Monday afternoon, New Democrat Education spokesperson Rob Fleming took part in an event receiving petitions from thousands of BC parents calling on the Liberal government to put real effort into getting BC’s kids back to school on schedule next Tuesday.
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
29 May 2014 – My last speech of the spring session in the legislature opposing Bill 24 and the Liberal’s planned changes to make it easier to take farmland in BC out of the reserve for development:
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.
27 May 2014 – Raising questions about the connections between the government’s blind spot about the conduct of the Eminata corporation and University Canada West, and the corporation’s connections to the BC Liberal party.
7 May 2014 – My speech to defend BC farmland and help keep land accessible and affordable for BC farmers, ensuring food security for generations to come. This speech was one of thirty-four delivered by BC NDP MLAs against Bill …
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.