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March 4, 2016

BCL Roundup – Balanced Budget 2016

  February is always an exciting month for BC Liberals – and this year was no exception. On February 16, as promised, Finance Minister Mike de Jong tabled B.C.’s fourth consecutive balanced budget, defying the deficit trend and economic downturn that’s affecting governments nationwide. How did we do it? By following our plan to control Read More…

February 16, 2016

Balanced Budget 2016

Promise made. Promise Kept. Today our government tabled its fourth consecutive balanced budget, defying the economic downturn that’s affecting governments nationwide. How did we do it? By following our principles: Discipline – managing the things that we have control over, like government spending. Prudence – planning and protecting ourselves from the unexpected. Vision – training Read More…

January 25, 2016

BC NDP can’t build Broadway Line from the sidelines – Gavin Dew will Dew it

BC Liberal by-election candidate committed to working with all levels of government to get Broadway Line built VANCOUVER – Vancouver-Mount Pleasant by-election candidate Gavin Dew is calling on East Vancouver transit users to vote BC Liberal on February 2nd if they want the Broadway Line built in the riding. “The Broadway Line is absolutely critical Read More…

January 22, 2016

Gavin Dew committed to growing technology sector in Vancouver-Mount Pleasant

BC Liberal candidate says he will work with the Province to ensure companies get the support they need to grow in Vancouver Vancouver-Mount Pleasant by-election candidate Gavin Dew is pledging to grow the technology sector in Vancouver-Mount Pleasant if elected to the legislature on February 2nd. “East Vancouver is home to a rapidly growing base Read More…

December 15, 2015

JOAN ISAACS WINS BC LIBERAL NOMINATION IN COQUITLAM-BURKE MOUNTAIN

COQUITLAM – Community leader and local business woman Joan Isaacs has won the BC Liberal Party’s nomination for the by-election in Coquitlam-Burke Mountain. After a majority vote last night, Isaacs received wide-spread support from the local BC Liberal membership to become the Party’s next candidate. “I am honoured that the BC Liberals across Coquitlam – Read More…

December 7, 2015

Fast Facts: BC’s role as a leader in climate action

Climate change. It’s a topic that’s gained global attention the past few weeks with the start of the COP21 in Paris, where Premier Christy Clark and Environment Minister Mary Polak met with leaders from around the world to profile B.C.’s leadership on climate action. You may not know it, but the story of environmental policy Read More…

November 18, 2015

Fall Session Wrap-Up – Letter to Caucus

Dear Colleagues, I want to start by thanking you. BC is leading the country in economic growth – thanks in part to your efforts every day to control spending, create opportunity, and invest in B.C.’s future. When you go home, people will ask you about your work and accomplishments to make a real difference in Read More…

November 7, 2015

NDP new vision is same-old NDP

Vancouver – At the last NDP convention before the next provincial election, John Horgan failed to deliver on his promise of a jobs plan. “This was John Horgan’s opportunity to set a new path and show he could actually come up with a plan that supports economic growth but it didn’t happen,” says Vancouver-Quilchena MLA Read More…

November 6, 2015

BCL Roundup with Pamela Martin – November 2015

With the B.C. Legislature back in session, October was yet another productive month for our elected officials working for a strong economy and secure tomorrow in Victoria. From reducing red tape, to diversifying our trade partners and showcasing B.C.’s LNG potential to the world, government is continuing to deliver on our promise to grow B.C.’s Read More…