Jan 2018 The SLC online voting closed on November 23, 2017. Over 2000 senior Registered Liberals participated. As a result, the following six policy resolutions were identified as priority resolutions and submitted to the LPC National Policy Chair on November 27. Please click on the title of the resolution to access it. Priority Policy Resolutions (in ranked order) Environmental Sustainability Reclaiming and Sustaining Canada’s Healthcare (after blending) Need for Stable Quality Jobs Financial Security for Low Income Seniors Reduce Wait Times Seniors Health Care Other 2017 SLC Policy Resolutions A Canadian Economy to Meet the Challenges of the 21st Century Affordable Housing Pan-Canadian National Seniors Strategy Seniors’ Housing – the Need for a More Integrated System Assistance to Low Income Seniors Seniors Housing Suitable for a Lifetime Quality Care across the Aging Continuum Rural/Remote Health Care – Generalism and Equity Live in Cargiver – A Housing Continuum Option April 2018 The top three priority resolutions were considered within the LPC national policy process for online line debate and prioritization (March 4, 2018 to March 18, 2018) in the lead up to the LPC National Convention in Halifax. Our top three priority resolutions were selected for debate and consideration in Halifax. Environmental Sustainability Reclaiming and Sustaining Canada’s Healthcare (after blending) Need for Stable Quality Jobs In addition, all six priority resolutions were forwarded to the National Platform Committee, for possible inclusion in the 2019 Election Platform. 2018 Policy Resolutions of the Liberal Party of Canada Here are the Liberal Party of Canada’s 2018 Policy Resolutions.