Natural Law Party of Ontario

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The Natural Law Party of Ontario was a political party in Ontario, Canada, the provincial affiliate of the Natural Law Party of Canada. It was established in 1993, and fielded candidates in the 1995 and 1999 provincial elections. Ashley Deans was the president of the party between 1993 and 2000, The party appears to have dissolved at the same time as the federal party, in or around 2000.

The Natural Law Party of Canada received notoriety in the 1993 federal election by promising to solve Canada's social and economic problems by developing a team of yogic flyers to elevate the nation's consciousness. The party was generally regarded as a novelty, despite protestations of seriousness from its leadership.

Ronald J.D. Parker, leader of the Ontario party, frequently spoke of "consciousness-based solutions" and "the science of consciousness" in reforming the individual. In the 1997 federal election, he promoted yogic flying as a means of developing a creative "national consciousness" and claimed that people using the NLP's approach to preventative health care experienced 90% fewer patient days in hospital.

In the 1999 provincial election, Parker promised to bring 7,000 yogic flyers to Ontario to improve the consciousness of the province. He promised that his party's policies would reduce health spending by 50%, as well as increasing the value of...
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