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After extensive consultation with the public, stakeholders and First Nations, your government has introduced legislation to modernize the Environmental Assessment Act for major resource projects. The legislation advances reconciliation with First Nations, increases public engagement, transparency and will deliver stronger …

Tsunami Awareness Day

Today is World Tsunami Awareness Day. Earthquakes are often precursors to tsunamis, so if you’re on or near BC’s coast & feel strong shaking, immediately drop, cover & hold on. When the shaking stops, move inland, to higher ground or …

Kate Toye is a Community Champion

Kate Toye has been a champion of early childhood education in Prince Rupert. She’s a mother of 3 who cares about the education of our children of Prince Rupert and the surrounding area. By working in Early Childhood Development for …

#TBT Where’s the Bus?!

#TBT May 2014. “Where’s the bus?” Despite former Attorney General Wally Oppal QC, stating the need for a bus along the Highway of Tears was clear and the support for these services was “so broad and undisputed that no debate …

45th Annual Filipino Night in Prince Rupert

  In 1973, a handful of new and thoughtful Filipino Immigrants formed the Filipino Canadian Association of Prince Rupert. I rose in the Legislature to celebrate 45 years of friendship, fundraising and family. I look forward to attending the 45th …

Great BC Shakeout in the Legislature

Members of the Legislative Assembly participated in this year’s Great BC Shakeout. At 10:18am we dropped, covered and held on and then evacuated the Legislature. Fun Fact: The ceremonial mace is also evacuated in the event of an emergency. Thank …

Proportional Represenation in BC

Proportional Repepresentation puts power in the hands of regular people, not just the wealthy and the well connected, and not just temporarily, but for good. I’ll be voting in favour of #PR4BC this month and I hope you will too …