Budget 2021 is about helping people now and creating the conditions for a strong economic recovery. Together, we’ll make health care better; create new opportunities for people; help BC businesses hire and grow; and we’ll invest in infrastructure to create …
In the Legislature
Motion 1 – Earth Day and Climate Change
My response to Motion 1 Earth and Climate Action highlighting the dangers of the Transmountain pipeline (#TMX) expansion for Burnaby and for our planet.
Supporting British Columbians During the Pandemic + Building Back Better
Recognizing Innovative Enterprises Led by Women
Member Statement March 8, 2021
Burnaby Family Life is a spoke in the wheel of the Resilience B.C. Anti-Racism Network
Burnaby Family Life has been working to make Burnaby more inclusive, welcoming and safe since 1971. They have recently been selected as the Burnaby spoke in the wheel of the Resilience B.C. Anti-Racism Network.
We need to build an equitable economy for all — not just the wealthy few.
On August 10, 2020, I spoke to MLA Rachna Singh’s motion: [Be it resolved that this House agree that governments should work to build an equitable economy for all — not just the wealthy few.]. I believe that the operative …
Health and Economic Recovery
On July 20, 2020 I moved the following motion in the Legislature: Be it resolved that this House agree that the health of British Columbians is paramount during this pandemic and part of our economic recovery and resiliency.
BC Budget 2021 Consultation
The Select Standing Committee on Finance and Government Services will be holding its annual public consultation on the next provincial budget in June this year.
Groundswell Alternative Business School
Climate change. Artificial intelligence. Globalization. The gig economy. These are trends that are transforming work as we know it. More and more people are employed as temporary independent contractors without prospect of benefits, job security or pensions. What are we …
Community Social Services Awareness Month
March is Community Social Services Awareness Month. It’s an opportunity to acknowledge the important and tireless work of community social services workers throughout the province. It’s an opportunity to build greater recognition and understanding of the critical roles these services …