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BC Federal Liberal Council

What is the role of the BC FLC?
The BC Federal Liberal Council is responsible to provide guidance and approval to the LPCBC Executive on all matters except business required to be conducted at a convention. For more information on the responsibilities and powers of the BC Federal Liberal Council, please refer to Section 22 of the LPCBC Constitution.

Who are the members of the BC FLC?
The BC FLC is made up of the 42 BC Liberal Electoral District Association Presidents, the members of the LPCBC Executive, the BC Caucus and appointees of the 4 Commissions. For more information on the composition of the BC Federal Liberal Council, please refer to Section 21 of the LPCBC Constitution.

Who is the Chair of the BC FLC, and what is their role?
The current chair of the BC FLC is Arne Gulstene, President of Surrey Centre. The BC FLC Chair is an EDA President who is elected by the BC EDA Presidents to chair the FLC meetings and represent the FLC on the LPCBC Executive. For more information on the officers of the BC Federal Liberal Council, please refer to Section 23 of the LPCBC Constitution.

Who is the Deputy Chair of the BC FLC, and what is their role?
The BC FLC Deputy Chair is an EDA President who is elected by the BC FLC members to assist the Chair. For more information on the officers of the BC Federal Liberal Council, please refer to Section 23 of the LPCBC Constitution.

Who is the Council Secretary, and what is their role?
The Council Secretary is appointed by the Presidents to assist the Party Secretary. For more information on the Council Secretary, please refer to Standing Rule 7 of the LPCBC Constitution.

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