The date was October 6th, 2018. The BC Libertarian Party had spent the past few months working around the clock to promote our annual general meeting for 2018. Every mind was focused on getting members in attendance. For an event that began at 9:30am, a core team of volunteers were on site as early as 5am to begin setting up for the important day. Why would so many people get up so early on a

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Never again will I advocate for “legalizing” anything. I am embarrassed to say that initially, I fell for the trick Canadian politicians have pulled on us. Thankfully, I wasn’t so duped to vote Liberal, but still, three years ago I naively thought that enough members of the political class had recognized the immorality of the war on drugs, and were seeking minimize the destruction of citizens’ lives by taking cannabis off the list of prohibited

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Clayton Welwood was the leader of the BC Libertarian Party from 2016-2018 and is a frequent writer and guest speaker for libertarian events and outlets. He currently sits as the Chair of the BCLP Ethics Committee. This presentation was given by Clayton Welwood as part of the BC Libertarian Party’s “Liberty & Economics” lecture series on Sep 11, 2018. In June this year I took a trip to Japan with my family. It was the

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 It’s that time again, Libertarians. To register for this event and to renew your membership, click here. Ever wanted to get into politics and help change the world? Do you LOVE Liberty enough to do something about it? You are invited to our forthcoming Annual General Meeting and Leadership Convention, which will take place on October 6th 2018! SMLXL​​ This is an important meeting as members will be electing a new Party Leader and Deputy

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Low voter turnout in municipal elections This post is a response to an article written by Jerome Irwin at CounterCurrents.org ​​SLXLM Hello Jerome, Thanks for passing this article along. It’s interesting to know what the voter turnout percentages are for municipal elections the North Shore. It’s also good to see that you care about the health and accountability of our political institutions. I do as well, having grown up in the City of North Van

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