One event will be an invite-only roundtable conversation aimed at helping Oliver understand the economic concerns of the Guelph riding. A news release from the Guelph Federal Conservative Electoral District Association reports the 15 people invited to the roundtable discussion will be from “areas of enterprise that are key sources for the good, well-paying jobs the Harper Government wants to help the private sector create.”
A list of invitees was not released, but the news release said participation was not tied to party affiliation.
The other two events will be fundraisers for the riding association. The first will be a buffet luncheon held from 12 to 2 p.m. at the Holiday Inn Guelph Hotel and Conference Centre. The second will be held from 4 to 7 p.m. in Riverside Park
To register for the fundraising events, visit the Announcements page on the EDA’s website, guelphcp.ca.