The BC Conservative Party demands better for the Insurance Corporation of British Columbia (ICBC), by reforming it in order to reduce insurance rates for BC drivers.
This week ICBC posted a net loss of $935 million for first nine months of the fiscal year. The public auto insurer is projected to have a $1.3 billion net loss this fiscal year. Attorney General David Eby referred to the mess at ICBC yesterday as a "financial dumpster fire".Read more
Scott Anderson, Interim Leader of the BC Conservative Party, is pleased to announce that Justin Greenwood has been appointed Deputy Interim Leader of the party, effective immediately.
Greenwood ran as a candidate for the BC Conservatives in the 2017 provincial general election in Langley. He is currently a Director on the provincial board as well as a Director on the Cloverdale-Langley City EDA board for the Conservative Party of Canada. His work background is in digital media and he is employed as Vancouver Area Manager for a Real Estate Media Company.Read more
The British Columbia Conservative Party is excited to announce that Mark Thompson will carry the BC Conservative banner into the Kelowna West by-election.
Mark Thompson is a former three term Councillor for the City of Saskatoon who has resided in British Columbia for over two decades. His education includes an MBA and he currently owns several successful IT-related businesses providing solutions to the retail sector.Read more
"On behalf of the BC Conservative Party, I'd like to wish everyone a wonderful new year!" - Scott Anderson, Interim Leader
"On behalf of BC's Conservatives, I wish everyone a safe and Merry Christmas!" - Scott Anderson, Interim Leader
Scott Anderson, interim leader of the BC Conservative Party, believes British Columbia should be at the forefront of the coming transportation revolution by proactively introducing framework legislation to allow autonomous vehicles on our roads.Read more
Scott Anderson, interim leader of the BC Conservative Party, accused the BC New Democratic Party of irresponsibly playing politics with the people of Kamloops by arbitrarily refusing to issue an environmental certificate before the federal environmental assessment was even completed.Read more
Interim BC Conservative Leader Scott Anderson predicts the demise of the BC Liberal Party and extends an invitation to disenfranchised BC Liberal voters to join the BC Conservative Party in their natural home.
There are widespread rumours of deepening divisions between federal Liberal supporters and federal Conservative supporters within the BC Liberal Party in the wake of the recent federal by-election in South Surrey White Rock.Read more
BC Conservative Party Interim Leader Scott Anderson today issued the following statement on Site C:Read more
BC Conservative Party Interim Leader Scott Anderson today issued the following statement on the importance of preserving freedom of speech in Canada:Read more