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June 2, 2014

Lighting a Spark in Fort St. John

Our director of engagement, Pamela Martin, was recently in Fort St. John to speak at the 2014 Spark Women’s Conference — an opportunity for local women professionals to network, learn and be inspired. Pamela was joined by BC Liberal Women’s Network president Janet Smukowich for a great day of engaging with the women who help Read More…

May 28, 2014

Convention 2014: Video Highlights

Convention 2014 was full of great speakers and moments. Below are full videos from the Free Enterprise Welcome, Prosperity Panel with Pamela Martin, and Premier Christy Clark’s keynote address. BRAD BENNETT HEATHER OLAND STOCKWELL DAY LAURIE STERRITT ANDRÉ CHEVIGNY PROSPERITY PANEL PREMIER CHRISTY CLARK

May 28, 2014

$20.17 for 2017 — an investment in BC’s future

At our recent Convention 2014, we launched $20.17 for 2017 — an innovative digital campaign to raise the resource we’ll need to win another victory in the next provincial election. This campaign puts the power squarely in your hands to help us keep delivering a strong economy and secure tomorrow for BC. It’s your contribution of Read More…

May 13, 2014

Promise Made, Promise Kept

PREMIER CHRISTY CLARK’S ONE-YEAR UPDATE   On May 14, 2013, you asked us to keep working towards a strong economy and secure tomorrow. We’ve been working hard every day to keep our promises to you. We promised to keep government spending under control, balanced our budget for the second year in a row, kept taxes Read More…

April 14, 2014

Strong BC, Strong Canada Townhall

On April 7, Premier Christy Clark and Minister of Jobs, Tourism and Skills Training Shirley Bond held a telephone townhall to update thousands of British Columbians on their recent mission to Ottawa. You can now listen to the full audio recording here: More on the BC and Canadian governments’ joint action to grow the economy Read More…

February 18, 2014

Balanced Budget 2014

Thanks to fiscal discipline, for the second year in a row British Columbia’s budget is balanced. This is what British Columbians elected us to do – control spending and balance the budget. Another promise made, promise kept. Balancing a budget is the first step to making sure we are on the path to a debt-free B.C. Read More…