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Legislative Assembly of British Columbia

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Legislative Assembly of British Columbia
42nd Parliament of British Columbia
Coat of arms or logo
FoundedJuly 20, 1871 (1871-07-20)
Preceded byLegislative Council
Darryl Plecas, independent
since September 8, 2017
John Horgan, BC NDP
since July 18, 2017
Andrew Wilkinson, BC Liberal
since February 3, 2018
Government House Leader
Opposition House Leader
British Columbia 41st Legislature Seating Plan.svg
Political groups
  New Democratic (55)
  Liberal (29)
Third party
  Green (3)
Last election
October 24, 2020
Next election
No later than October 19, 2024
Meeting place
BC Legislature Buildings.jpg
Parliament Buildings, Victoria, British Columbia, Canada
Located in Victoria, British Columbia and officially opened in 1898 with a 150-metre-long facade (500 ft), central dome, two end pavilions, and a gold-covered statue of Captain George Vancouver, the British Columbia Parliament Buildings is home to the Legislative Assembly of British Columbia.
Located in Victoria, British Columbia and officially opened in 1898 with a 150-metre-long facade (500 ft), central dome, two end pavilions, and a gold-covered statue of Captain George Vancouver, the British Columbia Parliament Buildings is home to the Legislative Assembly of British Columbia.
The Parliament Buildings roof with a gold-covered statue of Captain George Vancouver
The Parliament Buildings roof with a gold-covered statue of Captain George Vancouver
The Legislative Buildings, Victoria, British Columbia. (Pacific Undersea Gardens also pictured.)
The Legislative Buildings, Victoria, British Columbia. (Pacific Undersea Gardens also pictured.)
The Legislative Assembly of British Columbia in session, 1921
The Legislative Assembly of British Columbia in session, 1921
The Legislative Chamber
The Legislative Chamber
Parliament Buildings, Victoria, Vancouver island
Parliament Buildings, Victoria, Vancouver island

The Legislative Assembly of British Columbia is the deliberative assembly of the Parliament of British Columbia, in the province of British Columbia, Canada. The Legislative Assembly meets in Victoria. Members are elected from provincial ridings and are referred to as members of the Legislative Assembly (MLAs). Bills passed by the legislature are given royal assent by Elizabeth II, Queen of Canada, represented by the Lieutenant Governor of British Columbia.[2]

The current Parliament is the 41st Parliament. The most recent general election was held on October 24, 2020. Proceedings of the Legislative Assembly are broadcast to cable viewers in the province by Hansard Broadcasting Services.

Recent Parliaments

Parliament Period Premier Leader of the Opposition
Start End Party Name Party Name
1975 election
1975 1979 Social Credit Bill Bennett New Democratic Dave Barrett
1979 election
1979 1983 Social Credit Bill Bennett New Democratic Dave Barrett
1983 election
1983 1986 Social Credit Bill Bennett New Democratic Dave Barrett
Bob Skelly
1986 election
1987 1991 Social Credit Bill Vander Zalm New Democratic Bob Skelly
Rita Johnston
1991 election
1991 1996 New Democratic Mike Harcourt Liberal Gordon Wilson
Gordon Campbell
1996 election
1996 2001 New Democratic Glen Clark Liberal Gordon Campbell
Dan Miller
Ujjal Dosanjh
2001 election
2001 2005 Liberal Gordon Campbell New Democratic Joy MacPhail
2005 election
2005 2009 Liberal Gordon Campbell New Democratic Carole James
2009 election
2009 2013 Liberal Gordon Campbell New Democratic Dawn Black
Christy Clark Dawn Black
Christy Clark Adrian Dix
2013 election
2013 2017 Liberal Christy Clark New Democratic Adrian Dix
John Horgan
2017 election
2017 2020 Liberal Christy Clark New Democratic John Horgan
New Democratic John Horgan Liberal Christy Clark
Rich Coleman
Andrew Wilkinson
2020 election
2020 2024 New Democratic John Horgan Liberal Andrew Wilkinson

Party standings in the 41st Parliament

Member Party Electoral district
  Darryl Plecas Liberal Abbotsford South
  Mike de Jong Liberal Abbotsford West
  Simon Gibson Liberal Abbotsford-Mission
  Linda Larson Liberal Boundary-Similkameen
  Anne Kang NDP Burnaby-Deer Lake
  Raj Chouhan NDP Burnaby-Edmonds
  Katrina Chen NDP Burnaby-Lougheed
  Janet Routledge NDP Burnaby North
  Donna Barnett Liberal Cariboo-Chilcotin
  Coralee Oakes Liberal Cariboo North
  John Martin Liberal Chilliwack
  Laurie Throness Liberal Chilliwack-Kent
  Doug Clovechok Liberal Columbia River-Revelstoke
  Joan Isaacs Liberal Coquitlam-Burke Mountain
  Selina Robinson NDP Coquitlam-Maillardville
  Ronna-Rae Leonard NDP Courtenay-Comox
  Sonia Furstenau Green Cowichan Valley
  Ravi Kahlon NDP Delta North
  Ian Paton Liberal Delta South
  Mitzi Dean NDP Esquimalt-Metchosin
  Jackie Tegart Liberal Fraser-Nicola
  Peter Milobar Liberal Kamloops-North Thompson
  Todd Stone Liberal Kamloops-South Thompson
  Norm Letnick Liberal Kelowna-Lake Country
  Steve Thomson Liberal Kelowna-Mission
  Christy Clark (to August 4, 2017) Liberal Kelowna West
  Ben Stewart (from February 14, 2018) Liberal (until August 1, 2019) Kelowna West
  Independent (until October 1, 2019)
  Tom Shypitka Liberal Kootenay East
  Katrine Conroy NDP Kootenay West
  John Horgan NDP Langford-Juan de Fuca
  Mary Polak Liberal Langley
  Rich Coleman Liberal Langley East
  Bob D'Eith NDP Maple Ridge-Mission
  Lisa Beare NDP Maple Ridge-Pitt Meadows
  Scott Fraser NDP Mid Island-Pacific Rim
  Leonard Krog (to November 30, 2018) NDP Nanaimo
  Sheila Malcolmson (from January 30, 2019) NDP Nanaimo
  Doug Routley NDP Nanaimo-North Cowichan
  John Rustad Liberal Nechako Lakes
  Michelle Mungall NDP Nelson-Creston
  Judy Darcy NDP New Westminster
  Jennifer Rice NDP North Coast
  Claire Trevena NDP North Island
  Bowinn Ma NDP North Vancouver-Lonsdale
  Jane Thornthwaite Liberal North Vancouver-Seymour
  Andrew Weaver Green (until January 20, 2020)[3] Oak Bay-Gordon Head
  Michelle Stilwell Liberal Parksville-Qualicum
  Dan Davies Liberal Peace River North
  Mike Bernier Liberal Peace River South
  Dan Ashton Liberal Penticton
  Mike Farnworth NDP Port Coquitlam
  Rick Glumac NDP Port Moody-Coquitlam
  Nicholas Simons NDP Powell River-Sunshine Coast
  Mike Morris Liberal Prince George-Mackenzie
  Shirley Bond Liberal Prince George-Valemount
  Teresa Wat Liberal Richmond North Centre
  Linda Reid Liberal Richmond South Centre
  Jas Johal Liberal Richmond-Queensborough
  John Yap Liberal Richmond-Steveston
  Adam Olsen Green Saanich North and the Islands
  Lana Popham NDP Saanich South
  Greg Kyllo Liberal Shuswap
  Ellis Ross Liberal Skeena
  Doug Donaldson NDP Stikine
  Marvin Hunt Liberal Surrey-Cloverdale
  Jagrup Brar NDP Surrey-Fleetwood
  Rachna Singh NDP Surrey-Green Timbers
  Garry Begg NDP Surrey-Guildford
  Harry Bains NDP Surrey-Newton
  Jinny Sims NDP Surrey-Panorama
  Stephanie Cadieux Liberal Surrey South
  Bruce Ralston NDP Surrey-Whalley
  Tracy Redies (to August 31, 2020) Liberal Surrey-White Rock
  George Heyman NDP Vancouver-Fairview
  Sam Sullivan Liberal Vancouver-False Creek
  George Chow NDP Vancouver-Fraserview
  Shane Simpson NDP Vancouver-Hastings
  Mable Elmore NDP Vancouver-Kensington
  Adrian Dix NDP Vancouver-Kingsway
  Michael Lee Liberal Vancouver-Langara
  Melanie Mark NDP Vancouver-Mount Pleasant
  David Eby NDP Vancouver-Point Grey
  Andrew Wilkinson Liberal Vancouver-Quilchena
  Spencer Chandra Herbert NDP Vancouver-West End
  Eric Foster Liberal Vernon-Monashee
  Carole James NDP Victoria-Beacon Hill
  Rob Fleming NDP Victoria-Swan Lake
  Ralph Sultan Liberal West Vancouver-Capilano
  Jordan Sturdy Liberal West Vancouver-Sea to Sky

Seating plan to the 41st Parliament during Liberal Party government

Chouhan Kahlon Begg Brar D'Eith
Rice Eby Mungall Chen Bains Elmore Kang Popham Trevena Donaldson Krog Heyman Routley Simons Beare Sims Dean Routledge Singh Glumac
Darcy Simpson Robinson Farnworth HORGAN James Ralston Dix Mark Fleming Conroy Herbert Chow Ma Leonard Fraser WEAVER Furstenau Olsen
Cadieux Stone Polak De Jong CLARK Coleman Wilkinson Reid Bond Bernier Sullivan Lee Tegart Yap Redies Sultan Thornthwaite Martin
Stilwell Oakes Letnick Wat Johal Sturdy Rustad Ross Morris Barnett Clovechok Isaacs Hunt Gibson Ashton Davies Paton Throness Shypitka Plecas
Kyllo Milobar Larson Foster

Seating plan to the 41st Parliament during New Democratic Party government

Reid Wat Larson Foster
Polak Morris Stilwell Ashton Oakes Thomson Sturdy Ross Isaacs Milobar Thornthwaite Clovechok Yap Redies Paton Gibson Sultan Shypitka
Cadieux Rustad Bond De Jong WILKINSON Coleman Kyllo Stone Bernier Letnick Johal Lee Hunt Barnett Tegart Martin Throness Davies Sullivan Stewart
Darcy Simpson Robinson Farnworth HORGAN James Eby Dix Ralston Mark Fleming Conroy Fraser Herbert Rice Malcomson Furstenau OLSEN Glumac Weaver
Heyman Donaldson Mungall Bains Beare Chen Popham Trevena Sims Chow Kang Simons D'Eith Routley Elmore Ma Dean Routledge Singh
Chouhan Kahlon Begg Brar Leonard

Standings changes

Standings changes in the 41st Parliament of British Columbia
Number of members per party by date 2017 2018 2019 2020
May 9 July 18 August 4 September 9 February 14 November 30 January 30 August 1 October 1 January 20 August 31
Liberal 43 42 41 42 41 42 41
New Democratic 41 40 41
Green 3 2
Independent 0 1 2 1 2
  Total members 87 86 87 86 87 86
Vacant 0 1 0 1 0 1
Government majority
–1 –3 –2 –3 –4 –3 –2 –3 –2 –3
Government with confidence-and-supply partners majority
–1 1 2 1 0 1
Membership changes in the 41st Parliament of British Columbia
Date District Name Party before Party after Reason
August 4, 2017 Kelowna West Christy Clark Liberal Vacant Resigned her seat and as Liberal Party leader, following the defeat of her government and the swearing in of the NDP government.
September 9, 2017 Abbotsford South Darryl Plecas Liberal Independent Expelled from the Liberal caucus the day after being elected Speaker. He and the rest of the caucus had previously agreed not to serve as Speaker for a New Democratic Party government.
February 14, 2018 Kelowna West Ben Stewart Vacant Liberal Elected in by-election; Liberal hold.
November 30, 2018 Nanaimo Leonard Krog NDP Vacant Resigned seat after being elected mayor of Nanaimo.
January 30, 2019 Nanaimo Sheila Malcolmson Vacant NDP Elected in by-election; New Democratic Party hold.
August 1, 2019 Kelowna West Ben Stewart Liberal Independent Left caucus after Elections BC opened an investigation into whether he exceeded limits on donations in 2019.
October 1, 2019 Kelowna West Ben Stewart Independent Liberal Rejoined caucus after being cleared by Elections BC over donation limits.
January 20, 2020 Oak Bay-Gordon Head Andrew Weaver Green Independent Left caucus to attend to family health problems.
August 31, 2020 Surrey-White Rock Tracy Redies Liberal Vacant Resigned to become the next CEO of Science World.



Other chair occupants


House leaders

See also

External links


  1. ^ "Former AG's appointment caps day of confusion at B.C. Legislature". November 22, 2018. Retrieved November 22, 2018.
  2. ^ "Order of Her Majesty in Council admitting British Columbia into the Union, dated the 16th day of May 1871",, The National Archives, SI 1871/
  3. ^

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