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** Please note - this session was originally scheduled for Thursday, September 9 and was moved to accommodate the Federal Election's Leadership Debate**
As a member or supporter of the BC Green Party, you are invited to participate in a series of policy forums to discuss the proposals for the 2021 BC Greens Policy Document.
BC Green Party Policy is driven by our members. We aim to develop our policies collaboratively and to reach decisions by consensus through consultation with members. A key part of the 2021 consultation process is a series of four online forums to take place on:
- Thursday, August 26
- Wednesday, September 15 - topics are environment & climate change and forest management
- Thursday, September 23
- Wednesday, October 6
This invitation follows the call for Policy Motion Submissions issued on July 28, 2021. Each year, members have the opportunity to put forward proposals to the Policy Committee to be reviewed for inclusion in BC Green Policy. Decisions on the 2021 BC Greens Policy Document will be made by members as part of the 2021 AGM. The closing date for new Policy Motion Submissions is August 31, 2021, by 6 pm.
To learn more about the BC Green policy process, please click here.
Background information, including programme details, will also be available to participants prior to each forum.
If you have any questions, please email [email protected].
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