To bring dignity and value back to the English language in Quebec.
To rally provincial, national and international support for the protection of English and multi-ethnic rights in Quebec.
To bring to light the harassment and threats perpetrated by the “Language Police” (OLF) against the many English-speaking small business owners and entrepreneurs in Quebec who have suffered a loss to their livelihoods as a result of the Marois government’s abusive tactics.
To illustrate the Marois government’s continuous attempt to divide the multi-ethnic communities of our province by exposing the divisive and destructive nature of “Bill 101”, “Bill 14”, the “Charter of Rights and Values” and the new OLF i-phone application that goes so far as to pit Quebecers against each other by asking all citizens to ‘report’ on any fellow Quebec business owners and managers whose stores and establishments don’t speak enough French.
To use a portion of the funds raised by the “Unity Pin” to help finance the legal defense of Quebec citizens facing prosecution as a result of these unjust laws and charters.
To send a "Unity Pin" to every member of the Quebec Assembly so that they can demonstrate their support for the English speaking constituents that they represent and prove that they too want to live in a unified Quebec.
To establish unity for everyone through equality in Quebec.