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

August Day of Action!

Thank you to the many volunteers who came out for the August Day of Action organized by our local Liberal Commission Clubs! It was another success thanks to you! We had a large number of door to door canvassers and callers of all ages. 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!

Social Prosperity Community Forum Touches on Issues that Affect us All

A fantastic and very well attended community forum organized by our Seniors Club took place on Wednesday August 16th! Thank you to all who attended and packed the hall, especially our panelists MPP Hon. Ted McMeekin, Ajay Kaushik (Affordable Housing Project Manager/Developer), Lucy Marco (President, Grand River Council on Aging) and moderator Lin Fines (Human Resources Professional and Past CFUW President). The social and discussion forum allowed for an extremely informative discussion around a range of issues relating to affordable housing, poverty reduction and retirement security.

30th Consecutive Monthly Breakfast Social with Special Guest Hon. Kathryn McGarry!

A fantastic crowd packed the Duke on Park for our August 5th breakfast social! Thank you to all who attended in making our 30th consecutive monthly breakfast social a great time for everyone. A very special thanks to our guest speaker, the Hon. Kathryn McGarry, MPP for Cambridge who spoke passionately of the progress being made in Ontario and the work still being done to make our province a better place for all of us. The details of the next community forum being hosted by a Commission Club (taking place August 16th) were also shared at this breakfast, along with our next Commission Clubs Day of Action on August 26th. Stayed tuned for details to be posted here at this website soon!

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