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February 19, 2017

Gabe Garfinkel Wins BC Liberal Nomination in Vancouver-Fairview

Active community volunteer and business owner Gabe Garfinkel has been selected by party members as the BC Liberals’ candidate in Vancouver-Fairview for the upcoming provincial election. “My family has called Vancouver-Fairview home for four generations, and there’s nowhere I would rather live,” Garfinkel said. “I’m running because we need an MLA who’s visible, with the Read More…

February 16, 2017

Esquimalt Mayor Barb Desjardins Confirmed as BC Liberal Candidate for Esquimalt-Metchosin

Three-term mayor Barb Desjardins has been officially acclaimed as the BC Liberal candidate for the riding of Esquimalt-Metchosin in the upcoming provincial election. “I love my community – and after years of serving local residents, I recognize that Esquimalt-Metchosin and the South Island need a strong voice on provincial issues like housing, transportation, and healthcare. Read More…

January 17, 2017

Public Affairs Professional, Community Volunteer Nigel Elliott Running for Today’s BC Liberals in Vancouver-West End

Independent public affairs professional and community volunteer Nigel Elliott has been nominated as the BC Liberal candidate in Vancouver-West End. “While the West End is a destination for visitors from around the world, it’s the neighbourhood’s diversity, and in particular its vibrant LGBTQ community that has always made it feel like home to me,” said Read More…

January 17, 2017

Addictions Expert Conny Lin Joins BC Liberal Team in Vancouver-Mount Pleasant  

Today’s BC Liberals have nominated Conny Lin, a UBC behavioral neuroscientist, addictions researcher, and community leader as the party’s candidate for Vancouver-Mount Pleasant in the upcoming provincial election. “Having worked on mental health and substance use issues at the non-profit, academic, and technology levels, I’m excited about the opportunity to work on practical, long-term solutions Read More…

January 12, 2017

Horgan says Interior residents lack “perspective”: Milobar demands apology

NDP leader John Horgan should apologize to Interior residents for suggesting they lack “perspective” compared to those living on the coast, Kamloops-North Thompson BC Liberal candidate Peter Milobar said Thursday. “Interior workers and families have a perspective for sure: they know we need to create jobs and opportunities if we’re going to look after the Read More…