BC Votes May 9: How the parties answered our Election Questions

British Columbians vote for a new government May 9. We asked the 3 main political parties how they would address key issues on inclusion and disability supports if elected.

BC Votes for a new government on Tuesday, May 9, with advance voting already started.

Read what the 3 major political parties say about inclusion and supporting people with disabilities.

Your Vote Matters!

You can help build a province where we all belong:

  1. Read the political parties’ positions on disability support & inclusion here.
  2. Share & discuss with friends, family & co-workers who support people with disabilities & inclusion.
  3. If you have questions or need help voting, visit I Am Voting.
  4. Vote on May 9 or in advance polls this weekend.

Read how BC Liberals, Greens & NDP answered our 2017 BC Election questions

Visit our BC Election 2017 Webpage for more info.

Our approach to advocacy is guided by the United Nations Convention on the Rights of People with Disabilities, which recognizes the full citizenship and human rights of people with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Kerridan Dougan, Advocate

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Together, we can break down barriers and create an inclusive world for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities.

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