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5000+ Bill 36 postcards submitted in Legislative Assembly on Nov. 9!
BC Physicians and Health Professionals attended the BC Legislature to fill the gallery for this event. BC Conservative Party MLA's John Rustad and Dr. Bruce Banman delivered the postcards and met health professionals and members of the public for a press conference on the Parliament Building's front lawn.
Click on a speaker's name for the link to individual Nov. 9 speeches:
John Rustad, Leader of BC Conservative Party
Keep 'em coming. Every postcard sent to your MLA means they can't forget about us!
MLA, Nechako Lakes
Leader, BC Conservative Party
Thank you, John & Bruce.
It's time to prepare (and vote) for change in BC.
Vote for the candidate who best represents your needs for a fair and honest government! If your MLA candidate isn't prepared to stand up for YOUR FREEDOM ... have a look at the Conservative Party of BC platform.
The Bill 36 Packet!
This brand new PowerPoint video is a game-changer! Featuring Dr. Malthouse, Dr. Pincott, and several other Bill 36 Champions, this 40-minute video for the public explains how to use all of the Bill 36 campaign materials and to continue distribution to every health professional in BC.
Click on Rumble to open in larger window.
BC Rising Resources
Thank you to our friends at BC Rising for these great resources for us to educate our health care colleagues and the public about Bill 36.
Info packets are being delivered to health care professionals in BC.
Each Professional Bill 36 Packet includes (clickable):
What's in the packet and what to do with each item.
What you need to know.
What you need to do!
This one-pager is to place on walls and bulletin boards in medical offices.
Postcard for medical practitioners to send to their professional associations.
Postcard for patients to send to their MLA's.
This is for sharing widely. It highlights all of the concerns and action plans.
Send this letter to your MLA (along with postcards completed by their concerned constituents). They need to know this stuff!
Social Media .jpeg Files to Share
The files shown below are easy to share across your favorite social media platforms.
If the image files won't save directly as .jpeg, we suggest that you right click and 'copy' an image file, 'paste' to another app, then save.
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