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Posted On November 14, 2010By we_are_changeIn Local


FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Monday, November 8, 2010 BC FIRST UNVEILS PLAN TO CHANGE SYSTEM THAT ALLOWS BC LIBERAL DICTATORIAL APPROACH Delaney: It’s not enough to simply pick a new leader – the system must change in order to restore democracy PORT COQUITLAM – BC First has unveiled its’ plan to overhaul the system that permits the concentration of power in government witnessed under the BC Liberals – an approach which has severely damaged BC’s democracy says party spokesman, Chris Delaney. Delaney says it is not enough to simply change captainsRead More
New information taken from Bilderberg website shows premier was not acting in official capacity while attending meeting Port Coquitlam – BC Conflict of Interest Commissioner, Mr. Paul D.K. Fraser, has responded to the BC First Party’s request to conduct an investigation into Premier Gordon Campbell’s use of public funds to attend a private Bilderberg meeting in June 2010. BC First Party spokesman, Chris Delaney, says Commissioner Fraser is reviewing the information sent to him to determine how he will proceed under the Member’s Conflict of Interest Act. Delaney says theRead More
Ottawa can vote to tax BC without Legislature approval Delta – Fight HST Leader, Bill Vander Zalm, says the Supreme Court dismissed his court petition challenging the constitutionality of the HST today. Vander Zalm says Chief Justice Bauman’s decision effectively means that the imposition of the HST in BC can be done by “Order-in-Council”, rather than through the legislature as the constitution originally intended. He says it amounts to taxation without representation. “When the court says that a single person with the stroke of a pen can legislate a taxRead More

Posted On September 15, 2010By we_are_changeIn Local


Fight HST to begin Recalls as soon as possible after November 15. Delta – Fight HST Leader Bill Vander Zalm says BC Premier Gordon Campbell is once again playing fast and loose with the truth regarding his promise to hold a “binding, simple majority” referendum on the HST. “He’s been telling everyone he will make the referendum to scrap the HST truly democratic by allowing a simple majority of votes cast, and that it will be binding on his government. But he refuses to conduct the vote under the ‘ReferendumRead More

Posted On September 14, 2010By we_are_changeIn Local


PREMIER MUST LEGISLATE BINDING REFERENDUM Vander Zalm: Premier’s call for binding referendum requiring a simple majority vote requires legislative action. Victoria – Fight HST Leader and former BC premier, Bill Vander Zalm, says Premier Campbell’s call for a binding referendum requiring a simple majority of votes cast to kill the HST will require new legislation or amendments to the Initiative and Recall Act. Vander Zalm says the premier’s announcement came immediately after both the Liberal and NDP members of the Standing Committee voted unanimously to submit the “HST Extinguishment Act”Read More