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International Volunteer Day


Today is International Volunteer Day and we want to take this opportunity to let you know how important you are! 

Volunteering matters. Your contributions to the BC Greens are helping us grow so that we can tackle the big issues in British Columbia, get more MLAs elected and build better communities, towns, cities, province and beyond.


In the midst of a shopping frenzy, imported from across the border, known as Black Friday and Cyber Monday, the BC Greens support Buy Local Week (December 2-8, 2013).

The initiative was started by Vancouver based, LOCO BC. The organization “is working to create a diverse, vibrant local economy by strengthening small andmid-sized businesses. We do this by promoting buy local, by fostering business networking, and by ensuring businesses are on the path to sustainability.”

Voice of BC

On Thursday, November 28th Adam Olsen, Interim Leader, and Andrew Weaver, MLA for Oak Bay-Gordon Head, were on Voice of BC with Vaughn Palmer. Check out the video here.

BC Greens raise $1846 for Men’s Health

VICTORIA, BC – The BC Green Party raised $1846 for men’s health. For the month of November Adam Olsen, Interim Leader, and Andrew Weaver, MLA and Deputy Leader, participated in the global Movember movement, growing mustaches and raising money for men’s health issues. 

What’s next for the ALR? Moving the Conversation from Protection to Prosperity

Would the Agricultural Land Reserve (ALR) exist today if the NDP hadn’t won the 1972 election? While food security was part of every campaign’s platform, it’s unlikely it would have been the ALR. As we now know, even the NDP didn’t plan the ALR.

After the 1972 election, Dave Stupich became BC’s Agriculture Minister, and under his leadership the ALR was established. The BCNDP deserve full credit for the legislation, but very few know the full story.

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