The party is contesting this by-election. A special challenge for us this time is our planned candidate for the riding is working outside of the Province and unavailable to run. Thanks Government, for making Ontario a have-not Province where people choose or even have to leave to escape high taxes and limited opportunities.
Campaign Director Rob Brooks provides a preview of plans for the 2018 General Election, including our objective of a full slate and how we will make it happen, the Campaign War Chest and budget, and the candidate selection process. Leader Allen Small writes about his experience in the 2011 Federal Election were he learned the importance to voters of running a full slate of candidates.
Campaign Director Rob Brooks provides an update on our plans for the 2018 General Eelction. Our primary objective is to run a full slate of 122 candidates. Allen Small provides the Leader's Report he presented at the Annual General Meeting. Jim McIntosh reports on the activities of the AGM, including Tim Moen as guest speaker. After the AGM the Party Caucus elected Rob Ferguson as the new Deputy Leader. The results of the election of Officers and Ethics Committee are presented, along with a list of members of the Esxecutive and Ethics Committee.
April 2017 Update - Topics covered
- Comments on the Spring issue of the ETFO Voice
- Cozy relationship between Elementary Teachers Union and Ontario government agenda
- Since when is it acceptable to impose political ideology on schoolchildren?
- Time to "Put parents back in charge."
See video here: https://youtu.be/PyKj5sBP9Jg
March 2017 Update - topics covered:
- electricity rates - the fake discount
- Cap & Trade carbon tax now imposed on Ontario
- Ontario Legislature Motion against Islamophobia
- 16 months to Ontario General Election
- The REAL opposition
Help us repeal the Cap & Trade Tax.
Government is supposed to protect our rights from force and fraud while allowing us to pursue our dreams unimpaired. Instead what we have is a government that is determined to pursue an ideological goal that will harm those people in our province least able to provide the necessities of life for themselves and their families. This will eventually hurt everyone and it is the opposite of what good government should be doing.
Print the PDF version or read the online version. The Fall 2016 Bulletin provides the Agenda and a description of the plans for the Annual General Meeting, including Regional Caucus Meetings for the Libertarian Party of Canada. Allen Small reports on the "risky business" of his campaign in the Scarborough-Rouge River by-election on September 1, and we include the Media Release announcing his candidacy.
We each individually pursue our own unique goals and objectives in our lives. It is what we live for. To achieve something that we individually desire, want or need. I want to live a peaceful prosperous life with family, friends, neighbours and acqaintences. In order to help me acheive my individual pursuit, I am engaged in many activities including being a member of the Ontario Libertarian Party. Libertarian orientated individuals tend to pursue peaceful economic freedoms leading to individual prosperity.
The Ontario Libertarian Party is proud to announce that party leader Allen Small will represent the party in the Scarborough-Rouge River by-election.
We start with a reminder that December 31 is the deadline for donations to receive a refundable Political Tax Credit for 2017. "Refundable" means that you receive the credit of 75% of the first $399 donated even if you don't owe any taxes. If you haven't yet donated this year, or if you would like to top up your donation to help us with our 2018 election campaign, now is the time (see below).
We report on the Convention held November 4,including the elections and listing of new Executive and Ethics Committee members. Allen Small provides a summary of his report to the Convention.
Scott Marshall, our new Campaign Director, reports on the progress of our "Full Slate" campaign.
As usual, we include a list of Libertarian meetings around the province.
And last, but not least, there was room for a few quotes from Thomas Jefferson.