BC Liberals narrow two-hour policy debate to 20 motions

Andrew MacLeod, Tyee

There were 80 resolutions submitted for the BC Liberal Party convention in Kelowna, including several to address poverty and improving finances at BC Ferries, but most won’t be debated.

With just two hours scheduled for policy resolutions, delegates voted on which should move to the top of the list, and most that were critical of the government’s direction or that raised social issues appear to have been dropped.

Following is the list of priorities they set, with the constituency association or part of the party that put forward the resolution in brackets:

Balancing the budget and controlling spending (Policy Committee)…
Supporting childcare as a key government strategy (Women’s Network)

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