The campaign for stronger ties between
Canada, Australia, New Zealand and the United Kingdom
Our Platform: Campaigning for stronger CANZUK ties

Our movement is made of volunteers from Canada, Australia, New Zealand and the United Kingdom (CANZUK). We believe our countries enjoy a unique bond thanks to our shared history and common values. We encourage our governments to work closely together and combine their efforts to promote our mutual interests.

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Navigating to the future: A CANZUK GPS

Space might be a vacuum, but when it comes to human affairs, it doesn't exist in one. Since the launch of Sputnik, national rivalries, domestic concerns and commercial realities have taken precedence over higher principles like scientific advancement and collective human endeavour.

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CANZUK is a golden opportunity for Scotland

Scotland's First Minister Nicola Sturgeon is one of the staunchest opponents of the UK’s departure from the EU. The Scottish National Party leader complains vociferously about Scotland being taken out the EU against its will. In a series of speeches and papers, she has expressed an unwavering desire to remain in the ‘European family of nations’.

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CANZUK: A bold idea for a new kind of trade bloc

Trade is lifeblood of nations, and the CANZUK nations have the chance to achieve something unique in the modern world. If you're familiar with the CANZUK concept, you will be aware that trade deals would certainly form part of any such agreement, along with freedom of movement.

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CANZUK defence alliance: Start small, think big

Australia, Canada, New Zealand and the United Kingdom have a common military heritage, and this shows in things as diverse as ranks, camouflage patterns and banners. They have a high degree of inter-operability – and in some cases, citizens of one nation can join the armed forces of another.

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Contact us for information about our campaign

Click on the link below to send a message to one of our volunteers. We can help with media requests, syndication enquiries and article submissions. We welcome feedback on our articles and social media activities. We are always pleased to hear from people who are interested in volunteering with us.

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