The Nova Scotia PC Party is gearing up for its Annual General Meeting (AGM) - online.
Delegates will be logging in on February 19 and 20th over Zoom for its first ever virtual AGM.
PC Leader Tim Houston says the safety of Party members has been top of mind in planning the meeting.
“I’m excited to welcome new and returning Party members, friends and the public to our AGM. It’s an event that I look forward to every year,” Houston says. “Our Party has always been one to embrace modern times and technology, so it was an easy transition to go virtual.”
With an election on the horizon, Tories from all over the province will be connecting to discuss and strategize while laying out a plan for the province post COVID-19.
“We want Nova Scotians to know where we stand on issues. Under PC governments, we’ve been accountable, listened to the people, been socially progressive and fiscally responsible,” says Houston. “We’ll talk about what’s working, what needs to be changed and more important, what is possible for this province.”
“Nobody wins alone. We are a team. Now more than ever we need your kindness, your support and your voice,” says Houston. “I’m proud of the people who are putting their names forward and will run under a PC banner in the next election.”
The Friday night keynote address by PC Leader will be carried live on social media.