In 1918, Sir Wilfrid Laurier established the Laurier Club when he sent out 600 letters to community leaders and business professionals asking for their crucial support. Today, you can continue this long-standing tradition by donating to the Laurier Club.
Benefits of Laurier Club Status
Invitations to Laurier Club events across the country, hearing from leading voices on our Liberal team
The opportunity to meet a strong network of business and community leaders who share your commitment to Liberal values
Special updates and briefings on the Liberal Party of Canada’s goals and campaigns
A Laurier Club lapel pin, which symbolizes your commitment to the Liberal Party of Canada.
Knowing that you are playing an important role in transforming our Party into the most open, inclusive and forward-thinking political movement in Canada.
Tax receipts will be issued at the end of the year, and pursuant to Canada Revenue Agency rules, may be adjusted for the goods and services received by Laurier Club donors at Laurier Club events.
Registering as a Liberal is free!
Registered Liberals have a number of opportunities to shape the most open and inclusive movement in Canadian politics and participate in party affairs, including:
receiving newsletters, information, and notices of general meetings and other activities from the Party;
attending, speaking, and voting at a general meeting of their home Electoral District Association;
attending, speaking, and voting at any convention or general meeting of the Party or their Provincial or Territorial Board;
being elected as a candidate, or to any office in the Party, their Provincial or Territorial Board, or any Electoral District Association.
As set out by the National Board of Directors of the Liberal Party of Canada, registration in the Party is open without discrimination on the basis of race, national or ethnic origin, colour, religion, sex, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, age or mental or physical disability.
To be eligible for Registration in the Party, a person must:
(a) be at least 14 years of age;
(b) support the purposes of the Party;
(c) ordinarily live in Canada or, for Canadians living abroad, be qualified as an elector who may vote in accordance with part 11 of the Canada Elections Act;
(d) not be a member of any other federal political party in Canada; and
(e) while Registered as a Liberal, not have publicly declared an intention to be a candidate for election to the House of Commons other than as a candidate of the Party.