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Ontario Women’s Liberal Commission (OWLC)

The Ontario Women’s Liberal Commission (OWLC) is a dynamic and thriving organization dedicated to strengthening the voice of Liberal Women and encouraging their participation at all levels of our Party.

The OWLC’s goal is to ensure that all Liberal women have an equal opportunity to actively participate in our party by assisting women with recruitment, engagement, empowerment, activism, fundraising and training.

Any woman Registered as a Liberal is able to be a member of the OWLC. A member of the OWLC may establish a women’s club as long as the club satisfies the standards of recognition set out in the Constitution.

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Ontario Young Liberals (OYL)

The purpose of the Commission of Young Liberals of Canada is to represent and promote the interests of youth in the Party, to encourage the active participation of youth at all levels of the Party, to encourage and co-ordinate the activities of the youth organizations of the PTAs and to gather the views of young Liberals on a regular basis and communicate those views to the Party. Every member of the Party who has not celebrated their 26th birthday is a member of the Ontario Young Liberals. Ontario Young Liberal may establish on each campus of a post-secondary institution one student club that satisfies the standards of recognition set out in the Constitution.
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Indigenous People’s Commission (IPC) (Ontario)

The purpose of the Aboriginal Peoples’ Commission is to represent and promote the interests of aboriginal peoples in the Party, to encourage the active participation of aboriginal peoples at all levels of the Party, to encourage and co-ordinate the activities of the recognized aboriginal Liberal associations and to gather the views of aboriginal Liberals on a regular basis and communicate those views to the Party. Every member of the Party who is an aboriginal person as defined in the Constitution of the Aboriginal Peoples’ Commission is a member of the Aboriginal Peoples’ Commission.

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Ontario Section – Senior Liberals’ Commission (OS-SLC)

The Senior Liberals’ Commission’s (SLC) Ontario Section is dedicated to providing a forum for policy discussion and development among seniors in Ontario. The Ontario Section’s members are senior Registered Liberals who are 65 years or age or older residing in Ontario. The Ontario Section assists senior Registered Liberals with forming SLC Clubs and provides a direct link for policy development aty all levels of the Liberal Party of Canada. The Ontario Section also helps build collaborative working relationships between EDA boards, the SLC and its Clubs.

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