Standing Up for North Island

MLA Report 08 Oct 2015

MLA Report   It has been a shameful week in the Legislature. Day after day, Christy Clark and her Minister for Children and Family Development refused to answer our questions about the tragic deaths of young people who had been in the care of the government. They obfuscated, they
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Claire questions Minister Stone on transit fares

Claire raised the prospect of increased fares for public transit . Victoria is looking at raising fares which would have a huge impact on seniors and students. But the government has frozen funding for BC Transit across the province.
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Port Hardy’s Bear Smart community program

Claire spoke in the Legislature about Port Hardy’s move to be a Bear Smart community. The issue came under the spotlight this summer when a problem bear was killed leaving two cubs the town is looking at ways to safeguard against any repetitions.
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MLA Report 02 October 2015

The Legislature is back in session for the fall, with two months of debate ahead of us. Sadly we have fallen quickly back into routine with us, the official Opposition, challenging the government while they play politics. We are faced with fundamentally serious issues in BC but we hav
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Trevena Adds Voice to Hospital Parking Concerns – media release

Claire Trevena, MLA (North Island) Media Release   For Immediate Release 01 October, 2015        Trevena Adds Voice to Hospital Parking Concerns   Campbell River – The North Island MLA has called for parking to remain free at the new Campbell River regional hospit
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MLA Report 24th July 2015

As most people reading this report will be aware, we were called back to the Legislature for a rare summer sitting. The purpose was for the government to expedite a bill on liquefied natural gas, which effectively sells out the province for the next quarter of a century. It is an abso
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End of Session MLA Report, 28th May 2015

This report marks the end of the spring session in the Legislature. The session left the perception it had been driven by a government bereft of ideas but desperate to stay in control. By contrast, the Official Opposition introduced a number of bills which would have strengthened our
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Aboriginal Education Enhancement Agreement

Claire recognized School District 84’s Aboriginal Education Enhancement Agreement  and spoke about how honoured she was to attend the event in Zeballos.
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MLA Report 14th May 2015

Tempers frayed more than usual at the Legislature this week. Once again it was because of a lack of answers from the government on a number of issues – from a massive overspend on an IT project for BC Hydro, to the failure of another expensive IT project in the Ministry of Health, to
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