Vancouver Sun. As quoted in the article, Sept 6, 2018. Douglas Todd: The housing crisis is the top issue for British Columbians, but incomplete information and exaggerated rhetoric sour its discussion.
This is not to say there is nothing to debate in the B.C. NDP’s 30-point plan to ease the devastation of unaffordability, which it inherited from the laissez-faire Liberals’ 16 years in power. But it takes time to put together a complete picture.
Even as a journalist who for five years has covered the way extreme prices are crushing the hopes of hundreds of thousands of British Columbians, I learned new things from a recent Vancouver Sun and Province editorial board meeting with Attorney General David Eby.
The Point Grey MLA, whose riding is ground zero for the stratospheric prices that result in large part from the globalization of wealth, rang some of the earliest warning bells about the lack of affordability. And he’s been teaming up with Finance Minister Carole James to respond.
June 27, 2018: “The era of inaction and denial is over. We are moving immediately to get dirty money out of B.C. casinos.”
The report by Dr. Peter German on money laundering in BC casinos was released to the public this morning. The German report was first received by government on March 31, 2018. It was reviewed for privacy concerns and accordingly, German …
David Eby appears before House of Commons Standing Committee on Finance, regarding Proceeds of Crime and Terrorist Financing Act.
Testimony, House of Commons Standing Committee on Finance regarding Proceeds of Crime and Terrorist Financing Act
Our new budget is out! Strong measures on housing, childcare, and healthcare–making BC more affordable for those that live and work here.
VICTORIA February 20, 2018 — Budget 2018 carves a new path to shared prosperity for everyone in our province with a made-in-BC child care plan, a comprehensive housing plan and record levels of capital investment in every corner of our province, …
VICE Canada | May 31, 2016 Quoted from video: “It’s just one thing after another in this market, because it’s an out of control market and government is refusing to intervene in a meaningful way.” – David Eby Link to …
Spring 2016 Constituency Report on Shaw TV from David Eby featuring discussion on housing and local happenings in Vancouver-Point Grey.
17 March 2016 – Happy St. Patrick’s day! My questions, with my Grade Eight green tie on, to the notional Mayor of the University Endowment Lands about community issues there. Water, infrastructure, governance, all canvassed in some detail.
If you couldn’t make David’s Emergency Housing Town Hall meeting last night, not to worry. We have a recording available in full here below. With approximately 650 attendees at the Hellenic Hall, we heard from many passionate speakers from across the …