On his recent visit to Ottawa, newly-elected National Leader, Rod Taylor, was interviewed by Brian Lilley of SUN News. Click the image below to view the clip: Follow this and other news on Rod Taylor’s Twitter account, and on his Facebook Page.
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Rod Taylor was elected on November 6, 2014 to serve as the National Leader (read more here). Since his election, he has been to Ottawa twice, and has begun meetings with MPs, media and like-minded citizen advocacy groups to begin preparations for the federal election, expected to take place in October 2015. Taylor notes that […]
Rod Taylor, Telkwa, BC – “On Wednesday, October 9, 2013, I had the opportunity, along with others from the Bulkley Valley to present suggestions and concerns to the BC Select Standing Committee on Finance and Government Services who are receiving public input prior to the development of next year’s provincial budget. When I arrived at […]
Following the resignation of former CHP-BC Leader Wilf Hanni, Deputy Leader, Rod Taylor, has accepted the responsibilities of leading the Christian Heritage Party of BC on an Interim basis. Mr. Hanni stepped down in June due to family health issues and business commitments. He continues to be a strongly-supportive member of CHP-BC and intends to […]
Two Candidates-Rod Taylor and Donald A. Roberts-take the CHP-BC message to voters in Northern BC Representing the Christian Heritage Party for the first time in a provincial election, candidates Rod Taylor in the Stikine constituency and Donald A. Roberts in Prince George-Valemount are taking the party’s principled pro-life, pro-family values to the voters on May […]
CHP-BC delegates made history on April 6th, 2013 when they met at Telkwa, BC for an all-day meeting to review, amend and ratify both the Policies and the Constitution of the Christian Heritage Party of British Columbia. The delegates pushed through a rigorous agenda, and succeeded in completing – not only the work on the […]
Our memorandum of agreement calls for all memberships to be dual, meaning that when a resident of British Columbia joins the Christian Heritage Party, he or she automatically becomes a member of both the Federal and Provincial Parties by paying a single membership fee, unless they choose not to belong to both. We have adopted […]