The John Horgan government is taking swift action to reduce poverty in British Columbia by lifting income assistance and disability assistance by $100 a month. The Liberal government left B.C. with the highest poverty rate in the country. Reversing that …
Welcome to Vancouver-Mount Pleasant!
I am honoured to be re-elected the MLA for Vancouver-Mount Pleasant, and serve as BC’s newly named Minister of Advanced Education, Skills and Training.
Strong communities are built on collaboration, and I look forward to hearing your ideas, concerns, and visions for our neighbourhoods, which are some of the most diverse and vibrant communities in the city of Vancouver.
Are you able to support the people displaced by the BC wildfires?
Please consider making a donation to the Canadian Red Cross, which is supporting the provincial government’s efforts to assist those affected. Make a donation online or text ‘FIRES’ to 45678 and a $10.00 donation will appear on your next phone bill.
The banner mural was created by Jerry Whitehead and Richard Tetrault alongside artists and volunteers: Hana Kaay-Gordon, Alina Blank, Beckie Che, Jessie Sun, Rosa Newman, Georges Maltais, Brendan Rausenberg, Jade Schmedding-Mah, and Vera Schmedding.Learn More
Lindsay Kines July 24, 2017 Reforming campaign finance laws, freezing B.C. Hydro rates and developing 114,000 units of affordable housing are among the priorities Premier John Horgan has told his cabinet members to pursue. Horgan’s mandate letters to his ministers were …
Joel Connelly July 18, 2017 British Columbia had its first progressive premier in 16 years sworn in Tuesday, with a gender-balanced provincial cabinet and pivotal support and policy cooperation from the Green Party in the B.C. Legislature. The ceremony in …