0. Ontario Libertarian Party

 

Explore New Possibilities!

We believe in the right of individuals, families and communities to make their own informed decisions about issues affecting themselves directly.  Join us to help make this a reality.

2. Leader's Message

 

Allen Small

"I believe that the people of Ontario should have greater control of their own lives, including greater economic and personal freedom. I'm confident that will result in greater prosperity for themselves and their families. One way this can be achieved is by reducing the size and scope of government. By supporting the Ontario Libertarian Party, you can help make this happen."

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3. It's time for a better Ontario

 

What do we stand for?

Our VISION is Communities of freedom, harmony, and abundance.
 
Our MISSION is to explore new possibilities through recognition of, respect for, and protection of individual liberty.

Presenting the new executive and some candid photos from the Convention, Nov. 4, 2017
The Executive Committee members are from many parts of the province and have a 60 year age range.

Sunday, November 5, 2017 - 15:06

Winter Tires not compulsory

  • Posted on: 16 December 2010
  • By: Jim McIntosh
Fortunately McGuinty resisted the urge to tell us what’s good for us this time. In spite of the pleadings of the CAA and Ontario Safety League he refused to offer a tax credit for winter tires. http://www.cbc.ca/canada/toronto/story/2010/12/15/ontario-winter-tire-ta... Even better, he refused to pass a law requiring all cars to have winter tires, like Quebec.

Winter 2010 issue of Bulletin is online

  • Posted on: 16 December 2010
  • By: Jim McIntosh
Regular News

 In this issue, John Shaw remembers David Nolan, one of the founders of the US Libertarian Party and developer of the Nolan Chart used in the World’s Smallest Political Quiz, who died November 21, 2010.  Jim McIntosh provides notes from the Annual Liberty Seminar and General Meeting.  The Chairman's Report by Heath Thomas writes about libertarians in the October municipal elections and about plans for the provincial election in October.   “Now is the time for all good people to come to the aid of the Party,” says Jim McIntosh, appealing for candidates and money for our next campaign.  Allen

Ontario Libertarian Party Information Request

  • Posted on: 14 December 2010
  • By: Matthew Belanger

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Annual Liberty Seminar and General Meeting

  • Posted on: 12 December 2010
  • By: Matthew Belanger

A sell-out crowd attended our event and heard from three fascinating speakers.

Stefan Molyneux of Freedomain Radio advised that arguing from the morality of freedom would be more effective than arguing for effects of liberty. We may expect liberty to provide many improvements and benefits, but there will be some who will suffer when government stops providing benefits. Stefan posted a video of his presentation on YouTube.

Libertarians run for municipal council

  • Posted on: 12 December 2010
  • By: Matthew Belanger
Press Release

Three members of the party ran for local council in November 2010. Unfortunately none of them were elected. 

Jean-Serge Brisson, our Deputy Leader, ran for council in Russell Township were he was a councillor from 2003 to 2006. Visit his web site at jeansergebrisson.net.

Heath Thomas, our Chairman, ran for Toronto Council in Ward 44 (South-East Scarborough) against incumbent Ron Moeser. Visit his web site at HeathThomas.ca

Liberty Summer Seminar in jeopardy

  • Posted on: 12 December 2010
  • By: Matthew Belanger

Due to an anonymous zoning complaint filed with the local municipality, husband and wife bed-and-breakfast proprietors Marta & Lech Jaworski may be forced to pay as much as $50,000 in fines for permitting their son, Peter, to use his family’s property to host the Liberty Summer Seminar, an annual seminar in support of liberty. 

Visit Willow Pond Bed and Breakfast for the full press release and to contribute to their defense fund. 

Summer 2010 issue of Bulletin available online

  • Posted on: 13 July 2010
  • By: Jim McIntosh
Newsletter

Retired teacher Allen Small writes about the problem the government-run schools had trying to introduce a new sex education curriculum. He also wrote a letter to the editor challenging the Suzuki Foundation's proposal to create a "foodbelt." Our Leader, Sam Aplebaum, expresses his disgust with our Premier. Chairman Heath Thomas makes an appeal for help with his campaign to become councilor for Ward 44 in Toronto. We also review a couple of books on the financial crisis. Read it all.

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