dogs 4 democracy

Looking down past a Canada ball cap we see a collie dog
Mape Leaf that says "Oh! Canada"Dogs are great.

When a dog joins our family they want only what is best for us.
When we accept them into our pack, they will do whatever they can to make us happy. When we go to Canada Day celebrations, our dog is always happy to come along.

After all, we will be there, which translates as heaven on earth to our dogs. Dogs might get first dibs on hot dogs or ice cream scoops that fall in range, but that’s just fringe benefits. They are there for us.

All the dogs in the following pictures came out with their families to the Waterloo or Guelph No ProRogue rallies on January 23rd, 2003.

A Husky dog lays patiently on the concrete among during the rally.

Our dogs can be patient.

Two Rottweilers enjoy the rally

They love all the sights and smells.

A dog at the Waterloo NoProrogue Rally

But it isn’t just on nice days that our furry friends will help us celebrate democracy.

A dog is curled up beside the ice rink at the Waterloo rally.

Our dogs will come out with us in all weather to march for democracy.

A little white fluffy dog wears a coat to keep warm.

Even the little dogs.

This dog is ready to march: dogs 4 democracy

Because our dogs want only what is best for us.

A fluffy brown dog is enjoying the outing with the crowd of protesters.

Maybe our government could learn something from our dogs.

Canadian Flag

Write to your Member of Parliament and tell them what you think about premature prorogation. You can find your MP with this lovely link – it will also help you find out who your MP is if you don’t know. It’s time that Canadians started letting them know what we think about how they represent us.
Find your Member of Parliament

Write to Prime Minister Stephen Harper and tell him too!
Prime Minister/Premier Ministre Stephen Harper <>

You can also send him postal mail without a stamp!! Canada Post delivers mail to and from the Canadian government representatives gratis:

The Right Hon. Stephen Joseph Harper, P.C., B.A., M.A.
1600 90th Avenue Southwest, suite A-203
Calgary, Alberta
T2V 5A8

The government gives more credence to postal mail than email.   Maybe because it’s more expensive.

Canada badly needs electoral reform. Take a peek at the Non-Partisan Fair Vote Canada site to get information some ideas of electoral reform. All Canadians need to join in these non-partisan discussions.

P.S. You can also sign the online petition “Declaration of Voters Rights

Premature Prorogation is just one of the signs of Electoral Dysfunction.