Michael D. Nicula
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Michael D. Nicula is the founder and the leader of the 'Online Party of Canada' (www.onlineparty.ca | Twitter: onlinepartyca), a Canadian registered federal political party. The premise of this political organization is to establish a connection between voters and elected officials through Online Voting and the pledge of the Transparency and Accountability. OPC promotes the use of Online Voting as a mechanism to ensure the Government and Parliament act in accordance with the will of the voters.

Professionally, Mr. Nicula has been working in various places in Europe and North America as a Management Consultant for more than 17 years. His area of expertise is Human Resources and Payroll systems (ERP business applications). He owns a business software development and consulting company.

Michael has obtained his Executive MBA from the University of Washington and the CMA designation from the Society of Management Accountants in Ontario. His university degree is a Masters' in Architecture.

Michael loves to travel and learn about various peoples and cultures. He has visited many countries in all continents.

Entries by Michael D. Nicula

I Entered the Mayoral Race, But I Will Not Vote Today

(23) Comments | Posted October 27, 2014 | 1:15 PM

I am one of the candidates who entered the Toronto Mayoral race and I am sadly declaring that I will not vote today, not even for my own candidacy. I am very passionate about politics; I have founded and registered a federal political party called "Party for Accountability, Competency and...

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Where Is the Support For Pro-Democracy Groups Right Here in Canada?

(0) Comments | Posted October 2, 2014 | 12:32 PM

Pro-Democracy protests anywhere in the world? Sure, we will support the protesters against tyrannical governments who deny their citizens the right to free and fair elections. Canadians are taking it to the streets in Toronto and other cities, and some are on the ground in Hong Kong. There are not...

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A Logical Solution for the Middle East Conflict

(11) Comments | Posted August 4, 2014 | 2:13 PM

The conflict in the Middle East between Israel, a sovereign nation, and Hamas, a designated terrorist organization that represents the Palestinians living in Gaza, is making news again. Over the last few weeks the TV screens around the world have splashed horrific images of destruction and suffering. We've seen this...

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Candidate Blog: Enacting Proportional Representation

(5) Comments | Posted November 12, 2013 | 4:30 PM

Polls show between 75 per cent and 90 per cent of Canadian voters support Proportional Representation (PR). It is too obvious that the "First-Past-the-Post" (FPTP) system is not representative when you look at our "majority" Conservative Parliament based on less than 25 per cent of the eligible voters'...

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Candidate Blog: What I Would Do About Corruption

(1) Comments | Posted November 7, 2013 | 4:20 PM

I entered the By-Elections in the Toronto Centre district representing the Online Party of Canada because this is the time to remind Canadians that they can still do something to change the Canadian politics!

I find that protests are futile and the well-oiled advertising machines...

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The 'First Past the Post' Elections System Doesn't Work for Canada

(17) Comments | Posted October 18, 2013 | 5:38 PM

Our political system has many flaws that are all but impossible to fix because nobody can gather a majority of support. Every voter has a different idea about what needs to be fixed first, and how. Add to that the fact that the political system is very complicated and most...

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Don't Believe America's Lies About Syria

(84) Comments | Posted September 5, 2013 | 1:12 AM

The U.S. Government is threatening to attack Syria based on the most ridiculous premises since the start of the Iraq war. Remember the aluminum tubes and the biological weapons truck cited by Colin Powell? This time, the Secretary of State John Kerry cites 'traces...

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The Broken Promise of the Obama Presidency

(6) Comments | Posted July 4, 2013 | 3:05 PM

In January 2009 I drove to Buffalo, boarded a plane to Washington DC and spent a few days there to bear witness of the birth of a new era: Barack Obama was sworn in as the most promising US President ever.

During the campaign, he said the right things,...

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Will Canada Join a War Against North Korea?

(64) Comments | Posted April 5, 2013 | 12:17 PM

I visited North Korea a couple of years ago, out of pure curiosity to see for myself how this mysterious country looks like from the inside. I also wanted to gain a better understanding of the stand-off between North Korea, South Korea and the United States.

The visit was...

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We're Lucky Harper Wasn't in Charge When the Iraq War Began

(16) Comments | Posted March 21, 2013 | 7:48 AM

The 10 year anniversary of "the war of our generation" has brought back from the shadows the actors of the momentous events of 2003 that dominated the world's political scene. Many of these individuals -- George W. Bush, Dick Cheney, Tony Blair, Hans Blix, Saddam Hussein as well as Jean...

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Telecom: Everybody Knows the Deal Is Rotten

(3) Comments | Posted February 5, 2013 | 11:14 AM

Canadians pay high prices for Telecom services of such poor quality that it has officially become an embarrassment to our country. Our Internet service prices are incredibly higher (in excess of 15 times) and shockingly slower (15 times for upload) than many other countries (e.g., Romania, South Korea, Latvia, Sweden..)....

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How Do You Solve a Problem Like First Nations?

(3) Comments | Posted January 22, 2013 | 10:16 AM

Many Canadians have long lamented the plight of our First Nations population, but a clear solution has never been proffered. According to a recent Ipsos-Reid poll, a "majority says most of the problems of native peoples are brought on by themselves." The Harper government, however, is perceived as doing a...

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