Annual General Meeting & Delegate Selection



September 17th

As a member in good standing of the Ontario PC Party, you’re invited to attend the Annual General Meeting and Delegate Selection for the Mississauga Lakeshore Ontario PC Association.

When:          Registration begins at 8:30am. Meeting begins at 9:00am

Where:         985 Hydro Rd, Mississauga, ON L5E 0A8

Why:            In accordance with the Party constitution, this meeting is required for the purposes of electing Officers for the Riding’s Board of Directors. Reports from the President, CFO and Membership Chair will also be given. We will also be conducting our Delegate Selection Meeting for the Party’s upcoming convention this October 21st and 22.

Anyone with a valid membership 15 days prior to the DSM is eligible to be a delegate for the

2022 PC Party Convention.

Memberships are available online at www.ontariopc.ca

Join our Board of Directors! To find out more, contact Georgina Blanas at [email protected].

Become a Delegate! Up to 16 delegates, 8 alternates, 5 youth delegates and 5 youth alternates will be selected to represent Mississauga Lakeshore at the Party’s 2022 Convention. If you’d like to be a delegate, please email Dan Duncan at: [email protected]

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