No Pun InTENded: Our OLIP Experiences in Ten Words

For the ten of us, it has been a whirlwind of a month. The start of our ten months here at Queen’s Park have been packed with orientation activities, meetings and MPP interviews. We thought we would take this opportunity to introduce ourselves and share what we have learned so far, but we wanted to add a creative twist. Using our theme of ten, we assigned ourselves a challenge – describe our OLIP experience (so far) in just ten words. So fasten your seatbelt for our answers. We hope you are enlightened!


“A dynamic and unique opportunity to gain practical legislative experience.”

 – Hannah Forsyth


“Working at Queen’s Park is the opportunity of a lifetime.”

                                                                                                               – Sara Gajic


“Discovering ways to make Ontario a better place for everyone.”

                                                                                                                                       – Hannah Iles


“Just trying to live my best life while being non-partisan.”

                                        – Jacob Larocque-Graham


“The opportunity to experience government processes holistically with amazing people.”

                                                                                                                               – Stephanie Lowe


We hope that this post brightened your day! Make sure to pay attention to our blog post on Thursday for our second edition of No Pun InTENded where the next five interns will describe their OLIP experiences in ten words. See you Thursday! Trust me, you’ll love what they have written!

If you are interested in applying to become an OLIP Intern, please visit our website for more information!



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