This is what Fathers-4-Justice is
supposed to be about.
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Canada Rises against a family law system that denies children their right toa loving and meaningful relationship equally with both parents after divorce
From: "Steve Osborne" <>
Date: Sun, 27 Mar 2005 11:41:15 -0500
To: "Martin Paul" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Subject: Fathers-4-Justice Canada 40 Day Ultimatum
On behalf of Fathers 4 Justice Canada, I hereby serve notice of our
intention to step up our campaign of non-violent direct action against
Canada's family courts, beginning on Friday, May 6, 2005.
We now have supporters from coast to coast to coast that are prepared to
embrace civil disobedience to highlight the epidemic of mass fatherlessness
in Canada. To date we have taken steps to minimize the impact of our
actions while still demonstrating our resolve to bring about meaningful
family law reform, however, it is now apparent that our efforts have been
unsuccessful and we will now be forced to intensify our efforts to bring
truth, justice and equality to family law.
Every day children in every jurisdiction in Canada lose full or partial
contact with their fathers as a direct result of the family courts' failure
to reflect the will of Parliament as defined in the Divorce Act, their
failure to enforce their own Orders and their failure to conform with the
core values embodied in s. 15 of the Canadian Charter of Rights and
Our message is clear: enforce the will of Parliament; enforce Court Orders
that are continually broken by recalcitrant mothers; enforce the right of
children have to a meaningful, loving relationship with both parents as
outlined in the Divorce Act or face a dramatic escalation in our campaign.
If our demands are not met within 40 days we will launch an unprecedented
campaign against every court in the country that continues to fail to act in
the best interests of our children.
We are Fathers 4 Justice, however, if you have any reason to doubt our
sincerity I refer you to Tony Blair - he knows who we are.
National Coordinator and Spokesperson
Stephen Harper, Leader of the Conservative Party
Jack Layton, Leader of the New Democratic Party
Gilles Duceppe, Leader of the Bloc Quebecois