January 25, 2020

Libertarians Protest ICBC’s Monopoly

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Press release for media distribution   The BC Libertarian Party is proud to host the first in a series of End ICBC protests from 10 AM to 2 PM on Saturday, January 25. These protests will take place outside ICBC’s headquarters at 151 Esplanade North Vancouver.  The BC Libertarian Party is the only registered provincial political party in British Columbia willing to stand up against this massive insurance monopoly. The libertarians have long advocated for

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bclp counter spy program
The B.C. Libertarian Party announced on Tuesday that it wants to hire a Russia-based space technology company to see if satellites and drone technology can assist with monitoring and regulatory oversight of the British Columbia Government, on behalf of BC’s citizens. In a notice of intent (NOI) posted on Facebook, the BC Libertarian Party, which has long stood in opposition to the Agricultural Land Reserve’s monopolistic control over farm-land, outlined its plan to contract with

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With the transit workers’ strike set to escalate this week, many people who rely on public transit will face longer commutes. While many Vancouverites sympathize with the workers’ demands for adequate break times, and wage increases commensurate with the rapid rise in cost of living, there’s a certain irony in the situation—two creatures of the state battling it out, with the public left in the lurch. The first creature is Translink, the Authority created by

Government, Innovation, Transportation

November 6, 2019

End ICBC – The First Of Many Protests

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We know that ICBC is broken. Everyone knows that now! But the time has come for some political action! Leading up to the 2021 election we will be hosting and attending many ICBC protests and we encourage all of our members to show up in BCLP t-shirts and gear, ready to represent our cause and protest hard! Only the BC Libertarians have promised to unequivocally END ICBC and liberate our automotive insurance industry. Only the

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Translink’s board of directors recently voted its top executives a pay increase of up to 25%, and the new range for the CEO is now $406,634 to $517,443.  The value of benefits they receive is on top of this. Now, half a million dollars is more than the Prime Minister gets paid, so how does Translink justify it? Translink hired a consulting firm to help them with a months-long review that resulted in a report

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