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ENG: The British Columbia Liberal Party (also referred to as the BC Liberals) is the governing political party in British Columbia, Canada. First elected for government in 1916, the party went into decline after 1952, with its rump caucus merging with the Social Credit Party for the 1975 election. It was returned to the legislature through the efforts of Gordon Wilson in a break-through in the 1991 election. At this time, the Social Credit Party collapsed, with the BC Liberals able to garner the centre vote traditionally split between left and right extremes in British Columbia politics. After Wilson lost a leadership challenge in the wake of a personal scandal in a bitter three-way race, the party was led by Gordon Campbell, who became Leader of the Opposition after Wilson's convention ...
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The BC Liberals should change their name


BC Liberal MLA for Vancouver Quilchena, former Finance Minister Colin Hansen, says it is time for the BC Liberals to change their name. The move comes on the heels of the demise of the federal Liberals in the May 2nd federal election, where the Conservatives won a historic majority government. Hansen says with Christy Clark as the new BC Liberal Leader and Premier, now is the time to look at changing the party's name. Frankly, the Saskatchewan Liberal Party is long overdue to have this internal debate as well. The Saskatchewan Liberals have suffered off and on for the last 40 years due to ...


Federal Tory MP attacks B.C. Liberals


Federal Conservative MP John Cummins is stepping into provincial politics, aggressively slamming the B.C. Liberal government as arrogant, attacking its handling of BC Hydro and the Agricultural Land Reserve, and dismissing the current Liberal leadership race as irrelevant. Sounding every bit like a possible leadership candidate for a provincial party, Mr. Cummins said in an interview on Monday that he believes B.C. politics has a gap that is waiting to be filled. “The B.C. Conservative Party is ideally situated to fill that vacuum,” he said. “When parties get arrogant and ...


Christy Clark voted B.C. Liberal leader


Radio talk show host and former deputy premier Christy Clark has won the B.C. Liberal leadership on the third ballot and will succeed Gordon Campbell as premier. Clark, who billed herself as a Liberal party outsider, won the party's leadership contest by beating former cabinet ministers Kevin Falcon, George Abbott and Mike de Jong. It took three rounds of the preferential ballot to decide who would replace Campbell, who resigned last fall over his party's disastrous unveiling of the harmonized sales tax. In a speech following the announcement, Clark addressed the people of British ...


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Register for Convention 2014
Thu, 27 Mar 2014 00:00:00 -0700Registration for Convention 2014 in Kelowna is now open. Join us May 23-25 to celebrate our proud past and plan for a bright future. REGISTER NOW     CONVENTION AGENDA
Stability for our students and schools
Wed, 26 Feb 2014 00:00:00 -0800Today, the BC Court of Appeal ruled in the BC Government's favour in the ongoing disagreement with the BC Teachers' Federation. The court reached an appropriate decision after carefully considering some important factors.  It allows the government to maintain stability for students and schools this year and next while we pursue the appeal.     This will also help everyone to refocus attention on where it matters most, which is to develop long term solutions at the bargaining table. Your government and the teachers' union return to bargaining next week. As always, our priority is an excellent education for every BC child. There is more work to be done, but we are well on the way.
Listen: Strong BC, Strong Canada Telephone Townhall
Mon, 14 Apr 2014 00:00:00 -0700On April 7, Premier Christy Clark and Minister of Jobs, Tourism and Skills Training Shirley Bond held a telephone townhall to update thousands of British Columbians on their recent mission to Ottawa. You can now listen to the full audio recording here: More on the BC and Canadian governments' joint action to grow the economy and create jobs
Premier Christy Clark: You need the discipline to say no at budget time
Wed, 19 Feb 2014 00:00:00 -0800CHRISTY CLARK CONTRIBUTED TO THE GLOBE AND MAIL February 18, 2014 I told this story in every town I visited on the campaign trail last year – so often that I almost feel sorry for those reporters who heard it every day. It’s about growing up in suburban Burnaby in a family of six, squeezed into a three-bedroom home with a teacher dad and a stay-at-home mom. They couldn’t afford everything we wanted, but when they died, they left us with no debt – no unpaid loans, no mortgage on the family home. My dad even prepaid his funeral expenses. They were special to us, but not unique for a generation that understood the value of living within one’s means. Governments have the same responsibility. Controlling spending builds the foundation to grow our economy and create jobs. Growth means we can afford services and infrastructure for citizens in the future. The alternative is to spend, borrow, spiral into decline and repeat. In British Colum



 
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