A new definition of success for the BC Liberal Party

Val Litwin
Candidate for BC Liberal Party Leader

Val Litwin for BC Liberal Party Leader

61% of British Columbians are now under the age of 39.

The BC Liberal Party has long been the driving-force for big ideas in this province. We’ve led Canada and the world in meaningful ways – on the environment and the economy.

But what got us to here, won’t get us to there

Let’s respect the wisdom, experience, and history of this party — as we recreate a bold, new definition of success.

Engage and inspire in BC’s 87 ridings
Hard-wiring hot economies
Vibrant, safe & inclusive communities
Fresh vision for age-old challenges
Engage and inspire in BC’s 87 ridings
Hard-wiring hot economies
Vibrant, safe & inclusive communities
Fresh vision for age-old challenges

Leader. Team Builder. Advocate. Entrepreneur.

Val has started a social enterprise, run his own small businesses, worked in health care, and toured the province advocating for women and business. He has transformed government policy throughout British Columbia.

To lead, you have to get things done. Val is a doer.

Action, not words. Impact, not spin.

When you meet Val, you meet a man driven by values who will inspire you with his passion.

Val will bring new vitality to the BC Liberal Party.

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The BC Liberal Party is at an important turning point.

This party has a proud history of driving deep and important change. But to win in 2024 we need to become the BC Liberal Party that British Columbians need us to be.

It will take an updated priority set.
It will take refreshed values and vision.
It will take new leadership.

I’m ready to lead that change.

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