Ontario: Ontario’s Liberals are gathering this weekend for another attempt to infuse a new spirit into the party amid the poor performance in the election for the second time.
Meanwhile, the main agenda of the party is to prepare the base for the leadership race.
The party’s annual general meeting in Hamilton will be the first in 20 years. The Liberals are also claiming that 1,500 people are expected to attend the meeting during this period.
Members will elect a new executive of the party on this occasion and several amendments will also be made to the party’s constitution.
In a similar debate in 2019, attempts to bring in a one-member one-vote system failed.
Steven Del Duca was elected leader by the Liberals, but he resigned after the Liberals failed to win a majority of seats in the 2022 elections. In the second consecutive election, the Liberals had to face defeat.