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Mental health & addictions: Providing a pathway to recovery

Mental health and addictions are at a crisis point in BC, and the response from the NDP-Green coalition just isn’t cutting it: 68,000 BC youth have a substance use disorder – yet there are only 24 publicly-funded treatment beds designated to treat youth.According to...

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Making housing more affordable

Under the NDP, new housing construction has slowed to a trickle. Their own budget projects that new housing starts could drop by almost a third by 2023. Due to increasing taxes and uncertainty, homebuilders are choosing to delay new projects, or cancel them...

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Restoring BC’s economic advantage

Under the NDP-Green coalition government, taxes have increased by over $5 billion since 2017 – that’s an average of $2,700 per household for this year. They’ve added 19 new or increased taxes that far outweigh the benefits of eliminating MSP premiums. And the many...

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A million more people in 25 years

British Columbia’s population continues to grow – and with most of that growth occurring in Metro Vancouver, the region’s population is on track to increase by a million people in the next 25 years. We’re not ready. And on the NDP-Green government’s watch, the problem...

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Notice of Election of Regional Directors

August 8, 2019 ELECTION PROCESS FOR REGIONAL DIRECTORS The election of Regional Directors must be completed before December 31, 2019 in each of the BC Liberal Party's 12 regions throughout the province. The Regional Director is a volunteer role elected by Party...

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Stop Foreign Interference in BC Elections

Stop Foreign Interference in BC Elections

BC elections should be decided by BC voters. But radical, American-funded activists want to shut down Canada's energy industry -- and that's why they support John Horgan and the NDP's radical plans to block pipelines, kill energy jobs, and keep gas prices rising....

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How the NDP is making life harder for British Columbians

How the NDP is making life harder for British Columbians

Most British Columbians expect a few basic things from their provincial government. They want to be able to get a decent job, keep most of their paycheck to spend how they choose, and provide for themselves and the people that depend on them. And they count on...

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