British Columbia Libertarian Party
The British Columbia Libertarian Party (BCLP) is based on the libertarian non-aggression principle: that no individual or group shall initiate the use of force or fraud against any other, or as a means of achieving political or social goals.
The BCLP advocates civil liberties, and private property rights, including drug legalization, ending government controls on economic activity, and ending coercive taxation.
May 2009: Provincial Election Results
The BCLP ran several candidates in the the May 2009 British Columbia provincial election. See the Election 2009 page for results.
August 2008: Annual General Meeting
The next provincial election is set for May 2009 and the BC Libertarian Party plans to be ready. Our annual general meeting will be held Saturday, October 25, 2008 for reports and election of new officers. Also we should be critiquing a possible election platform and choosing candidates for some ridings. The deadline for being eligible to vote at this meeting is for your membership to be paid up at least two month's prior to this meeting, so please download the membership form (NOW!!!) together with your $5 membership fee and mail it to 703-1180 Falcon Dr., Coquitlam, BC V3E 2K7.
BC Election 2005 Results
The BCLP ran several candidates in the May 2005 British Columbia provincial election. See the Election 2005 page for candidates, results, and platform information.
- April 2005: BCLP Back In Business
Thanks to John Clarke (and Kelly Connell), the BCLP is back in business!!!! John filed a petition asking the courts to relieve us of the $10,000 fine that Elections BC was still asking us to pay for not paying late filing fees after the 1996 provincial election. Elections BC has complied with the judge's ruling and we have been reinstated as an officially registered political party in BC.
BC Election 2001
What the BC Libertarian Party is doing for the May 2001 British Columbia provincial election.
703-1180 Falcon Dr.,
Phone: (604) 944-2845