We have one year to build a movement across British Columbia. 87 Ridings means 87 candidates with full support teams. In 2017, we ran 30. In 2021, we expect to paint British Columbia gold. The question is simple. Are you in? We are now interviewing candidates and volunteers. Apply now!
May 2, 2020
These are troubling times for anyone who is concerned about our individual rights and the unprecedented intrusion of government in our everyday life. We’ve seen the wholesale shutdown of the economy which has led to many people being put out of work and small business owners driven into bankruptcy. Our goals, hopes, dreams, and aspirations for the foreseeable future have been forcibly disrupted as all levels of government have instituted a universal indefinite life-stoppage.
April 25, 2020
As our tax code is currently written, the state has a claim to a large share of everything a citizen earns or produces. Those who do not comply will have their assets seized by the state, and can be judged and jailed by the state’s tax tribunals (instead of law courts and a jury of the citizen’s peers). This is akin to slavery, because the “master” lays claim to all the produce, and the “slave”
January 25, 2020
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
November 19, 2019
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