John Horgan’s BCNDP government has accomplished so much during their first term of office. They have made working families a priority and worked hard to make life more affordable in British Columbia. Take a look:
Building the best universal childcare system outside of Québec

  • Eliminated MSP Premiums
  • Made a $7 billion investment to help improve the availability of housing
  • Levied a speculation tax to help turn empty homes into available housing
  • Cancelled the interest charged to BC Student Loans
  • Eliminated bridge tools on the Golden Ears and Port Mann bridges
  • Investing $4 billion into public healthcare
  • Allocated $332 million to help deal with the overdose crisis
  • Hired 4,000 new teachers in BC’s public school system
  • With Unifor’s input, launched Clean BC climate action plan
  • Implementing a Wild Salmon strategy to protect wild salmon routes
  • Worked with BC First Nations to implement the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples (UNDRIP)
  • Banned big money in politics
  • Re-established the BC Human Rights Commission
  • Investigating “dirty money” and fighting its effects on BC’s overheated real estate market
  • Updated B.C’s labour code to include protection from contract flipping
  • Began improvements to employment standards and Worksafe BC
  • And much more

John Horgan and the BCNDP have earned our support.

BC Liberal Leader Andrew Wilkinson is dangerously out of touch with working people. Here’s what he stands for, in his own words:

  • Survivors of domestic violence are “in a tough marriage” (February 12, 2020 on RedFM)
  • Renting in Canada’s least affordable city is “part of growing up” “fun” and “wacky time of life” (February 27, 2019 in the B.C. Legislature)
  • On BC’s homelessness crisis: “there’s suddenly this street phenomenon of people who are out of control.” (September 23, 2020 at the Union of B.C. Municipalities convention)