Building up our party means supporting local activists like you with the tools you need to organize in your community. Our new Training Hub is filled with materials like training handbooks, video training sessions you can work through at your own pace, and Activation Teams you can be a part of alongside other dedicated volunteers from across Ontario. Read on to learn more about the training available to you as an active member of the Ontario Liberal Party.
All of us want to create an inclusive environment in our party that respects diversity. The Ontario Liberal Party is committed to fostering and sustaining an inclusive, diverse, equitable, safe and accessible environment for everyone. Learn more by reviewing the Code of Conduct, familiarizing yourself with the Workplace Discrimination, Harassment and Violence Prevention Policy, and reviewing helpful courses on how to be a champion of diversity and inclusion.
If you want to grow the Liberal movement in your community, your local Provincial Liberal Association (PLA) would love to have you as an active member of the local Liberal team. Supporting the work of your local association is a great way to start achieving the change you want to see in your community. Find your PLA here.
If you’re a ‘people’ person who loves bringing new faces onto the team, your riding association could use your help reaching out to voters in your home town. By getting involved in your association’s local outreach efforts you can help expand our party’s presence in your community and grow our movement across the province. 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 firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
If you’re a strong communicator with a knack for storytelling, why not use your talents to spread our message with voters in your community and help elect a Liberal candidate to Queen’s Park? There are a lot of ways to help promote your local association whether it’s on social media, creating a newsletter, or reaching out to the local news.
If you love selling people on the things you’re passionate about, help your local association by leading the charge on fundraising. Every campaign needs money in the bank to reach out to voters and fund the campaign.
If you’re a numbers person with an eye for details, you might make a great Chief Financial Officer (CFO) for your local association. CFOs play such a crucial role in a local association that Elections Ontario recommends that you have knowledge of accounting or bookkeeping before you take on this role. If attention to detail with words is more your speed, you might make a great Constitutional Chair in your local riding.
If you love building lists and finding patterns in large batches of data, you’d make a great database manager for your local association. Well-managed data can make all the difference in our work as Liberal activists and can even help win election campaigns.