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Do you have what it takes to run for the Northern Ontario Party?

The NOP hosts leadership tour, info sessions in September

If you think you have what it takes to be a candidate for the Northern Ontario Party, now is your chance.

The NOP is holding a leadership tour and several information sessions across the North as it tries to drum up support in advance the next provincial election. 

The NOP also said in a news release today that it would finish filling vacant executive board positions through an election process that will occur by mid- September.

The party said it has “big plans” for the future, though what those plans are, the party has yet to state.

NOP Leader Trevor Holliday had a message for those considering becoming an official candidate for the party. 

“We need people who love the North, and who will represent and are committed to ensuring they are for there constituents and Northern Ontario first and foremost,” Holliday said in the release.

The NOP is looking to have candidates in the following areas: 

  • Kenora – Rainy River;
  • Kiiwetinoong;
  • Mushkegowuk;
  • Nickel Belt;
  • Parry Sound – Muskoka;
  • Sault Ste. Marie;
  • Sudbury;
  • Thunder Bay – Atikokan;
  • Thunder Bay – Superior North, and;
  • Timmins. 

For more information, you can email [email protected].

As for the leadership tour, the NOP will be in your community on the following dates:

  • Thunder Bay, Sept. 22;
  • Marathon, the morning of Sept. 23;
  • Sault Ste. Marie & area, afternoon and evening of Sept. 23;
  • Espanola, Massey, Manitoulin Island, Sept. 24, and;
  • Sudbury, Sept. 25. will bring you exact times and locations when they are finalized. 


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