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Northern Ontario Party changes logo

Members the Northern Ontario Party were busy recently with hosting their first AGM at Kettle Lakes Provincial Park near Timmins
NOP new logo
The new NOP logo contains a northern icon, the moose.

The Northern Ontario Party's first AGM at Kettle Lakes Provincial Park near Timmins had its first truly elected executive board in the Party’s history and a new logo.

Party members decided to update the logo by replacing the Trillium with the bull Moose to draw a further separation from the mainstream political parties by having a symbol that is representative of the North.

Meanwhile, members overwhelmingly voted in favor of keeping the present board intact with a 96% approval rating.

Long-term Party President Ed Deibel will now sit on the board in the role of  Party Founder and Director.

The Northern Ontario Party executive board consists of the following members

  • Leader - Trevor Holliday
  • Vice President -Tommy Lee
  • CFO - Andy Wolff
  • Media Manager- Myles Clayton
  •  Membership & Volunteer Coordinator - Darren Davidson
  • Founder & Director - Edward Deibel
  • Secretary -Wanda Clayton

The Party is seeking nominations to fill the remaining vacancies of Party President, Vice President (second), Donation and Fundraiser Coordinator, Riding Association Liaison, and Campaign and Strategy  Manager.

Nominations for these positions will begin immediately and will be collected up to the August 30th deadline. Nominations can be submitted to the NOP through our email at [email protected].


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