BC Conservatives oppose VAFFC plan to ship jet fuel on Fraser River, propose changes to BCEAO
BC Conservatives oppose VAFFC plan to ship jet fuel on Fraser River, propose changes to BCEAO May 9, 2013 – RICHMOND – The BC Conservatives oppose a plan by the Vancouver Airport Fuel Facilities Corporation to ship jet fuel along the south arm of the Fraser River. Other options for shipping the jet fuel exist, more »
BC Conservatives commit to funding Alzheimer’s research
BC Conservatives commit to funding Alzheimer’s research May 10, 2013 – VANCOUVER – A BC Conservative government will take a national leadership role on combatting Alzheimer’s by committing to funding research in BC. The BC Conservatives would commit to funding early stage research by up to $20 million a year for five years. “Treating Alzheimer’s more »
By-Elections Poor Turnout Shows BC Not Happy With The Political Party System
By-Elections Poor Turnout Shows BC Not Happy With The Political Party System Time to end the Political Party Monopoly on our Democratic Institutions. As an observer of the by-elections in Chilliwack-Hope and Port Moody-Coquitlam, I can only surmise by the … Continue reading →
Who is John Cummins, asks GlobalBCTV
Who is John Cummins? Check out the above YouTube link to GlobalBCTV little production called “Who is John Cummins?”. I’m very surprised this has not been picked up sooner since it was first posted back over a year ago.
BC Conservative Party in Turmoil?
This is what you are expected to believe based on the media reports but it goes a lot deeper than this. The issue here is very simple. The people that have been brought into the BC Conservative Party are from … Continue reading →
BC Conservatives or BC Conservative Party?
This Website is NOT the BC Conservative Party… …and Thank God it isn’t. Its too bad, because you would think there would be a great tie between BC conservatives (People in BC with a conservative conscience) and a political movement/party … Continue reading →
BC Conservatives will allow beer and wine sales in convenience stores
BC Conservatives will allow beer and wine sales in convenience stores May 7, 2013 – KELOWNA – A BC Conservative government would give British Columbians more choice to buy beer and wine and take the special interests out of liquor sales by allowing the sale of beer and wine in British Columbia’s convenience stores. “We more »
BC Conservatives to cut red tape for North Okanagan livestock producers
BC Conservatives to cut red tape for North Okanagan livestock producers May 8, 2013 – VERNON – A BC Conservative government will increase opportunities for North Okanagan Regional District livestock producers. The BC Conservatives will immediately issue up to 1200 class E licenses for farmgate sales, which allows local customers such as neighbours, retail outlets or restaurants to more »