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  1. 1. position due to a scandal, and it was taken over by GordonCampbell in 2001, who had cause controversy about the party andended up resigning in 2011. Afterthe resignation, Christy Clark was elected as the new party leader.The B.C. Liberal party was first set into power in the 1916 election. After going into decline in 1952due to a bad merging caucus with the Social Credit Party during the 1975 election. They returned to power in 1991 thanks to Gordon Wilson. Gordon Wilson lost his position due to a scandal, and it was taken over by GordonCampbell in 2001, who had cause controversy about the party andended up resigning in 2011. Afterthe resignation, Christy Clark was elected as the new party leader.The B.C. Liberal party was first set
  2. 2. - The overall goal of the Liberals is to create‘just society’.- The B.C. Liberals believe that we canthrive, if we come together and unite.- They believe in putting B.C. families first inall decisions.- The government must promotecompetitiveness and sector job creation- They believe B.C. must lead in the openarea of government- All of these facts are the reason that theliberals fall in the centre-right side of the politicalspectrum.
  3. 3. • Christy was born and raised in Burnaby.After graduating from Burnaby South Senior Secondary, Christy studied at Simon Fraser University, the University of Edinburgh, and at the Université de la Sorbonne in Paris.• In 1996, she was elected to the British Provincial Columbia legislature where she was known as a passionate champion for families. This commitment continued when the BC Liberals Leader formed government and she was appointed Minister of Education and Deputy Premier in 2001.• Christy took a break from politics in 2005 to spend more time with her family. She quickly created herself as a columnist with the Vancouver Province newspaper and commentator on CTV Newsnet. In 2007, she began the "Christy Clark Show" on CKNW radio.• Christy has earned a number of awards,
  4. 4. Trained over 20 young adult leaders who now mentor as many as 100 teens. : Helped create the Tri-Cities Cold Wet Profile Of Candidate Weather Mat Program, successfully sheltering over 135 homeless people its firstyear, and transitioning twenty off the streets;Tackled difficult local issues such as poverty, hunger, and homelessness; Trained over 20 young adult leaders who now mentor as many as 100 teens. : Helped create the Tri-Cities Cold Wet Weather Mat Program, successfully sheltering over 135 homeless people its firstyear, and transitioning twenty off the streets;Tackled difficult local issues such as poverty, hunger, and homelessness; Trained over 20 young adult leaders who now mentor as many as 100 teens. : Helped create the Tri-Cities Cold Wet Weather Mat Program, successfully sheltering over 135 homeless people its firstyear, and transitioning twenty off the streets;Tackled difficult local issues such as poverty,
  5. 5. public opinion polls on the party.On splitting the vote - we should not worry about vote splitting. We should always vote the best candidate in, always vote for policies and philosophies we can believe in. –stillthinkinggalI wont vote for Liberals again if the issue of Electoral Reform is not raised by them in this campaign -cindyleeI wont vote for Liberals again if the issue of Electoral Reform is not raised by them in this campaign -cindyleeI wont vote for Liberals again if the issue of Electoral Reform is not raised by them in this campaign -cindyleeI wont vote for Liberals again if the issue of Electoral Reform is not raised by them in this campaign -cindylee
  6. 6. Health CareLiberals believe strongly that all Canadians deserve the samelevel of high quality and timely health care provided by anefficient, accountable and sustainable public health system.The BC Liberals are undertaking an exceptional expansion ofhospitals and health care across the province, while at thesame time supporting health promotion and working toensure our system is second to none and that our health careis sustainable for future generations.
  7. 7. Plan For Education•Early learning and literacy: In 2001, increase funding for Provide $12 millions to improvecombined ECD and autism libraries, and related things.intervention programs, and ESLprograms. Help students who are struggling with literacy or disadvantages.Use school space as centre ofdaycare services. Expand programs to BCs schools to promote empathy in children,Provide more help for special reduce bullying.need children, also expand effortto prevent Fetal AlcoholSpectrum Disorder.
  8. 8. •BCs Students: •Students & Parents: Increase funding for K-12 Restored education as an essentialeducation over the next 3 years. service.Reduce bullying. Created more choice in public schooling.Expand food and vegetablesprogram and to eliminate junk food. Eliminate the PST on basic school supplies.Publicly report and disciplineteachers who involves in Legal right of parents to volunteer inemotional,physical and sexual school.abuse. New graduation requirements.Oppose NDPs plan to eliminateeducation. Oppose NDPs proposal Added almost 12,000 computers toto remove the class size limits. BCs schools.Give teachers financial to reward Introduced AcheiveBC and newstudents improvement. school safety standard.
  9. 9. •Public Education: Education funding for all levels.Average funding per student hasincreased by $881.Another $68 millions was spend in2002. ( increase salary forteachers.)Spend $1.5 billion on seismicupgrades for over 700 schools.
  10. 10. •Post Secondary Students: Increase annual funding, numbers ofdoctors trained, and number ofapprentices. ( working with IndustryTraining Authority and employers)Expand student loan, offer more help tolow income families.Improve BCs educational network.Create "one-window" access.Establish a One World ScholarshipFund.
  11. 11. Plan For Environment•New Parks & Protection Establish 37 new class A parks and one new ecological reserve. Preserved the Codd Wetlands and Hofert area. Prevent air pollution in the Fraser Valley. New energy policy. Introduced Drinking Water Action Plan. Created $7 million Living River Trust Fund, 286 new wildlife habitat areasand 26 ungulate winter ranges. Pass new laws to protect the species at risk. Created more regional airshed management plans and establish theprogram to clean up old contaminated sites.
  12. 12. •Cleaner Air & Water:Build Cold Water Release Facility toimprove fish habitat.Promote alternative energy in wind,tidal, solar,...Tax reduction foralternative fuel vehicles.Implement Climate Change Action Plan and Drought Management Action Plan.Invest million of dollars to control invasive weed, to enhance economic development,...
  13. 13. created are full-time jobs. bankruptcies in Economy -Jobs• More than 102,000 CanadaBritish Columbians haveleft income assistance in 2004.since June 2001 – an over • B.C. is leading40% reduction. Canada with 36%• Construction jobs have ofgrown by over 60% since small businessesDecember 2001. owned and• Housing starts in B.C. operatedgrew at nearly four timesthe national by women.rate in 2004. • B.C.’s small
  14. 14. $15,500 – Over $900 million benefitting 330,000in provincial people.funding forresearch and • Reducedaccess initiatives provincial incomesince 2001. taxes by 28% for those• $600 millionleveraged in earning $30,000 orresearch funding less.from other sources. • Reduced
  15. 15. BC Historyinternational marketing initiatives. • Record high oil and gas• New opportunities for smaller operators, production, withcommunity forests, and First Nations, investment up 112% over 2000through the reallocation of 20% of the levels.timber supply from large licensees with fair • Total drilling up 50% above 2000compensation for affected licensees. and• A new Forest and Range Practices Act summer drilling up 72% in samethat eliminated needless regulations and period. “red tape.” • Highest mineral exploration in over• Implemented all 42 Filmon FireStorm aReport recommendations to reduce risks decade – over 300% increase in lastof wildfires. four• $125 million Forestry Revitalization Trust to years.help forest workers and contractors • Most mineral claims staked sinceaffected by tenure reallocation. 1991 –• Over $100 million invested since 2001 to over 10,000 more last year than inhelp tackle the mounting pine beetle 2001.infestation. • Average mining wage up 21%infestation. frominfestation. 2000, to $94,500.infestation.•infestation.infestation.infestation.
  16. 16. Several trends started in 2003 which heralded the end of the Liberal Partyspolitical dominance. Notably there would be a high turnover of permanentparty leaders, in contrast to their predecessors who usually served over twoor more elections, particularly Trudeau and Chrétien who each led for over adecade The Liberals were also hampered by their inability to raise campaignmoney competitively after Chrétien passed a bill in 2003 which bannedcorporate donations, even though the Liberals had enjoyed by far the lionsshare of this funding due to the then-divided opposition parties. It has beensuggested that Chrétien, who had done nothing about election financing forhis 10 years in office, could be seen as the idealist as he retired, while hisrival and successor Paul Martin would have the burden of having to fight anelection under the strict new rules. Simon Fraser University professor DougMcArthur has noted that Martins leadership campaign used aggressivetactics for the 2003 leadership convention, in attempting to end the contestbefore it could start by giving the impression that his bid was too strong forany other candidate to beat. McArthur blamed Martins tactics for the ongoing Story About thesag in Liberal fortunes, as it discouraged activists who were not on side. Party
  17. 17. http://www.bcliberals.com/utilities/the-bc-liberal-platformhttp://www.liberal.ca/caring-for-loved-ones/http://bcliberals.com/our_party/what_we_believehttp://www.bcliberals.com/bc_liberal_record/healthhttp://bcliberals.com/premier_christy_clark/

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