The Ontario Provincial Election – Oct 6, 2011 – Get Involved


The Ontario Provincial Election – Oct 6, 2011 – Get Involved

Private Career Colleges are a Valued Part of the Ontario Post – Secondary Sector

It is important that candidates in the upcoming provincial election campaign understand the importance of the career college sector in Ontario and the significant role it plays in the Ontario post-secondary education system.

As OACC members it is important that you make your views known and to get involved in the campaign.

Here are some important links to help you get involved.

How to find the riding you live or work in:
http://fyed.elections.on.ca/fyed/en/form_page_en.jsp

Liberal Candidates:
http://www.ontarioliberal.ca/OurTeam/WhoWeAre/Candidates.aspx

Liberal Platform:
http://www.ontarioliberal.ca/OurPlan/Platform.aspx


Progressive Conservative Candidates:
http://www.ontariopc.com/team/

PC Platform
www.ontariopc.com/changebook


NDP Candidates:
http://ontariondp.com/en/

NDP Platform
http://ontariondp.com/en/policy

Please review the OACC Legislative Book in the Members Only Section and bring our issues to the attention of the candidates and ask for their support. Take part in the “OACC Election Strategy”.



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