It is with the utmost pride and sincerity that I present the draft constitution of the Ontario PC Student Association (OPCSA). This is a potentially historic moment in Ontario's PC Youth movement.
Yes, after decades of talk, this is finally coming to a vote. The bitter debate and division between the OPCYA and OPCCA have finally been pushed aside, leaving the potential for the two youth wings affiliated with the PC Party of Ontario to become one. The vote will happen in Cambridge on October 12th. You can read the open letter from outgoing OPCYA President Grant Dingwall here.
The youth and campus members of the PC Party of Ontario who support this initiative (and there are many) believe that the party will be better served by a single, strong, streamlined group of youth that fosters the development of youth associations in ridings and campus clubs on campus. We are doing our part to help the PC Party of Ontario by reducing duplication of effort and red-tape associated with youth programming, because it's never too early in life to start doing the conservative thing.
I predict you will find lots of pro-merger youth working on the newly called by-elections, organizing on campuses, or involved in your riding associations. That's because we are committed to victory, both now and in the future. Let the games begin!