Libby Davies

Libby served five terms as a Vancouver City Councillor before being elected as Member of Parliament for Vancouver East in 1997. Re-elected for her fourth term in 2008, Libby is the Deputy Leader of the NDP, and has served as NDP House Leader since 2003. She is the federal NDP Spokesperson for Drug Policy Reform and Solicitation Laws.

With over 30 years of community activism, Libby has received awards from organizations such as the Capital Xtra's Community Achievement Award for Political Activist of the Year, the YMCA Peace Medal Award, the Vancouver and District Labour Council's Syd Thompson Award, and most recently, the Justice Gerald LeDain Award for Achievement in the Field of Law, for her work on drug policy.

Born in 1953 in England, Libby came to Canada in 1968. She moved to Vancouver in 1969 and has one son, Lief Eriksen. She lives with her partner, Kimberly Elliott.

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Nov 2, 2017
Roger Waters. Photo: Erik F. Brandsborg, Aktiv I Oslo.no/Flickr

Roger Waters lifts the curtain

Libby Davies
Pink Floyd front man talked about his commitment to the Boycott, Divestment, Sanctions movement in solidarity with Palestinians
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Aug 21, 2015
Photo: flickr/Matt Jiggins

Remember Jack Layton and build a better Canada

Libby Davies
Saturday August 22 marks the fourth anniversary of Jack Layton's death. On this day we remember Jack and his life, what will you think about? What will you resolve to do?

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