The BC Liberals have continued the party’s renewal by officially nominating James Robertson as the party’s candidate in Port Moody-Coquitlam for the next provincial election, which could take place at any time.
Andrew Wilkinson’s BC Liberals have officially opened the party’s nomination for Vancouver-Point Grey, encouraging prospective candidates to submit applications and begin the due diligence process for an election that could come at any time.
What will British Columbia look like in 2030 – and how can we ensure a prosperous, affordable, and sustainable future for every region, community, and family? That’s the question Andrew Wilkinson and the BC Liberals are asking British Columbians through BC in 2030, the party’s online policy consultation launching today.
Major cuts to mental health and addictions funding in the NDP’s budget will hurt vulnerable people and communities, says BC Liberal candidate Cheryl Ashlie.
BC Liberal candidate Cheryl Ashlie is calling on the BC government to establish an action plan to prevent and resolve disruptions to West Coast Express service.
BC Liberal candidate Bruce Banman is joining BC Liberal Leader Andrew Wilkinson in calling out John Horgan and the NDP for presenting yet another empty budget with no plan to grow the economy or help people get ahead in Abbotsford.
BC Liberal candidate Cheryl Ashlie is calling out John Horgan and the NDP for yet another budget with no new policies to help people get ahead in Maple Ridge and Pitt Meadows.
Maple Ridge-Pitt Meadows BC Liberal candidate Cheryl Ashlie calls for immediate action for commuters
Protestors and activists are blocking a vital commuter railway track at Pitt River rail bridge, stranding many British Columbian commuters who depend on the West Coast Express.
The BC Liberals continue the party’s renewal today with the news that leadership expert, Special Forces veteran, and father James Robertson will be acclaimed as the party’s candidate for Port Moody-Coquitlam in the next provincial election.
BC Liberal members in Abbotsford South have selected city councillor and former mayor Bruce Banman to be their candidate in the riding as they prepare for the next provincial election, which could come at any time.
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