The Family Coalition Party of Ontario (FCP) has published its first complete party policy program.  The FCP is Ontario’s fourth largest political party.

In the last provincial election, September 1987, the party then just newly organized ran candidates in 36 of the 130 ridings, garnering four per cant of the vote in those ridings.  It held its first province-wide-convention in Toronto last fall.

In the area of family values, the FCP supports a housing and taxation policy beneficial to family and opposes Sunday shopping.

On human life issues, the party demands an end to government abortion funding, the “harvesting” and production of “spare parts” by keeping anencephalic babies alive.

In education, the FCP supports funding of all schools, not just the public and Catholic systems.