The upcoming election is a pivotal moment for British Columbians across this province. The next election will decide whether British Columbia continues to develop a stronger economy so that we can have a stronger and more prosperous society or whether we fall into an economic abyss lead by the NDP. This election is especially important to youth. FIRST, an NDP government would lead to a weakened economy, which would result in fewer jobs for youth in BC. Secondly, a repeat of the NDP’s experiments with post secondary tuition from the 90’s would lead to a crippling of post secondary education in this province. However, I am confident that when youth are presented with the facts about what an NDP government has done and would do, we will have their support because no person young or old would vote to darken their and this provinces future. The BC Young Liberals are here and we are ready to fight for our future, to ensure that British Columbia continues to be a strong and prosperous society and to make sure that the NDP remain in opposition where they belong.
New Westminster Candidate Hector Bremner will be hosting a fundraising event this month. We would welcome any volunteers wishing to join us for this special evening. Volunteer opportunities may consist of greeting guests at the door etc.
Host: Hector Bremner, BC Liberal Candidate for New Westminster
Guest speakers: the Hon. Margaret MacDiarmid, Minister of Health and the Hon. Stephanie Cadieux, Minister of Children and Family Development and many more prominent guests
Emcee: Pamela Martin
Format: Stand up cocktail reception (food will be served as well)
When: Thursday, November 29
Time: 6:30pm - 8:30pm
Where: Five Stones
612 Columbia Street
If you are interested please contact me
One month from today, BC Liberals from accross the province will be gathered together for the 2012 BC Liberal Convention. Convention will take place in Whistler from October 25-27, 2012.
Here we will disscuss important policies that the party will carry forward in the 2013 provincial election, participate in campaign training sessions, and speak with MLA's and Ministers about the work they are doing in government. It is sure to be a productive and fun-filled weekend.The BC Liberal Party Convention is taking place this October 26th and 27th at the Fairmont Chateau Whistler.
Join the BCYL today for campaign training August 18th and tomorrow August 19th until 5pm at UBC in SUB room 205.
Come learn from experts in campus organizing, communications, and more, and spend a fun summer weekend with friends from across BC. Tickets for this 2-day youth training session are available for only $15.
If you are interested in attending or have any questions regarding this event please contact Nicole Paul at 778-838-2466
The little girl who answered the door was very cute, but when I asked to see her mom or dad, her mother came up to the door and, without a word, slammed it hard in my face. You see, mom was a teacher. Things didn't always go so well on the doorstep during the campaign because of the teachers' dispute. Understanding that tempers are running high, I still wondered what kind of an example she was setting for her daughter.
I found that people are passionate about their politics, whether it be teachers, environmentalists concerned about oil pipelines or the land reserve, those angry about the HST or the woman who believes that the elites are preparing to survive in underground cities while the world burns (true story)!
The BC Liberal Party has put forward great candidates in both of these ridings. In Chilliwack-Hope Laurie Throness has been working hard to become elected to ensure that families have a secure and stable future with a good quality of life. In Port Moody-Coquitlam Dennis Marsden is running to ensure continued economic growth that will provide jobs for today and opportunities for tomorrow. These great candidates can't get elected alone and will need your help!
To win these campaigns we need volunteers to enter data, scrutineer, go door-knocking, and make phone calls. You can also help simply by talking to your friends and sharing information on social media.
Please volunteer tomorrow, April 19th in one of these two ridings to help elect a BC Liberal candidate. It will be a rewarding, exhilarating and fun experience where you can make friendships that will last for a lifetime.
Come find out about how to get involved in the BCYL at the University of the Fraser Valley. Laurie Throness the candidate in Chilliwack-Hope will be joining us for part of the day to speak with interested students as well. This is a great way to get involved as we launch our campus club at UFV.
Most political events are pretty straightforward: the VIP makes a speech, answers a few questions, and then attempts to leave for their next event through a throng of people looking for a quick picture and a handshake.
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Wake Up to the Issues returns this Friday with a high profile former federal cabinet Minister as our speaker – Stockwell Day.
Lots of free parking, and our event wraps up at 8:30am sharp. $20 includes coffee and continental breakfast, as well as good company!
Speaker: Stockwell Day
Introduction by Colin Hansen, MLA Vancouver-Quilchena
For anyone remotely involved in politics, a phone-bank conjures up many different images. Large rooms, packed with landlines; cords snaking every where; numbers desks and that great smell of pizza. Everyone has a great story about a phone call that went well, and another ten that didn't.
Phone-banks have stayed consistent for a long time. Campaigns buy phone-lines, they take days to install and there's always a few lines that never work.
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