Standing Up for North Island

Campbell River Storm and the Keystone Cup

The Campbell River Storm reached the Keystone Cup and Claire urged hockey fans from both sides of the House to root for them.
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MLA Report 27th March, 2015

Hubris is perhaps the word of the week at the BC legislature as the government refuses to accept responsibility for major mistakes committed under its watch – the failure of the Auditor General for Local Government and the collapse of the Treaty Commission stand out among others. Both
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State of The Child Report

Claire talked about the State of the Child Report prepared by Campbell River’s Success by Six.
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Ferry system should be part of provincial infrastructure

Claire tabled a motion about the ferry system:  ‘Be it resolved that this House agrees that B.C. needs a ferry system that is part of the provincial infrastructure, working for the benefit of B.C.’s economy and communities.’
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Liberal transportation plan is no plan at all

The B.C. Liberals’ so-called 10-year transportation plan is little more than a collection of nice pictures, vague comments and fact boxes, say the New Democrats. “Only a Christy Clark government would call this a plan,” said Claire Trevena, New Democrat spokesperson for transportation
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MLA Report 13th March 2015

MLA report For a government that boasts that it is economic and fiscally competent and efficient, this week has shown the chaos that really exists after 14 years of a BC Liberal government. Whether it is the disarray in the office of the Auditor General for Local Government or complet
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Free Dentistry Day in Campbell River Statement

Claire told the Legislature about the day of free dental care offered by Campbell River dentists as part of the Dentistry from the Heart Initiative.
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Questions on revenue projections‎ on Port Mann bridge

Claire asked about the continue failure of the government to meet revenue projections for the Port Mann bridge.
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MLA Report 5th March 2015

A government that has been in office for 14 years tends towards arrogance, perhaps none more so than the BC Liberals. Their attitude in the Legislature this week was one of contempt. As so often it happened during the Question Periods. In one instance we were asking about the contract
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