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UPDATE: our AGM will now include an address from Chief Government Whip, Minister of State, former Minister of National Defence and retired Brigadier General Gordon O’Connor! Members of the Ottawa South Conservative Association are invited to our annual general meeting … Continue reading
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Dear Fellow Conservative, Please donate today to the Ottawa South Conservative Association (OSCA) to support your Conservative candidate, Elie Salibi. With an election looming, we need to make sure Elie has all the funds necessary to fight David McGuinty. Elie … Continue reading
Members of OSCA attended the annual general meeting and delegate selection meeting (AGM & DSM) on March 10, 2011. We were very pleased to select the delegates who will be attending the June 2011 Conservative policy conference here in Ottawa. … Continue reading
Elie Salibi has been confirmed by the Conservative Party and the Ottawa South Board of Directors to be Ottawa South’s Conservative candidate in the next federal election. Elie was educated in Ottawa, where he earned an Honours Bachelor of Commerce … Continue reading