August email update

Dear Neighbour, People in BC care deeply about the environment, and here in North Vancouver, I’ve heard from countless people who want to ensure a cleaner, brighter future for their children and grandchildren. Our government understands how important this is and …

Funding available to help with ECE training

Our government has made a commitment to help make child care more affordable and more available to all British Columbians. With that additional access comes a need for more trained professionals. In the next 10 years, there will be more …

July newsletter

Dear Neighbour, Be prepared for high temperatures This week Environment and Climate Change Canada issued heat warnings for multiple areas in BC due to rising temperatures. We encourage everyone to plan and prepare for high temperatures. Here are some steps …

June’s newsletter

Dear Neighbour, The spring sitting of the legislature ended a few weeks ago, so I have been back home and able to go around and meet more of the community of North Vancouver-Seymour. I have been knocking on doors to find …

Reducing shame and fear associated with substance use

Last Fall, B.C. applied for an exemption from Health Canada to remove criminal penalties for people who possess small amounts of illicit drugs for personal use. Earlier this week, a 3-year exemption was granted and now adults who have 2.5 grams or less of …

362 on-campus housing spaces coming to CapU!

Construction is scheduled to start in 2023, with completion in 2024 for the first on-campus housing at Capilano University. 362 housing spaces are going to be built, along with a 250-seat dining hall, and will be located on the main …

Newsletter: March update

Dear Neighbour, It has been a very busy month, with lots of announcements made. Budgets can do that! I have started up the library visits again. I will be at the Parkgate Library next on Tuesday, April 19 at 10:00 …