Welcome to our movement! Now that you’re officially a member of the Ontario Liberal Party, we want to help you get settled in.
Who We Are
Ontario Liberals are everyday Ontarians who want to strengthen public health care, deliver quality education, shape a strong economy where workers earn a fair wage, and protect our environment for generations to come.
As a member, you will automatically be added to our email list so you can receive updates about the work we’re doing as a party and invitations to upcoming events. You can also check out our latest news area or follow us on social media for regular updates about our party, our leader, and politics in Ontario.
How to Get Involved
Join an Event
Whether online, in your community, or at party conferences, Ontario Liberals come together regularly to have fun, network, and volunteer for our cause.
Become a Volunteer
Our grassroots movement is driven by thousands of volunteers across the province who are working to build a better future for Ontario. Join our talented team of volunteers through our Organizing Ontario volunteer program.
Join a Commission
Ontario Women’s Liberal Commission
The Ontario Women’s Liberal Commission (OWLC) is a group of dedicated women from a variety of diverse backgrounds and experiences whose goal is to strengthen the voice of the women in the Ontario Liberal Party and in politics.
Ontario Young Liberals
Representing individuals between the ages of 14-25, the Ontario Young Liberals (OYL) play an important role in the Ontario Liberal Party, providing a community to interested youth who wish to become actively involved in politics.
Join an Engagement Group
We’re committed to engaging with unique communities throughout the province, making meaningful connections with voters from across Ontario.
- Franco Ontarian Engagement Group
- Indigenous and Metis Engagement Group
- LGBTQ+ Engagement Group
- Multiculturalism Engagement Group
- Rural and Small Communities Engagement Group
Contact our Vice President Engagement at email@example.com for more information.
How to Get in Touch
As a new member, there is an entire network of Ontario Liberals looking forward to engaging with you.
Provincial Liberal Associations (PLA)
Your PLA or riding association is made up of members like you who live within your geographic area. Members of a PLA help to reach out to the local community and work to elect a Liberal Member of Provincial Parliament during an election. To learn more about your PLA or to contact your local President, visit our directory.
This is the elected body that leads our party. We are led by a Party President, Vice-Presidents, and Regional Vice-Presidents (RVPs) that represent Liberals in each region of the province.
Party Headquarters Staff
We also have a team of staff ready to assist you as you get more involved in our movement. Our team can help you with questions you might have or by connecting you with resources.
How to Invest in Our Movement
Political parties and political campaigns in Ontario are funded by everyday people. Every dollar we invest into our campaign to build a better future for Ontario is generously donated by a voter like you. You can choose to make a one-time donation below or make an ongoing investment in our party by becoming a monthly donor.
Liberal Future Fund
The Liberal Future Fund is a new monthly giving program built to directly benefit your local riding association while electing a new Liberal government.
The Red Trillium Club
The Red Trillium Club is a monthly giving program that enables donors to make the maximum allowable contribution to the party under provincial fundraising rules.
Margaret Campbell Fund
The Margaret Campbell Fund is dedicated to raising money to help strong Liberal women run in their first ever campaign as a political candidate.
Fund for Liberal Youth (FLY)
Fundraising remains a barrier to many younger candidates as they run for office for the first time. The Fund for Liberal Youth is dedicated to raising money to help candidates under the age of 30 run as political candidates.