Eastern Ontario Regional Coordinator

  • Posted on: 15 September 2013
  • By: Darcy Neal Donnelly

I am pleased to announce that I have accepted my responsibility to act and perform the function of the Eastern Ontario Regional Coordinated for the Ontario Libertarian Party. My offer is to volunteer some time, energy and effort when available to help promote, encourage and develop individual associations with our Libertarian Party. All we can do is offer access to information and permit individuals to inform and convince themselves of the benefits of membership.

THE WORD ON THE STREET - SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 22

Regular News

The Ontario Libertarian Party has a booth reserved at Word on the Street (WOTS) in Toronto. This will be our fifth year at WOTS representing the Party. For 24 years WOTS has attracted thousands of educated, affluent, professionally influential individuals from across Toronto and the GTA. Is it possible that among this group some may support the libertarian cause? That’s what we are attempting to find out.

Summer 2013 issue of Bulletin is online

Regular News

Our list of Libertarian Pub Nights in this issue includes three new ones in Belleville, Burlington and Sudbury.  This issue also contains several Media Releases issued in the last three months   We provide a proposal to counter the Metrolinx plan to add more taxes, disguised as "Revenue Tools."  Premier Kathleen Wynne's first budget does nothing to reduce the deficit and the burden on the next generation. Leader Allen Small expands on our platform planks for Health Care, Jobs, and taxes.

A counter proposal to the Metrolinx revenue tools plan

Press Release

 

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The Greater Toronto-Hamilton Region (GTHA) is one of the fastest growing regions in North America. Currently, Toronto is building more skyscrapers than any other city in the West. Along with this unprecedented construction is immigration, making the GTHA one of the most diverse regions in the world. That growth has created congestion during parts of the workday so that the average commute time in the region is 82 minutes per day, one of the worst in North America.

Ontario Budget 2013: Digging a deeper hole:

Press Release


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The May 2 Ontario Budget represents Kathleen Wynne's first budget as Premier, but will it be her last?

That's the $127.6 billion question. Will this budget be enough to placate the NDP and get their support to avert a late spring election? That is the central question around this budget. 

At first blush it appears that virtually all of the pre-budget demands of the NDP have been fulfilled in this document, effectively making it an NDP budget, so their support seems assured. We will know soon enough if they have been appeased.

You can please some of the people....Libertarian Platform Issues

  • Posted on: 27 March 2013
  • By: Allen Small

You may have heard it said that libertarians agree on 95% of all issues, but fight tooth-and-nail over the remaining 5% (or is it 99% and 1%?). Its true, and I'm not the first to say that. However, the bickering and arguments over that 5% is often tedious, nit-picky, divisive and for me tiresome. Spend a few minutes in a libertarian Facebook discussion and you'll see libertarians are rarely of one mind.

Budget: Lower & Simplified

Press Release

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This is the fifth in a series of releases designed to introduce our new Campaign platform for 2013-14.

The impact of taxation and spending by government affects each and every person in Ontario and across Canada. Many people consider taxes as a necessary evil to maintain our civil society. But today taxes and spending by government greatly exceed what is required to maintain order in a civil society.

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Ken Lewis Debate Photo 2

Ken Lewis is our candidate running in the by-election in Ottawa-Vanier.

Ken Lewis Debate Photo 1

Photographer Mark Snow reports that it was a packed house