BC Liberal Leader Andrew Wilkinson will hold his second telephone townhall open to the public on Wednesday, April 8 at 7:10 p.m. Participants throughout the province will be able to ask questions and provide feedback directly to Wilkinson from their homes.
“As we work together to flatten the curve, beat the virus, and help those who are struggling to make ends meet, elected leaders have to be guided by feedback from British Columbians,” Wilkinson said. “While we do the right thing by staying home and keeping physical distance, tools like telephone townhalls are a great way to stay engaged and make sure we’re on top of people’s needs and concerns.”
The BC Liberals say they are taking a constructive and cooperative approach to the public health emergency, while giving British Columbians opportunities for feedback on the necessary next steps for BC’s communities and economy to recover. BC Liberal MLAs, candidates, and riding associations are continually engaging citizens, community groups, and local businesses to answer questions, provide key information, and collect input on the next steps needed from government.
All members of the public are welcome to participate in Wednesday’s event by registering online at bclib.ca/townhall. A list of health, economic relief, and other resources is available at bclib.ca/covid19.