FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. – The Conservative Party of B.C. has released how their recovery plan for the province would look. Conservative Party of B.C. leader, Trevor Bolin, says that the plan is “a strategy formed with British Columbians for British Columbians.”

The Recovery Plan is as follows:

Party leader, Trevor Bolin also says, “It’s time to take a more aggressive approach to British Columbia’s future, starting now. That’s why we are proud to present this ‘Made in BC’ recovery plan created by British Columbians … for British Columbians”.

The B.C. Liberals have said that their plan is to cut the Provincial Sales Tax (PST) for one year to get the B.C. economy back on track.

The NDP recovery plan includes $1.5 billion in economic recovery spending measures that respond to immediate needs and is earmarked for recovery spending in the spring. The plan also includes hiring 7000 new frontline workers, creating more jobs and opportunities by investing in training in high-demand fields, helping to grow businesses and rehiring employees with a 15% refundable tax credit.

Advanced voting for the Provincial Election is scheduled to take place from Thursday, October 15 to Wednesday, October 21.

Advance voting places will be open from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. local time. There will be seven days of advance voting, up from six in 2017.

General Election day is scheduled for Saturday, October 24, from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. Pacific time.

Voters should stay home if they are feeling sick or self-isolating and request a vote-by-mail package instead.

If voting by mail, packages can be requested now on the Elections BC website at elections.bc.ca/ovr or by phone at 1-800-661-8683. The vote-by-mail package will be mailed to the voter with instructions on how to complete it and return it to Elections BC.