British Columbia will become the only Canadian province without a Liberal Party on its political landscape on Wednesday.
The Liberal Party of British Columbia decided to revamp its image and chose the name BC United. The change will be officially confirmed on Wednesday.
New BC United Party leader Kevin Falcon explained last November that he wanted a party “united by values, united by a determination to focus on results.”
“The main thing I want is for this party to be united. As I’ve said many times before, I want to make sure people feel welcome at BC United, no matter who they choose to love or what God they pray to.”
On Sunday, he assured the “Vancouver Sun” that now is a good time to make the transition, because in his opinion, NDP Premier David Eby will not call an election in a hurry and will wait for the date scheduled for 2024. By doing so, BC United will have time to promote its new brand image.
Citi News reported that it has ensured that a new BC Liberal Party does not emerge by retaining rights to the party’s name.
The remaining nine provinces have a Liberal Party in their political universe, whether or not it is linked to the Liberal Party of Canada.
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