NOP Looking for Candidates


The Northern Ontario Party will be busy over the next month with a Leadership tour across the North and several information sessions being hosted by the Riding Associations. Also the NOP and its members will finish filling vacant executive board positions through an election process that will occur by mid- September.

During the month of September, the NOP is putting out the call for all prospects who want to entertain the opportunity to run as a party candidate in next year’s election. The party is taking on this undertaking now as we have big plans that will be occurring in the near future and we would like to have all key members in place to see these plans come to fruition .

Trevor Holliday, states this is an official NOP CALL FOR CANDIDATES. We need people who love the North, and who Will represent and are committed to ensuring they are for their constituents and Northern Ontario first and foremost.

The Ridings, the NOP are actively searching for candidates are: Kenora – Rainy River ,Kiiwetinoong, Mushkegowuk, Nickel Belt, Parry Sound – Muskoka, Sault Ste. Marie, Sudbury, Thunder Bay – Atikokan ,Thunder Bay – Superior North and  Timmins.

We would like all interested people to please contact us at [email protected] as soon as possible so we can bring a vote to the members to select their prefer candidate during the first week of October.

The Northern Ontario Party Leader’s tour will happen during the third week of September and it will encompass a large area of Northern Ontario. Trevor Holliday will be joined by Darren Davidson, the Member and Volunteer Coordinator.  The dates for this tour are as follows:

Thunder Bay September 22.
Marathon September 23 morning.
Sault Ste. Marie & area September 23 afternoon/evening
Espanola, Massey, Manitoulin Island etc September 24th
Sudbury September 25th.

Keep a close watch over the next week for exact times and locations

Trevor and Darren will be available to meet and answer questions for everyone who has an interest in the Northern Ontario Party.


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