Jacqualine Haller for Prime Minister of Canada 2025 ~ Campaign Donations
Anyone can make a campaign donation for any amount. No campaign donation is too big or small. Every dollar matters, and there are a couple ways you can contribute.
Any and all donations, regardless of the amount, are greatly appreciated.
~ Jacqualine Haller
For those who have read my book “Pilgrimage for an OM” you already know that it walks the reader through my educational and professional choices in life.
In my previous newsletter, I announced that I was seeking the Prime Ministership of Canada in the next election.
For those non-Canadians reading this newsletter, it is typically a 4-year term.
As I listen to fellow Canadians of all ages and backgrounds converse with each other about the issues they are most frustrated with, they mirror my own.
It is not my goal to make campaign promises.
I want to speak clearly and openly on what issues can reasonably be addressed in a short 4-year term, while also understanding and appreciating that there are many more concerns to address.
1. Restoring the Canada ~ India Relationship:
I have an unparalleled unique relationship and understanding of India, and believe the relationship needs to be restored for mutual advancements. Restoring this is a priority.
2. Free Post-Secondary Education:
We will achieve this by building a team of students, professors, medical professionals, accountants and lawyers
~ the very best Canada has to offer ~
to complete a study and begin to implement free post-secondary education standards in Canada. There are many examples around the world where countries have successfully offer this education structure to their citizens and we can learn from them. In exchange for tuition expenses covered, we ensure the longevity of our excellent education standards and system. Covering tuition costs will ensure our trained Canadian professionals give back to their countrymen for the betterment and long-term care of all Canadians.
3. MAID for depression:
It is my aim to pause MAID for depression and mental illness during my term. I see the need for more time to study how MAID is creating new generational trauma for the families left behind. I also see the need for greater support for the mental health of the professionals and practitioners who are involved in making these life-and-death decisions. I find this Bill to be demoralizing not only to those individuals struggling with a treatable diagnosis, but for the younger generations who are also struggling with their mental well-being. I believe we have some of the very best physical and mental well-being professionals in the world, living right here in Canada, who are more then capable of successfully assisting Canadians who are struggling in this arena.
4. Stimulating our Economy:
Like many Canadians, I have been hurt financially with high inflation, the housing crisis and the general uncertainty around the future of my country. It is disheartening when we see young professionals leaving Canada because they cannot live on what they make, and some are making incredibly healthy salaries.
How can we re-direct this?
The solution is in finding creative ways to re-distribute tax revenue and determine where spending can be shifted. My goal is to ~ by 1% each year ~ relieve Canadians of the burden the GST has placed on everyone. For those of my generation and older,
you might remember that It was originally promised to be a temporary tax. This will need to happen slowly, but with strategic planning and open communication with Canadians, it can be achieved.
I understand there are more concerns then what are listed here, and look forward to reminding the world what it means to be Canadian, how beautiful it is to live here, and how Canada is not only a place to visit and explore, but a Nation where our International community is eager to do business with us.
Being Canadian means something.
We are the example to the rest of the world how it can and how it does work.
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~ Jacqualine Haller
The Prime Minister of Canada is not a job. It is a service.