Hiro Kanagawa’s Indian Arm is a play that contributes in a very meaningful way to a dialogue about our shared history. Its success is an affirmation of the importance of the themes it tackles, in particular the relationship between First …
MLA Bowinn Ma from North Vancouver-Lonsdale, joins me for this update. This week we’re keeping our promise to freeze hydro rates, and both Bowinn and I have been appointed to the committee responsible for oversight and accountability of government.
I’m joined by Janet Routledge, the MLA for Burnaby North and Deputy Whip. This week we introduced a municipal election finance reform bill and an advisory panel to establish a much needed poverty reduction strategy for our province.
A snapshot of what life will be like in B.C. in 2050. All of us — in every part of the world, in every level of government, in every business from small to large — need to take action. We …
Following through on our commitments to people: The first 100 days of John Horgan’s B.C. New Democrat government
VICTORIA – Premier John Horgan and the New Democrat government have been working hard for people. After 16 years of a B.C. Liberal government that only cared about their wealthy friends and supporters, it’s going to take time to fix …
With MLA Leonard Krog, the MLA for Nanaimo, discussing the week’s work – including a bill on Proportional Representation.
We’re back in the Legislature after a week at home meeting with constituents. My update on this week with Ronna-Rae Leonard, MLA for Courtenay-Comox.
Back at the Legislature after a week away at the Union of BC Municipalities meeting. With Bob D’Eith, MLA for Maple Ridge-Mission, talking about campaign finance reform, and proportional representation.
Twyla Roscovich touched many lives and she left an impression on me. She was generous with her time and fearless in standing up for the environment. We need more people like Twyla.
Find out why I’m excited about our budget update.