OSA Townhall Meeting February 1, 2017Updated Wednesday January 18, 2017 by Oshawa Turul Soccer Club.
Ontario Soccer is changing
Join us at the Ontario Soccer Association Town Hall on February 1, 2017
The first two Ontario Soccer Town Hall meetings were a success with over a thousand people tuning in online and many more taking part in person, as the province's leaders laid out the plan for a new governance modernization model to take root in mid-2017 and discussing what the future holds for our game in Ontario.
The fourth in this series of Town Halls has now been set for February 1 (7:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m.) at the All Abilities Centre - Theatre in Whitby. District, Club and Academy leaders from Durham Region Soccer Association, Scarborough Soccer Association and East Central Ontario Soccer Association along with Ontario Soccer Association President Ron Smale will be on hand to give a presentation and answer your questions on what governance modernization will look like in Ontario, how it will impact your Districts and Clubs and why it will strengthen Ontario soccer going forward.
A question and answer session will follow the presentation that will include relevant OSA Board panel members.
If you cannot attend, the OSA encourages you to watch the livestream of the event as part of a new addition to this series, the OSA will be taking questions from online viewers and those following along on the OSA Twitter that evening.
Subscribe to the OSA Livestream and be notified by email when the event kicks off.
Dates and locations for further regional Town Hall meetings will be announced soon.