PARRY SOUND-MUSKOKA — Liberals are hoping familiarity will be help them win the federal seat about to be vacated by independent MP Tony Clement.

Trisha Cowie won 39 per cent of the vote in 2015 vote against retiring MP Tony Clement.

“We are very pleased to announce that the Team Trudeau 2019 Nomination Meeting for Parry Sound-Muskoka has been called for Wednesday, May 8, 2019,” say a party release.

Trisha Cowie, as the only qualified nomination contestant to have completed the nomination process, will be acclaimed at the nomination meeting as our Liberal candidate in the next general election in October.

Cowie was the riding’s Liberal candidate in the 2015 federal election, coming in a close second with 39 percent of the vote, says the release.
The location and time of the meeting will follow as soon as possible.

Interested in getting involved? The riding association welcomes your participation in the upcoming federal election campaign. Volunteer, donate, stay informed and be part of the conversation. But whatever you do, be sure to vote.

The Team Trudeau Nominations Process supports unprecedented new engagement with Canadians, the re-election of our dedicated Liberal team in Parliament, and the election of even more talented, diverse, and hardworking community leaders as Liberal MPs.

“Our strong focus on community engagement stems from the Liberal Party’s commitment to building the most open and inclusive movement in Canadian politics. The Liberal Party of Canada is the only federal political party that is open for Canadians to join at no cost,” says John Duck, PS-M federal Liberal Party riding president.

“Working together in the months ahead, the hope and hard work of Liberals across Canada will ensure our candidates and campaign teams are ready to
earn another mandate from Canadians in 2019.

“I send my hearty congratulations to Trisha and look forward to a successful campaign. Get in touch with me or Trisha to discuss any of
the above, at or
We look forward to hearing from you.”