Welcome to the pilot episode of The Official BC Libertarian Party podcast. This is Episode 01, “Regarding The High Cost Of Living In BC” This episode is hosted by Media Team lead Kyle McCormack, and features Party President Paul Matthews, Outreach Team lead Clayton Welwood and Deputy Party Leader Bill Morrison. The BC Libertarian Party is a small but rapidly growing coalition of British Columbians who are sick and tired of a government that has

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justice
In this blog post, We’ll attempt to lay out clearly the reasoning behind our Party’s support for Andy Ngo, the Free Speech Club at the University of British Columbia and their legal challenge with JCCF against the University on Charter Rights violation grounds. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ The Justice Centre for Constitutional Freedoms (www.jccf.ca) has filed this Petition for Judicial Review (click to view the public document) against the University of British Columbia (“UBC”), for cancelling a planned

Constitution, Free Speech
When we look at cost of living in BC housing is main one that makes the difference between people making ends meet, and not having a roof over their heads. It’s a major source of stress not just for those living close to the poverty line, but for many people at higher incomes as well. Making housing more affordable will give people greater financial security and the greater peace of mind that comes from having

Housing
The Agriculture Land Reserve (ALR) has existed since the early 1970s and reflected the concerns of that era.  Popular wisdom was heavily influenced by public figures like Paul Ehrlich in his best-selling book, The Population Bomb, that opened with the statement: “The battle to feed all of humanity is over. In the 1970s hundreds of millions of people will starve to death in spite of any crash programs embarked upon now. At this late date

Agriculture/Aquaculture
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!

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