The Brantford-Brant Federal Liberal Commission Clubs work to involve more people in the political process in Brantford-Brant. Everyone is welcome to participate in our activities. We exist due to the efforts of a strong dedicated team of volunteers. Working in a number of areas including, outreach, election readiness, fundraising, communications and policy our goal is to build and engage the wider Brantford-Brant community.


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Brantford-Brant consists of:
(a) the City of Brantford; and
(b) that part of the County of Brant lying easterly of Etonia Road and East Quarter Townline Road and lying southerly of a line described as follows: commencing at the intersection of the westerly limit of said county with Paris Plains Church Road; thence easterly along said road, its production to Scenic Drive, Scenic Drive and Howell Road to the easterly limit of said county; including Six Nations Indian Reserve No. 40 and New Credit Indian Reserve No. 40A.

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Latest Community Activity

27th Consecutive Monthly Breakfast Social with Special Guest Charlie Kopczyk!

Another fantastic turnout for great conversation at our latest monthly breakfast social on May 6th. Thank you to all who came out and a very special thank you to our special guest speaker, Charlie Kopczyk, Executive Director and Co-Founder of Why Not City Missions and Why Not City Youth Centres. Everyone greatly valued hearing about the life-changing work that Charlie, his wife (and co-founder) Sue and many volunteers do with these organizations to help at-risk youth and the homeless in Brantford-Brant.

Cozy Kindness Campaign a Huge Success!

With the help of Club members and supporters as well as those in our community, we donated 37 homemade and store bought blankets on behalf of the Brantford-Brant Women's Liberal Club to Nova Vita, a local women's shelter. We even had a blanket come all the way from the west coast! Thank you to all who donated and thank you to our Executive Vice-President Heather MacDonald-Moore who led the drive!

A Great Day of Action to Cap Off National Volunteer Week!

Thank you to the many volunteers who came out for the Day of Action yesterday organized by our local Liberal Commission Clubs! It was a huge success thanks to you! We had a large number of door to door canvassers and callers of all ages. We were pleased to see several volunteers who came out for the first time since the 2015 campaign and others who were coming out for their first time to volunteer with the Liberal Party! Together they reached many hundreds at the doorstep and hundreds more over the phone over the course of the full day! We found new Liberal supporters, several new Liberal volunteers and gained valuable feedback about the Trudeau government. A huge thanks to everyone involved!

A Very Memorable Community Forum on Advancing Gender Equality

A huge thank you to the panelists, organizers and over 75 attendees for making our discussion forum and social on Advancing Gender Equality a very positive memorable evening despite the heavy rain downpour that evening. The panelists (Ruby Sahota, Jennifer Canning, Karen George, Elizabeth Lorenzin, Danielle Takacs and Sandra Vos) shared informative, inspiring and moving stories based on their personal experiences.They offered advice and guidance to women and men to ensure advancement of gender equality. They answered a wide range of questions from the audience. Lin Fines did an amazing job as a moderator and sharing her own stories and knowledge about challenges women have faced, and continue to face, in politics and the workforce. More great discussions were had at the social that followed.

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