On March 4th The British Columbian Libertarian Party gathered together for an evening of training and inspiration in Vancouver, BC. Many of our candidates met for the first time and members of the public were able to ask questions and meet the Party leadership. Liberty activists across Vancouver and from all over the province met to exchange ideas, talk about libertarian philosophy and hear excellent presentations from Michael Pickens and Michael Scott, of Libertarian Leadership
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  “In three months we have a BC election, and the winner will be in charge of setting up the legal cannabis system for our province. So how come no BC politicians from any party are talking about pot, dispensaries or impending legalization?” – Dana Larsen, Cannabis Activist, Director of Sensible BC The B.C. Libertarian Party will take that challenge and make a bold offer to Dana Larsen. BCLP Member Keith Komar Responds:      “As
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Party Leader Clayton Welwood sits down after the International Students for Liberty  Conference to discuss why now is the perfect time to join the libertarian movement.    
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We can watch our own health, and even if we can’t, we can face the consequences For many people, university is a freeing experience. You might be living on your own, or living your life with a greater degree of freedom than you had in high school. You’re staying out late, drinking on Wednesdays, and skipping classes because of the previous two things. Yes, your parents may not have as much control of your life
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Clayton Welwood, the leader of the British Columbia Libertarian Party, ponders wasteful spending, pointless expenditures and other problems with municipal governments. What if we set tax rates in line with the services people have actually asked for?  
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