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Leadership Congress

The NPDQ is happy to announce that our search for a permanent leader will culminate on Sunday January 21 with a Leadership Congress from 10:00-16:00 hrs at 1700 Amherst, Montreal (metro Beaudry).
You can consult the full agenda for the day below. If you have not yet voted online you may still do so until 23:59 hrs on Thursday Jan. 18. Please take the time to help us make this important decision.
It will also be possible to vote in person on Sunday from 10:00-14:00 hrs.
We have also organized two useful workshops during the day on organizing the NPDQ locally and organizing a local campaign. Please join us as we complete the leadership process and start to prepare for our next challenge, the 2018 election!
In Solidarity
The NPDQ Executive 
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Invitation to Leadership Event

To NPDQ Party Members,

Mark your calendars for the 21st of January! The first leader in the NPD Québec's short history will be elected on that day in Montréal at a festive event.

Our two candidates will be actively campaigning right up until that moment. In order to make the voting process simple, three voting methods will be available :

 

  • For those members who provided us with an email address, you will receive an email on January 12th from SimplyVoting ; you'll be able to vote online. As you will see, the procedure is very simple. However, please be sure to vote by January 18th at the latest.
  • For those members who did not provide us with an email address, you will receive a letter by mail that will give you the option to vote with a mail-in ballot, or vote online. Please note that ballots must be received by January 18th. Thus, they must be sent by mail several days prior.
  • It will also be possible to vote in-person on January 21st between 10 AM and 2 PM.

 

We invite you to join us on January 21st at the Centre communautaire Sainte-Catherine d'Alexandre, 1700 Amherst St. in Montreal (near Beaudry metro station). Come and celebrate the election of our new leader, and attend the various events on the agenda for the day. Several workshops (organizing, fundraising, etc.) will be held in preparation of the next election campaign. These workshops will be very enriching, especially for individuals wishing to get involved as organizers or as candidates. The full scheduling will be announced soon.

In closing, on behalf of the NPDQ's Executive Committee, I would like to wish you Happy Holidays and a Healthy and Prosperous New Year!

Denis Blanchette
President, NPDQ

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