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If you are interested in joining the BCYL or have any questions please contact:

Simrath Grewal - President

bcyl@bcliberals.com

 

 

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commented 2014-01-22 18:33:12 -0800
Good Afternoon! It looks like were are gearing up for yet another great convention! I’m not sure if I am even a member of the party anymore, or if my membership expired – either way I would like to say that If there is an opportunity for me to help set up some things with the BC Young Liberals that would be great! I would love to be involved, to set some stuff up. I do have my own local television show, but have already taken days off for the convention and Hope that you will allow for me to take some involvement.
commented 2014-01-08 21:35:54 -0800
Hi! i had an idea for a policy to do with Genetically modified foods and regulations around them in BC, i have talked to a group at my school about them but i wanted to maybe discuss it more with fellow bc youth liberals?
commented 2013-10-21 19:48:20 -0700
I am writing on behalf of my Political Science class in Kwantlen University. We are currently discussing the defeat of the NDP and the victory of BC Liberals on the last election. As an engaged activist and volunteer,

what would you say is the TOP reason, amongst many others, behind the victory of the BC Liberals?


Thank you very much for taking the time to respond to this.


Respectfully yours,


Toska Fernandez
commented 2013-09-18 15:32:12 -0700
Hi there,


My name is Hadir Ali and i am a political sciences student and for my BC politics course i am required to give a presentation on why the BC Liberals won the 2013 BC Election. I am looking for two liberal activists to ask why they think the Liberals won despite the odds that were stacked against them.


I would greatly appreciate any help you can offer me.


Sincerely,

Hadir Ali.
commented 2013-08-22 12:42:56 -0700
Hello,


My name is Sonnie Leone-Schultz, I am a third year student at Simon Fraser University studying Political Science, French, and Kinesiology.


I would like to become a member of the Young Liberals. Could you please let me know how I can become more involved and if there is anybody that I should contact directly.


I thank you in advance for your time and attention.


Sincerely,

Sonnie Leone-Schultz

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commented 2013-03-07 12:22:54 -0800
Hello, I was wondering if you have an office or head quarters location? I am also curious as to how one goes about requirements for joining the BCYL and the promotion of the Liberal Party and the BCYL itself.
commented 2012-08-16 13:19:57 -0700
I am wondering Canada’s new relations and European Countries related to Economic deals and free market. Both Prime ministers met but how will Canada benefit from this relationship?
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commented 2012-05-23 11:47:51 -0700
Premier Clark, President Sharon White, Members of the BC Liberals, BC Young Liberals:



I am very discouraged to hear that legislation is being proposed to restrict Canadians discussing disease.



As a health professional, it is imperative that we are able to discuss any situation that impacts upon the health of the individual. What on earth is the Liberal party thinking restricting our freedom of speech? Please reexamine this situation.


REFERENCE:



Ethan Baron The Province: May 22, 2012

B.C.‘s Liberal government is poised to further choke off the flow of public information, this time with respect to disease outbreaks. The Animal Health Act, expected to be passed into law by month’s end, expressly over-rides B.C.’s Freedom of Information Act, duct-taping shut the mouths of any citizens – or journalists – who would publicly identify the location of an outbreak of agriculture-related disease such as the deadly bird flu.


Read more: http://www.theprovince.com/news/information+farm+outbreaks/6657194/story.html#ixzz1viuYzn00



A farm salmon with Piscine reovirus
commented 2012-04-23 23:00:28 -0700
Income Contingent Student Loans… UPDATE

DEAR US NATION,


More importantly Savannah, you got the right stuff astronaut.


A POLICY IDEA


You have a insurmountable student debt problem. Because you have income student loans based on income. Their has to be a change.Cap student loan repayments at 10% of income. Forgive all student loans at 10 years.


I see msnbcs employment equity policy, in that it does not discriminate against sex, then why is it that women doing the same amount of work in the same job as a man are paid less.


Get rid of the 1 trillion dollar tax cut for the one percent. It would just be a shifting of tax dollars. More businesses file bankruptcy than students. There are more subsidies to business and corporations than to students.


With student loans and debt, with interest and income student loans it discriminates against women in that they make less, yet more women go to university than men, pay the same interest as men but make less and the effect is they are kept in perpetual poverty cycle for a unreasonable time.


So either have differential interest rates for women and men. Milton Friedman came up with a formula and look at what that man came up with a income contingent formula and please everybody he has done enough to you.


In Canada, our Canada student loans program was administered by the the federal government. One of our national student organizations sued the government because they said that “students” were being discriminated against. They lost. Because the judge said students are not recognized in equity legislation.


But if they sued under discrimination based on sex the federal program falls under our Charter of rights and freedoms, and their is a clause that you cannot discriminate based on sex they would have won.


So heres the rub, students both men and women should not be burdened with unreasonable debt fresh out of school. This puts more money in consumers pockets. It stimulates the economy. At a younger age they can start paying into a 401k. They can buy a house, car, or have money to help their ageing parents with long term care, for their twilight years.


Our federal civil servants women work force launched a class action lawsuit against our government for pay inequity and won.


In the private sector the sisters have to stick together and file an application in civil court against an employer. Or fan dangle a civil liberties organization to do it.


Young people should not be held accountable because of unemployment rates, minimum wage jobs, that offer little to know way in pay or benefits. To be discriminated against at such a time in the downturn further perpetuates the cycle of poverty.


And, lastly if not for the discrimination in wages and student loans they get women with dry cleaning bills, and overpriced clothing. For me the only thing that is keeping me above the poverty line is my illegal chinchilla farmyard.

Editors Note: My student loans were forgiven because of my mental illness.
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