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B.C. Greens Address Union of B.C Municipalities Convention

IMG_0724.JPGVancouver B.C. – In a speech to delegates at the annual Union of B.C. Municipalities Conference, B.C. Green Party Interim Leader Adam Olsen called on the provincial government to take far bigger steps to address the long term needs of local communities. This means ensuring that natural resource development provides far greater value to the communities in which the resources come from.

Joe Keithley named B.C. Green Party candidate for Coquitlam-Burke Mountain

Joe_Keithley_headshot.JPGVictoria, B.C. – Joe Keithley has been acclaimed as the B.C. Green Party candidate for the upcoming Coquitlam-Burke Mountain by-election.  

“I have been standing up for citizen rights all my life and that's what I'll do for the people of Coquitlam-Burke Mountain,” said Joe Keithley. “If elected, I will work tirelessly for the people of Coquitlam-Burke Mountain, it's about time they had a representative that will honestly stand up for them. Green Party MLA's are free to stand up for their constituents, unlike with the other parties where they are forced to follow the party line.”

Celebrating British Columbia Day

Victoria, B.C. – Today, the B.C. Green Party joins all British Columbians in celebrating British Columbia Day. This year, we reflect on B.C.’s unmatched natural beauty, diversity, innovation, creativity, and all the opportunities therein.

B.C. Greens to march in Vancouver Pride Parade

Victoria, B.C. – B.C. Green Party Interim Leader Adam Olsen and Vancouver–Mount Pleasant by-election candidate Pete Fry will march in the Vancouver Pride Parade on August 2. The Vancouver Pride Society requires all political participants to sign a pledge of support for transgender equality, which the B.C. Green Party is proud to do.

B.C. Greens: Lack of leadership from B.C. Liberals in their Transit Plebiscite halts needed transportation investments

Victoria, B.C. – Matt Toner, B.C. Green Party Finance critic, says the B.C. Liberal government has displayed a lack of leadership in the Lower Mainland when it comes to critically important investments in public transportation.

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