Standing Up for North Island

Locked Out

Claire Trevena speaks out on the Liberarls’ decision to cancel the fall legislature session.
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MLA Report 7th October, 2013

It seems, sadly, to be my annual complaint: once again it is fall and once again the Legislature is not sitting. The BC Liberals have made a mockery of our parliamentary democracy, calling the Legislature into session at their whim. They have exploited people’s distrust of the politic
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North Island MLA Suggests Alternatives for Extra Hospital Beds

North Island MLA, Claire Trevena, is continuing to push for extra beds for the new hospital in Campbell River. In a letter to the Minister of Health, Trevena has suggested using part of the current hospital to provide some extra space. “There is no question we need our new hospital, b
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MLA Report July 25th

We have come to the end of a rare summer session of the Legislature, made more remarkable by the fact that the Premier did not even once take her seat during the five weeks we were in session. She made a brief appearance in the audience – before her by-election victory – d
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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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