactions as paramount to our success, we extend open invitations to numerous charitable events and social gatherings that we organize and host as a means of educating our guests on current events, supported charities and when possible, to alter some of the negative misconceptions held about our organization.

For information on some of these events, please visit our event page.


Founding Principles


Blood and Honour Canada will be guided in its constitution, actions, and policy by the following principles:


· We believe in self-determination through the creation of equality of opportunity[i]

· We believe in the universality of law[ii], as the fundamental cornerstone of justice

· We believe in the importance of heritage, ancestry and culture as a part of identity.

· We believe in principles of personal responsibility, fair trade, and self determination.

· We believe that post-colonial states should be preserved as multinational confederations, rather than transformed to homogenous nation-states.

· We believe that government efforts to combat social inequality should focus on economic factors, instead of race/ religion/ visible minority status.

· We believe that profitability is not synonymous with value.

· We believe that the citizen is the most valuable investment of any state.

· We believe in high quality, publicly funded education, healthcare, and pharmacare.

· We believe that it is the role of government to enable citizens in order that they may thrive within society and as contributors within a competitive market economy.

· We believe in a meritocratic citizenship structure which incentivizes civic service[iii]

· We believe in the right of every human being to enjoy safety, security, and opportunity.

· We believe in immigration reform, and in a long-term global strategy to end mass migrations.

· We believe in the creation of a strong and ubiquitous military tradition.

· We believe in religious freedom, in so far as religious rites do not hinder civic cohesion.

· We believe in the right of citizens to reasonably and responsibly enjoy prosperity earned

· We believe in the right of every citizen to own property on which he/she can reasonably subsist.

· We believe in the citizens right to keep and bare arms.

· We believe in, and support “castle doctrine”

· We believe that all citizens should be empowered as labourers, consumers and investors.

· We believe citizenship is a privilege, not a right, and that it should be awarded based on merit, and civic service rather than place of birth.

· We believe in empowering localized, sustainable growth and development practices[iv].

· We believe in progress through a fair, and competitive commodities market.

· We believe that “necessities of life [v] ” should not be beholden to private interests.

· We believe that without governmental transparency, democracy is impossible.

· We believe that without corporate transparency, fair trade is impossible.

· We believe in the capacity of cooperative, secular democracy to legislate fairly.

· We believe that it is the responsibility of government to act reasonably and prudently.

· We believe in an efficient, rehabilitative corrections system which draws on empirical findings to reduce recidivism and allow for positive reintegration.

· We believe in the use of incarceration only in instances where an offender poses a significant, ongoing threat to public safety.

· We believe in the reinstatement of capital punishment where reintegration is not a possibility, rendering long term incarceration imprudent.

· We believe that censorship undermines growth and amounts to historical revisionism.

· We believe in a limited right to freedom of speech wherein all citizens have the right to take part in informed, and intelligent discourse without fear of reprisal.

· We believe that all economic policy should accurately reflect the ideals of it’s citizens.

· We believe in the shared responsibility of governments and private industry to restore, maintain, and improve, all areas impacted by shipping, development, and production.

· We believe in a Pigouvian consumer taxation system which funds and reduces the burden of social services on the economy.

· We believe that government revenue should be derived through investments in infrastructure, rather than through taxation.

· We believe that the legislated industry standards of a Nation-State should extend beyond geo-political borders, to include all aspects of the production[vi] of any goods manufactured by or with the intent of being sold domestically.


Through these principles we hope to foster and attain:


• A cohesive global network of members, supporters and affiliates, united under a common set of values, and working toward attaining a common set of goals.

• To develop this network, it’s members and supporters through education, skills training, and physical fitness in order to promote a protean self-sufficiency in keeping with the traditions of Roman Stoicism.

• To promote informed, intelligent, broad and respectful discourse on any and all subject matter without fear of admonishment or censorship.

• To promote involvement in local, citizen government, public life, and a sense of civic responsibility.

• To promote attentiveness, situational awareness, and a broader social understanding that enables members to both empathize with and offer creative, clear, concise and rational solutions to problems as they occur.

• To create a membership body who embodies the goals and values of Blood & Honour Canada and who comports themselves in a manner befitting their heritage while ever striving to improve that standing.

[i] “Equality of Opportunity” referring both to legislation which, using the market as a barometer, compensates for sex, race, religion, and limited mental or physical disability, and the development of reliable, accessible, affordable, and efficient public infrastructure which increases citizen mobility, access to employment, and market competitors’ pricing in order to create and foster the greatest chance of success for all citizens, and to enable the most competitive environment for all industries.

[ii] The belief that legal system should be both impartial and just in application, compensating for and legislating safeguards which prevent and compensate for any bias.

[iii] “Civic Service” is defined as any task, which promotes the betterment, security, or enrichment of the citizen body, or which may be consider altruistic and for the greater public good. Traditional examples of civic service include volunteer work, military service, and professions within the sectors of education, healthcare, emergency services, law, and government.

[iv] Where “localized” refers to the use of strategies scientifically shown to be the most effective for the specific geographic region, and the ecosystems there in, as a part of a broader, federal strategy; and where “sustainable” refers to the need for all development and business strategies to promote the continued health, and well being of the citizens, environment, and ecosystems in which they operate.

[v] “Necessities of Life” are here by defined as any item(s) required in order to maintain the minimum acceptable standard of living as laid out by the United Nations Universal Declaration of Human Rights.

[vi] The phrase, “all aspects of production” is meant literally, and is inclusive of, but not limited to employee health and safety, consumer health and safety, employee wage in relation to the local living wage, building and building inspection codes, etc.

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