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.

Saturday November 4, 2017 - 9:30 AM to 4:30 PM
Monte Carlo Inn, 8900 Woodbine Ave., Markham, L3R 5K6

The Party holds a Convention once every three years to elect a Leader, Deputy Leader, the officers of the Party, 2 Members-at Large,and 2 members of the Ethics Committee.  This is an important Convention since the next General Election is scheduled for June 7, 2018.  If you're interested n helping to manage the affairs of the Party, this is your opportunity.  You can register here.

The day starts at 9:30 with registration and a continental breakfast, followed by a welcome from Leader Allen Small, and his report on the status of our efforts to achieve a full slate for the June 2018 Provincial Elections.  We will approve the minutes of last year's Annual General Meeting and hear reports of officers.  

Next we have a special Guest Speaker, Anthony Furey, Sun/Postmedia columnist and national comment editor, libertarian and host of SiriusXM Cananda Talks Ch.167 National Post Radio, 7-10 AM, and author of Pulse Attack: The Secret Weapon That Can Destroy North America. Anthony will speak about his book, have some available for sale and signing, and speak about current events with time for a Q&A.

Lunch is included and consists of soup, salad, Roasted Rosemary Chicken dinner and Black Forest cake.  This alone is worth the registration fee!  REGISTER NOW!

Then we elect the Leader, Deputy Leader, 6 Officers, 2 Members-at Large, and 2 members of the Ethics Committee.  If you are interested in running for one of these positions, you can see a description of the responsibilities in the Constitution

The next order of business will be to discuss and vote on amendments to the Constitution and Bylaws of the Party.  Details of any proposed amendments will be provided to members by at least October 4, 2017.  

We have arranged for a discounted rate at Monte Carlo Inn - Markham.  Phone 1-905-513-8100 or go online to www.montecarloinns.com (you will need the postal code - L3R 5K6). Mention the Party and use code OLP17. By the way, you may find even cheaper more compettive rates if you search one of the major online resellers, Expedia, Hotels.com etc.  

REGISTER FOR CONVENTION 2017 HERE. Let me know if you have special dietary needs, or transportation to the Convention.  

Jim McIntosh, Treasurer, cfo@libertarian.on.ca 
416-283-7589 or 1-855-ONT-LIBErty (668-5423)

P.S. You may vote by Proxy.  Complete the 2017 Convention Proxy Form online, print it, sign it and mail it to the address on the form with a cheque for $5.00.  

Sunday, August 13, 2017 - 22:05

Doctors protest fee cuts at Queen's Park April 23/16

  • Posted on: 25 April 2016
  • By: Allen Small
Regular News


We had a team at the Concerned Doctors Rally on April 23 at Queen's Park. Here are some of the team members and the signs that were used. We also handed out a flier. Our issue was patient centred: why should patient care be subject to long wait lists caused by rationing?
The doctors were their trying to protect their fee schedule.  

Ontario Budget Response – Cap & Trade

  • Posted on: 14 March 2016
  • By: Allen Small
Regular News

Ontario Budget Response – Cap & Trade:                                                                                       March 15, 2016

 

The Ontario Libertarian Party is opposed to the Cap and Trade Tax presented in the 2016 Ontario Provincial Budget and is the largest political party in Ontario opposed to any form of carbon pricing.

The Spring 2016 issue of Bulletin is online

  • Posted on: 4 March 2016
  • By: Jim McIntosh
Regular News

We provide a Media Release in response to the Ontario Budget, asking for a "Return to Common Sense." Campaign Director Rob Brooks recommends we stop speaking 'libertarian' to voters and speak common language if we hope to have them understand us. Scott Johnston sends a letter to Toronto city hall complaining about the damage the 'free' snow clearing service is doing to the sidewalks. Scott also comments on his concern that the government-run medical system could save money if people didn't live too long.

Libertarians only have it half right

  • Posted on: 29 February 2016
  • By: Tim Harnick

When I discovered the OLP it was an epiphany. I am 60 now and hadn't felt such a rush since my first love. As I researched further the shine began to come off the apple. When I look back at my first love I now sing to myself, "she ain't pretty she just looks that way." To be brutally concise I feel libertarians disdain for big government power is to be applauded but they don't research the consequences of transferring that power to the private sector.

The Ontario Libertarian Party is calling for “A Return to Common Sense”

  • Posted on: 25 February 2016
  • By: Rob Brooks
Press Release

The Ontario Libertarian Party is calling for “A Return to Common Sense”.

Ontario Budget Response 2016:                                                                        February 25, 2016

- M E D I A   R E L E A S E -

Today Finance Minister Charles Sousa tabled the Ontario Budget for the 2016 -17 fiscal year. This budget is just a continuation of the status quo that plagues Ontario, driving businesses away and putting families under ever-greater stress.

Has your opinion of the Pan Am Games changed since the games began - Positive or Negative?

Yes - now more positive, it was worth all the money and inconvenience.
6% (1 vote)
Yes - now more negative, I think it was overrated and too expensive.
22% (4 votes)
No change - I still support the entire venture.
6% (1 vote)
No change - I always thought the money spent could be put to better use.
67% (12 votes)
Total votes: 18

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