Announcement on Party Gatherings

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At its core, politics is about community. The Ontario Liberal Party was formed on this understanding and demonstrated that spirit in action at our recent Leadership Convention in Mississauga.

In the days since the convention, world events have become overwhelming for many. But we also know that together we can take measures to support each other, our safety, and our shared public health. As a party, we hold ourselves to a high standard when it comes to the safety of our members, supporters, and the broader public. That is why until further notice, all in-person Ontario Liberal Party events and meetings will instead be held online, by telephone, or deferred until a later date.

As a result, the 2020 OLP AGM previously scheduled for June will be postponed until further notice. PLA, OYL, and OWLC founding meetings and AGMs are also suspended until further notice. Party office staff will provide webinar or conference call assistance to PLAs, OYL clubs, and OWLC clubs interested in continuing regular monthly meetings. For technology assistance for these meetings, please contact Dave Hehn. Where possible, party staff will work from home. Staff who continue to work out of the party office will follow the advice of public health officials to stay healthy and maintain a safe workspace. Upcoming spring regional meetings will go ahead and be conducted via conference call, webcast, webinar, and/or telephone townhall. More information about these events will be available in the coming days.

Through these measures, we can work together to keep each other safe and healthy, while continuing the important work of building up our party and our movement. For more information about COVID-19, visit Public Health’s information page here.

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