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British Columbians are invited to provide input into the 2018 provincial budget. Visit the Finance and Government Services Committee consultation website to learn more.

The Select Standing Committee on Finance and Government Services invites British Columbians to provide input that will help shape next year’s provincial budget. Pursuant to the Budget Transparency and Accountability Act [SBC 2000] Chapter 23, the consultation period begins with the release of the Bu...
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Ravi Kahlon

Thrilled to be leading the discussion on shaping the BC Human Rights Commission. Every voice matters and I want you to be part of the conversation: http://engage.gov.bc.ca/bchumanrights

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John Horgan

One in seven Canadian men will be diagnosed with prostate cancer in their lifetime. We're all wearing blue today to help raise awareness and increase support for prostate cancer research. Make sure you go for a check up. www.prostatecancer.ca

Thousands of people and families on assistance will benefit from increased earnings exemptions announced in the September Budget Update.
The Government of British Columbia has introduced legislation to put an end to big money in politics and put people back at the heart of government decision-making.
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Edie Cartwright

Leonard Krog MLA speaking at a successful Nanaimo NDP AGM today.




Sunday, September 17th @1 PM BEBAN Park Rooms 2&3
Note: REGISTRATION will start at noon.


1. Call to Order
2. Acknowledgement that we are on Snuneymuxw First Nations land
3. Guest Speakers: Leonard Krog, MLA
4. Adoption of Agenda
5. Report of Credentials Committee
6. Approval of AGM Minutes from June 16th 2016
7. President’s Report
8. Treasurer’s Report
9. Federal Report
10. Notice of Motions: a) changes to Bylaws
11. New Business—Provincial Convention: information and election of delegates

12. Election of Executive (odd years)– Nominations Committee
a. President (term up in 2018)
b. Vice President (two year term)
c. Secretary (term up in 2018)
d. Treasurer (two year term)
e. Provincial Council Delegate (one year term)
f. Federal Liaison (two year term)
g. Communications (two year term)
h. Education Chair (two year term)
i. Election Planning (term up in 2018)
j. Events Chair (term up in 2018)
k. Membership Chair (one year term)
l. Policy Chair (two year term)
m. YND Chair (two year term)
n. Womens’ Rights Chair (one year term)
o. Members at Large: **number of positions depends on outcome of voting to amend Bylaws
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FYI this petition is being circulated by Dogwood BC.

It’s time to break the silence and hold politicians accountable. We need a Corruption Inquiry in B.C.
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The BC Liberal government made choices that helped only a select few. Premier John Horgan and the BC NDP government are focused on making life better for people, so families can get ahead.

Building housing, protecting renters, fighting the opioid crisis, recovering from wildfires, investing in schools, students and teachers, and offering relief from unfair fees.

This is a budget update built for people.

B.C. Finance Minister Carole James presented her party’s first budget, supporting its plan to make the province more affordable. Dubbed a mini-budget, it follows the February financial numbers put out by the B.C. Liberals, which forecasted surpluses for the next three years on the strength of a hot…
British Columbia’s new government has released a budget update that puts people first, Finance Minister Carole James announced today. 
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Building a better BC starts with a strong foundation. Here's ours.

This is your government's vision for a better BC — where our economy remains strong, families get ahead, and communities get the services they need.
The BC Liberals have removed Plecas from their caucus after he decided to take on the role.
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The B.C. Legislature returns today for the first time since the confidence vote and the NDP government will deliver its first throne speech.