It’s April 6. The lights come up. And one by one the 2013 LPC Leadership candidates take the stage at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre. They’re making their final pitch to Canadians. But they’re speaking to you.
That’s because as an attendee at this historic event, you could be among the first to vote – and experience this exciting moment.
In this is one-member/supporter-one-vote election, the 2013 LPC Leadership National Showcase is as close as it gets to the Leadership Convention experience: the closing speeches, the waves of supporters crowding to the stage, the t-shirts, pins and memorabilia, and of course those late-night hospitality suites. We’re even giving attendees an exclusive opportunity to vote on site before voting opens nationally at 12:01am ET April 7.
2013 LPC Leadership National Showcase
Saturday, April 6, 2013
Metro Toronto Convention Centre
255 Front St W, Toronto
*TICKETS STILL AVAILABLE ON SITE*
National Showcase : Schedule
10am – Registration opens
12pm – Doors open
1pm – National Showcase
• Opening Ceremonies
• Address by The Right Honourable Paul Martin
• Tribute to Bob Rae
• Presentation by Deborah Coyne
• Presentation by Karen McCrimmon
• Presentation by Joyce Murray
• Presentation by Justin Trudeau
• Presentation by Martha Hall Findlay
• Presentation by Martin Cauchon
5pm – Voting opens
10am - 6pm - L Café
12pm - 6pm - Laurier Club Lounge
10am - 6pm - Liberal Boutique
Ticket Packages: (Max one ticket per person. A limited number of tickets are available in each category.)
General Admission: $150
Victory Fund: $100
Youth (under 26): $75
Laurier Club: $75
Observer: $499 (applies to anyone not registered to vote)
We’ve also negotiated a special room rate at the Intercontinental Hotel, which is attached to the Metro Toronto Convention Centre (Please reserve online here or call 1-800-235-4670).
Hyatt Regency -370 King St. West.
Group reference: Liberal Party Leadership to ensure the $149.00 rate.
Don't miss this opportunity to be at the centre of the action as the candidates share their vision for Canada – and voting begins.