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September 2, 2015

BCL Roundup with Pamela Martin – September 2015

  Between B.C. Day and events like Vancouver Pride and the Korean Heritage Festival, we’re reminded every August of British Columbia’s exceptional diversity. This August, with hundreds of severe wild fires burning across B.C., we was also reminded of the resilience, compassion, and courage at the core of so many British Columbians. From the firefighters Read More…

August 24, 2015

Acting on Climate Change

In the last decade, decisive and timely action on climate change has become crucial. Scientific findings have confirmed that climate change is occurring, and that initiatives to prevent it are critical. Here in BC, our record of acting to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and preparing for climate change is already world-class, but the hard work Read More…

August 5, 2015

BCL Roundup – August 2015

Coming off of a beautiful B.C. Day long weekend, we hope you had a chance to rest and celebrate our magnificent province and all it has to offer.  All of us at Today’s BC Liberals did – especially after a busy month of delivering on our promise to get to yes on LNG in B.C. Read More…

July 31, 2015

Five conditions: Standing up for B.C.’s environment and economy

“We have been clear and consistent on our Five Conditions: We will not consider supporting any new or expanded heavy oil pipelines in our province unless our Five Conditions are met. That means regulatory approval but also world leading spill response on land and on our coast, First Nations participation and a fair share of Read More…

July 17, 2015

LNG in BC: Frequently Asked Questions

LNG presents enormous opportunity for our province – more jobs, environmental protections, and a debt-free BC – and here’s what you need to know: LNG in BC: FAQ By BC Liberal Party   What is LNG? By BC Liberal Party Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) is odorless, non-toxic, non-corrosive and less dense than water. Essentially, it Read More…

July 16, 2015

2014 Numbers Confirmed

Finance Minister Mike de Jong announced that BC recorded a $1.68 billion surplus last year – $1.5 billion higher than originally forecast. Here’s what you need to know: Public accounts confirm that government delivered the 2014-15 provincial budget balanced with a surplus BC’s economy grew by 2.6% in 2014, far better than the 2% that Read More…

July 3, 2015

Two Steps Closer: #LNGinBC

After years of hard work laying the foundation, and setting the right conditions for success, British Columbians received some great news this month – that we’re two big steps closer to LNG in B.C. Thanks to the strong leadership of Premier Christy Clark and Natural Gas Minister Rich Coleman, B.C. is prepared to make significant Read More…

July 2, 2015

2015 Transit Plebiscite

In 2013, we campaigned on giving Metro Vancouver voters a say on any new fees or taxes for transit expansion – and we did exactly that with the 2015 Transit Plebiscite. Today, Elections BC announced the results of that plebiscite: Metro Vancouver voters rejected the proposal by 62%. Some will be happy with that result Read More…

June 9, 2015

BCL Roundup – May 2015

Jillian Stead covers the end of session, agreements between government and Pacific NorthWest LNG, and Premier Christy Clark’s special message to our supporters on our two-year election win anniversary.

May 28, 2015

Spring Session 2015: Highlights

With a third consecutive balanced budget, more than two dozen bills, the first anniversary of the B.C. Skills for Jobs Blueprint, and significant movement on the LNG file, it’s safe to say that the Spring 2015 legislative session was a busy and productive one. Over the past four months, government continued to chart a course Read More…