Vicki at Ladner May Days 2016 Vicki at the Reach Child and Youth Development Society gala with Global News anchor Steve Darling and MLA Scott Hamilton Vicki and Hon. Carla Qualtrough, Minister of Sport and Persons with Disabilities, MP Delta Vicki and Tom Awrey, Executive Director of the Delta Chamber of Commerce Vicki meets with South Fraser Valley Regional BC Nurses (Cathy Robinson, Walter Lumumba, and Noel Atilano) Vicki celebrates Robbie Burns Day at the annual Sacred Hearth event hosted by the Delta Police Pipe Band Congratulations to our young athletes representing Delta at the B.C. Winter Games! January 29, 2016 Vicki having tea at the Artist's Guild with St. Augustine residents Vicki with Arthur Reber at victory party following the transmission towers decision in Pt. Roberts November 26, 2015 Vicki with Delta MP Carla Qualtrough and others at the Christmas Tree Festival

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Banning applause: One small step for democracy is a giant leap for MLAs

I approached the government and opposition in April with a motion to ban applause during Question Period. Quebec’s National Assembly banned applause last fall, and the change in tone before and after the applause ban is evident.

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Records show changes to ALC intended to decrease independence

Victoria, B.C. – Independent MLA Vicki Huntington has released freedom-of-information documents that show the provincial government’s controversial changes to the Agricultural Land Reserve (ALR) in 2014 were intended to decrease the independence of the Agricultural Land Commission (ALC), which the government believed was too focused on protecting farmland.

“The government has repeatedly stated that changes to the ALR would not affect the independence of the ALC. These documents show that behind closed doors, they were looking for ways to bring the ALC in line,” Huntington said.

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