BC Vaccine Card

The  BC Vaccine Card is up and running. For those that have not applied for one yet, it can be applied for online here. You need to provide your personal health number (found on the back of your driver’s licence, …

BC Vaccine card-September 8th, 2021, newsletter

Dear Neighbour, The BC Vaccine Card website is now up and running and can be accessed here. The waiting time to access the website has ranged. Yesterday when one of the office staff accessed it, the wait time was about 40 minutes. …

Have your say about paid sick leave!

I encourage everyone to have their say about the future of paid sick leave. This pandemic has shown us how important paid sick leave is for workers around the province. Many of our lower paid workers are also our most …

July 30, 2021, newsletter

Dear Neighbour, It is now the end of July and heading into the August long weekend. How the time has flown by. BC Day is this Monday. For over a year now, the frontline workers, the nurses, teachers, first responders and …

BC brings in rodenticide ban

The Province has brought in a temporary ban on the widespread use of rodenticide in BC. Rodenticide, commonly referred to as rat poison, unfortunately kills more than just its intended victims but also can result in the deaths of other …

Another step closer to Universal Child Care!

Since we formed government, we’ve created thousands of child care spaces across BC, and made them more affordable. Families are already feeling the benefits, with many parents saving up to $1,600 a month per child. More still needs to be …

Talking Trash with Susie Chant

Saturday, July 10th, at 10:00 AM  Talking Trash with Susie Chant Come pick up trash and chat policy and priorities with MLA Susie Chant! We will provide some grabbers and hi-vis vests, but feel free to bring your own. We …