the CPC CONVENTION 21 has ended!

Looking forward to Quebec City in 2023!

OUR 2021 CPC CONVENTION! #SecureTheFuture

Conservative Policy Convention 2021 Updates:

December 14, 2020 Update

We will be holding our 2021 Conservative Convention virtually on March 18th to the 20th.

Join us to vote on party policy, train for the next election, and hear from inspiring conservative speakers from across the country – all from the comfort of your own home!

Registration opens January 4th, and with fantastic prices you won’t want to miss this!

Check out the price breakdown:

Registration for the Delegate Selection Process will open January 4th, 2021 at 9am ET. The deadline for delegate applications is January 15th, 2021 at 8pm ET.
If you intend to apply to be a delegate for the Conservative Convention, you must hold a valid Conservative Party membership 21 days prior to the delegate application deadline of January 15th, 2021 so that’s December 25th, 2020 – make sure your membership is up to date, CLICK HERE.

You will be notified regarding the status of your delegate application as soon as possible after the deadline of January 15th, 2021. If more than 10 members have applied to be a delegate for your Electoral Riding, the Conservative Party will hold a virtual Delegate Selection Process by February 28th, 2021.

If a Delegate Selection Process is necessary in your Electoral Riding, you will be notified.

Don’t want to be a delegate but still want to be part of the action? Make sure to register a Member Observer. The Early Bird Deadline to register as a Member Observer is January 29th, 2021!

We will continue to send you updates via email so keep an eye on your inbox for more exciting information to come!

Remember to SAVE THE DATE! The 2021 Conservative Party of Canada Virtual Convention will be from March 18th – March 20th, 2021.

See you there!


The 2021 Convention Team
Conservative Party of Canada

November 18, 2020 Update

The next Conservative Convention is going to be held virtually!

Not only that, but we’re going to have it a bit earlier than previously announced, so hold March 18 to 20, 2021, because that’s when Conservatives from across Canada will gather online for our next convention.

By holding it a bit earlier, it also ensures we’re able to gather your feedback and build that into a platform for the next election. In a minority Parliament, that election could come at any time, so having this in March means we have that opportunity to hear from you before the platform is finalized.

Of course, you can expect all the same highlights as conventions of past including voting on constitution amendments and policy, National Council elections, training, guest speakers, and much more.

Obviously, the uncertainty around COVID-19 is what first caused us to shift our convention, and what caused us to hold the Leadership event virtually as well. That uncertainty remains, and that makes it difficult to plan something to the scale of our in-person conventions where thousands of people come together under one roof.

We’re looking forward to having an in-person convention again in the future, and National Council decided the next convention in 2023 will take place in Quebec City.

As we get closer to this coming March, we’ll tell you exactly how to take part in our virtual convention, what more to expect, and any other details you need.

We want to thank all those that took part in our summer survey about the convention to help give National Council the feedback we needed to inform this decision. Many of you supported the idea of a virtual convention if a large gathering like our traditional conventions would not be possible under current restrictions.

I’m looking forward to seeing you again soon – virtually! – and working alongside you to ensure our leader, Erin O’Toole, is armed with all the feedback from members he needs to build a platform that shows Canadians we’re a clear alternative to these Trudeau Liberals, and we will bring back the ethical, compassionate, and intelligent government Canada deserves.


Scott Lamb
President, Conservative Party of Canada