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Statement on the International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women

Today we join the international community in calling for an end to violence against women. In 1999, the United Nations General Assembly designated November 25th as the International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women. Violence against women is a violation of human rights and a consequence of ongoing gender inequalities.

Letter to Premier Christy Clark

Hon. Christy Clark
West Annex
Parliament Buildings
Victoria, BC V8V 1X4

14 November 2013


Dear Premier Christy Clark,

I would like to congratulate you on the investments in the Agricultural Land Commission (ALC) in Budget 2013. The multi-million dollar investment was unique. While other ministries and agencies had their funding untouched or reduced, your
commitment to implementing the recommendations of the ALC’s 2010 core review is an important investment in British Columbia.

Following the election this spring the minister of the core review, Hon. Bill Bennett’s comments raised considerable concerns when he suggested to a reporter, that despite the work that had been done, the core review would include the ALC.

BC Green Party writes an open letter to Premier Christy Clark on the Agricultural Land Commission

Victoria, BC - BC Green Party Interim-Leader, Adam Olsen sent an open letter to Premier Christy Clark today requesting the British Columbia government remove the Agricultural Land Commission (ALC) from the current core review and reaffirm 
its support the modernization of the Commission that has been on-going for the past three years. 

Remembrance Day Statement from the BC Green Party

On November 11, Canadians stop to remember, honor, and reflect.

We remember all those who gave their lives willingly to defend the many freedoms that our nation enjoys. We also remember with sorrow the fallen of other nations, even those who fought against us. War has taken so much from so many – as individuals, families, communities, and all mankind. 

BC Green Party seeks clarity from the BC Government on what constitutes "First Nations support" of pipelines

Media Release
November 6, 2013

Victoria, BC – British Columbia and Alberta co-released a statement on Tuesday announcing “a framework agreement between the two provinces on moving energy resources to new markets.”

The release states,

“Alberta and BC agree that only through intensive environmental review and protection, enhanced marine safeguards and First Nations support, can projects proceed.”

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