BC Green Party Censors the BC Wrongful Death Law Reform Society’s Call for Legislative Reform

The BC Green Party has a new leader Sonia Furstenau

Our Society president posted a comment on the announcement post on Facebook asking why they supported the ICBC No Fault legislation that repeals and diminishes victim rights, instead of advocating for them and even further by modernizing the province’s wrongful death legislation.

The comment was deleted and effectually censored from the public.

32+ of our members in Sonia Furstenau’s constituency have reached out to her regarding this issue.

Our understanding is that none of them have received a response from Sonia in any official capacity.

Why does the BC Green Party behave like the BC NDP’s doormat and ride on their coat tails?

Why do they not use their elected MLA’s to be outspoken and actually make a real difference in promoting human rights and legislative protections for BC’s most vulnerable citizens?

Why don’t they play hardball to keep the BC NDP in check, since they are the ones who allowed the coalition that gave the BC NDP a minority control of the government in the first place?

Share your thoughts in the comments and feel free to ask the BC Green Party and Sonia Furstenau the same questions.

About the BC Wrongful Death Law Reform Society

‘In Their Name’ is the campaign of the ‘BC Wrongful Death Law Reform Society’. In response to the biggest human rights issue facing the province today, our goal is to modernize British Columbia’s antiquated wrongful death legislation, which predates confederation (1846). Under current legislation, the value of a human life is measured only by the deceased’s future lost income, so long as they had dependents.

As a result, access to justice has been denied to the families of the wrongfully killed who do not meet this discriminatory criteria. This has affected especially vulnerable groups, namely children, seniors, and the disabled, when they are killed by the careless or intentional acts of another.

BC is presently the last of all the provinces, including the Yukon, yet to have undertaken this critical legislative modernization to allow for dignity, value, and protections for all its citizens under the law.

When it’s ‘free’ to kill in BC, wrongdoers are not held accountable. This lack of general deterrence holds the province back in innovation of safety measures and protocols to prevent wrongful deaths in the first place.

Here’s How You Can Get Involved…

Every elected Member of the Legislative Assembly in BC has heard from the public on this issue. We have met with nearly two dozen of these MLAs, as well as with the Attorney General, the Minister responsible for the ‘Family Compensation Act’, of which our present wrongful death legislation is based. Reform is at a standstill, as no decisions have been made by the current provincial government.

The only way to move this forward is by creating massive public awareness and outcry for legislative modernization. Only under the scrutiny of the media and the public will our politicians be forced to take this necessary, and long overdue action.

#1 Petition your MLA: Please petition your MLA to make your voice heard in supporting the modernization of our wrongful death laws in BC»

#2 Share the following video with your friends and family on Facebook:

British Columbians Would Be OUTRAGED If They Knew……About the Discriminatory Wrongful Death Laws in Our Province….

Posted by In Their Name on Wednesday, February 26, 2020


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