July 24, 2014, VANCOUVER COURIER by Mike Howell A summary of written correspondence between MLA David Eby and CP Rail’s director of government affairs Mike LoVecchio, as reported by the Vancouver Courier: http://www.vancourier.com/opinion/blogs/12th-and-cambie-1.391144/letter-from-cp-train-company-calls-arbutus-corridor-gardeners-trespassers-1.1259708
At a town hall at St. Helen’s Angliscan Church David presented on the history of Jericho lands and his attempts to get details about development plans. Watch it here
June 30, 2014 reported by CKNW MLA for Vancouver Point-Grey David Eby called for an Emergency meeting on the public education dispute for parents, kids and public education supporters. “It was standing room only as a large group of parents, …
28 May 2014 – George Heyman and I table over 1,300 signatures in support of the Pine Free Clinic and a dedicated youth clinic in Vancouver. The government plans to close the clinic October 31, 2014.
28 May 2014 – In this segment from the 2014 Health budget estimates debate, the Minister sort of tries to explain why Vancouver Coastal Health and his Ministry didn’t show up to speak to patients from Pine and Pacific Spirit. …
28 May 2014 – Congratulations to Bayview Community School on their centennial. This primary school at 6th and Collingwood has seen a lot throughout the years. Click here for the 2 minute statement about Bayview that David presented in Victoria:
27 May 2014 – Two of my constituents are advocating for the creation of a pregnancy and infant loss awareness day for BC in October. This is my request to the Health Minister, and his positive response, to the proposal.
6 May 2014 – An update from the Minister on the Jericho lands negotiations between the Federal government and First Nations: The province doesn’t know anything, and they’re not going to ask if they can sit in on negotiations.
30 April 2014 – Statement in the legislature urging all members to help save the Pine Free Clinic in Kitsilano, and recognizing the work of staff members there to provide compassionate, confidential care for young people across the region.
10 April 2014 – A two minute statement on Jackie Hooper, who came back twice, first from childhood poverty and then from serious mental health challenges, to become a founder of supportive mental health housing in British Columbia.