Standing Up for North Island

Statement by Claire on the Miner’s Memorial Day

Ginger Goodwin Way & Workers’ Rights – Statement by Claire Trevena, MLA – June 27, 2013
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Business plan demanded for Campbell River Hospital

North Island MLA Claire Trevena has called on the government to release the business plan for the $600-million North Island Hospitals Project. “Some select people have been able to see the business plan on how $600 million is going to be spent, how decisions were made, how the constru
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Claire’s response to the Budget

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Legislature moves John Hart Dam Plans to next stage

Plans for the reconstruction of the John Hart generating station are one step closer to reality according to North Island MLA, Claire Trevena. The Legislature passed second reading of a bill which amends the boundaries of Elk Falls Provincial Park to allow for the construction work to
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MLA Report, 15th Febraury, 2013

The Legislature is back in session after nine months and if the government’s Throne Speech is anything to go by, it is clear why the BC Liberals did not want to reconvene. In the Legislature they can be held accountable for their actions. The Throne Speech traditionally sets out a gov
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Claire’s Response to the Throne Speech

You can watch Claire’s response to the throne speech by clicking here: Throne Speech Debate – February 13, 2013 – Claire Trevena, MLA
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First Call Child and Advocacy Coalition 20th Anniversary – Claire’s 2 minute statement

For 20 years BC has been lucky to have an immensely active advocacy co-alition. First Call – out fighting for BC’s children and youth. And the need has never been greater. It is First Call that every year publishes the child poverty report card – showing the dismal state o
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MLA Report 25th January, 2013

In a couple of weeks we finally return to the Legislature in Victoria. It is almost nine months after we last sat. We do not expect to be there for much more than one month this time. This is democracy, BC style under the BC Liberals; a government that will try to do anything to avoid
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New Democrats would end taxpayer-funded partisan ads, says Trevena

While the B.C. Liberals continue to waste $15 million of taxpayers’ money on partisan political advertisements, the New Democrats have committed to end the practice so that valuable tax dollars can go towards real public priorities in communities like Campbell River. New Democra
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