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At Issue 2007- 2006
Victoria - March 6, 2007 - "On the heels of the BC Liberal's hallow energy plan, I'm proud to announce the DR BC sustainable energy policy. A comprehensive strategy with real numbers and real workable ideas," said DR BC Leader Graeme Rodger.
Victoria - Febuary 21, 2007 - After attending the budget lockup in Victoria, DR BC Leader Graeme Rodger declared Liberal budget, "Just more of the same we've come to expect; all flash, no substance, a pyrite budget for Mr. Campbell's pyrite decade."
Victoria - February 13, 2007 - "Mr. Campbell's golden decade remains tainted with the choices he made, and looks suspiciously more like pyrite than gold," says Rodger.
Victoria - January 16, 2007 - "Mr. Campbell and his government are yet again out of touch with the needs of British Columbians," stated DR BC Leader Graeme Rodger.
Victoria - December 18, 2006 - As British Columbians continue to clean up from what has become the worse series of storms in over a decade DR BC leader Graeme Rodger is asking where the provincial government has been during this natural disaster.
Vancouver - November 6, 2006 - "Why is British Columbia playing catch up on important issues?" asked DRBC spokesman Matthew Laird.
Democratic Reform BC is proud to announce the 2006 Annual General Meeting will be held November 18th, 2006 in Sidney, BC.
Vancouver - September 8, 2006 - "What British Columbians face is a government that has run out of ideas, and had many questionable ones to begin with. If this government has no further business on their agenda, they should step aside and make room for those who do have a wealth of fresh ideas and progressive initiatives for the province. It is, after all, what British Columbians are paying for," said DRBC spokesman Matthew Laird.
Vancouver - September 5, 2006 - As a new batch of keen young students prepare to enter post-secondary education, DRBC spokesman Matthew Laird asks why we're about to saddle another generation with crippling debt.
"Recent comments by Transport Minister Kevin Falcon bring into question his and the BC Liberal commitment to open and accountable government," said DRBC spokesman Matthew Laird.
Williams Lake - May 6, 2006 - After a historic summit which began the first steps in healing long standing wounds in the relationship between First Nations of Canada and Canadian governments, DRBC condemns Prime Minister Harper's betrayal of the agreement.
Vancouver - April 28, 2006 - Democratic Reform BC is demanding to know why Premier Campbell is selling out BC interests in the proposed softwood lumber deal.
Vancouver - April 25, 2006 - DRBC spokesman Matthew Laird today applauded Premier Campbell's decision to establish a research chair for the prevention of cancer.