Thank you for your interest in the attending the Libertarian Party of Canada convention. Please review our FAQ so you understand the requirements before registering.
- Why should I attend the convention?
- Who is eligible to run for an elected or appointed position?
- Who is eligible to vote at the convention?
Attending the convention is an important, fun and rewarding experience that is open to all party members. Not only is it a chance to meet and network with other Libertarians and listen to great speakers, but it provides an opportunity to attend training workshops and seminars to augment the political skillset of members so that they have the tools they need to succeed in spreading the message of liberty in their home ridings.
Only Voting Members may hold elected or appointed positions in the Party.
Only Registered Members may vote. A Registered Member is defined as a Voting Member in attendance at a convention, who has been a Voting Member for at least ninety days prior to the convening of the convention and who has paid the registration fee.