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The Ontario Libertarian Party is a libertarian political party in the Canadian province of Ontario. It is one of five provincial parties in Ontario running enough candidates in 2018 to govern a majority. Founded in 1975 by Bruce Evoy, Vince Miller, and others, the party was inspired by the 1972 formation of the US Libertarian Party. The party is guided by a Statement of Principles and the philosophical ideas of Austrian School of Economics. It is influenced by authors and thinkers such as Jan Narveson and Murray Rothbard. The party's leader was Allen Small, who resigned in July 2018. Deputy Leader Rob Ferguson has taken over until the expected Convention in the Spring of 2019.