Author: Kevin Falcon

B.C. Liberal leadership: Former cabinet minister Kevin Falcon swoops into the race

Falcon must overcome ties to previous Liberal governments under Christy Clark and Gordon Campbell VANCOUVER SUN Kevin Falcon announced his bid to lead the B.C. Liberals on Monday evening, acknowledging his biggest challenge will be shaking off the baggage of his cabinet roles in the Gordon Campbell and Christy Clark governments. But he insisted he […]

B.C. Liberal leadership: Former cabinet minister Kevin Falcon swoops into the race

Former cabinet minister Kevin Falcon to run for leadership of B.C. Liberals

Kevin Falcon is the 3rd candidate and arguably the most high profile to announce a leadership bid CBC NEWS Former Liberal cabinet minister Kevin Falcon, who left politics to run a private business, is seeking to become the next leader of the B.C. Liberal Party and declared his intention to run during a virtual campaign announcement […]

Former cabinet minister Kevin Falcon to run for leadership of B.C. Liberals

Kevin Falcon officially joins the BC Liberal leadership race

GLOBAL NEWS It has been B.C. politics’ worst kept secret: Kevin Falcon wants to be the next leader of the BC Liberal Party. After nearly a decade out of public life, the 58-year-old is officially looking to replace Andrew Wilkinson as the party’s chief. “I am not going to focus on .. who the frontrunner is, you guys […]

Kevin Falcon officially joins the BC Liberal leadership race

Political veteran Kevin Falcon set for 2nd run at B.C. Liberal leadership

PEACE ARCH NEWS Former B.C. finance minister Kevin Falcon is set to make his bid for the B.C. Liberal leadership official Monday evening, with a Facebook live event that has been previewed on social media for the past week. A teaser campaign on Twitter started with “Ready?” then “Set…” then “Let’s Go,” a video featuring […]

Political veteran Kevin Falcon set for 2nd run at B.C. Liberal leadership

Kevin Falcon and Michael Lee enter B.C. Liberal leadership race

THE GEORGIA STRAIGHT The B.C. Liberal leadership race began in earnest today with the entry of two potential frontrunners. Former finance minister Kevin Falcon and Vancouver-Langara MLA Michael Lee joined two other candidates, Skeena MLA Ellis Ross and former Vancouver–Mount Pleasant candidate Gavin Dew, who’ve already declared. Falcon was also minister of transportation, minister of […]

Kevin Falcon and Michael Lee enter B.C. Liberal leadership race

Kevin Falcon launches leadership bid, asks British Columbians to join him in supporting the province’s COVID recovery

VANCOUVER, BC — Business executive and former cabinet minister Kevin Falcon announced his intention to run for the leadership of the BC Liberal Party at a virtual launch event in Vancouver. Joining him were his wife, Jessica, and two daughters, Josephine and Rose.  “I’m honoured to be putting my name forward to be the next […]

Kevin Falcon launches leadership bid, asks British Columbians to join him in supporting the province’s COVID recovery

Kevin Falcon: Misguided policies are undermining the quality of life in urban centres

Opinion: Society’s most vulnerable deserve better. So too do the residents of Strathcona, Yaletown and False Creek. VANCOUVER SUN It is long past time for a candid discussion about our treatment of the mentally ill and severely addicted. Having served in the provincial government from 2001 to 2013 in senior cabinet roles, including as health […]

Kevin Falcon: Misguided policies are undermining the quality of life in urban centres

Kevin Falcon: Electoral reform referendum ‘flawed beyond repair’

Pro Rep is a system that will result in perpetual minority governments, instability, and a loss of local and especially rural representation.

Kevin Falcon: Electoral reform referendum ‘flawed beyond repair’

Kevin Falcon: A call for leadership

OPINION: Investment capital is nervous and subject to flight. How governments react will determine which jurisdictions recover soonest and which will sit on the sidelines wondering why their economies remain stalled.

Kevin Falcon: A call for leadership