Keep in touch!

Published December 1, 2019

There are many ways in which you can keep in touch with what is happening in the world of property rights in Canada and beyond.

In addition to the OLA Enews, which subscribers receive in their inbox on the first of every month, we are now publishing the Landowner Voices (LV) every two months. LV is an online magazine that you can read online, download and print. You can print a single article and pass it around or the entire magazine. And its FREE, just like the OLA ENews. Read the latest edition here https://ontariolandowners.ca/november-december-2019/.

Did you know that you can read articles published in the OLA ENews from last month, last year, or even a few years ago? You can find all our past articles here https://ontariolandowners.ca/news/. Looking for a specific article?  Enter your search criteria in the “Search the Website” box and click Search and see what happens.

Are you on Facebook? Why not like our Ontario landowners Association page to learn about events, meetings, court cases, and more?

If you haven’t already watched our video of Tom DeWeese’s presentation at our OLA Property Rights Conference in October, check it out.  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NXX5SMlMQbU&feature=youtu.be If you click on SHOW MORE under the video, you will find an index to various topics that Tom covers. You can click on the time indicator to jump to a specific topic, e.g. 56:23 Definition of Property Rights. There are also some interesting related links under the index.

A mandate of the Ontario landowners Association is to “Educate the public that the greatest threat to Ontario is excessive legislation and over regulation” of private property. These are some of the ways that we achieve this.  You can help us by sharing our information with your network.

You can help us continue our mandate by becoming a member of the OLA https://ontariolandowners.ca/product/ola-yearly-membership/ or making a donation https://ontariolandowners.ca/product-category/donations/.

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