Community

Photo of Constituency OfficeThe integrity of our unique community character is something worth safeguarding.  Maybe you are a local employer needing assistance navigating through red tape, or a family in need of presenting a strong voice to government?  Through my constituency office in Ladner, I work to serve community members, and find ways to improve the dialogue between our community and government. I encourage the Province to step back and consider the needs of citizens, before launching ahead with projects and programs devised by consultants, bureaucrats and special interests. 

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Meaningful red tape reductions in B.C. require more than political posturing

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The provincial government has asked British Columbians for input on how to best reduce red tape in government. In response, I submitted the following letter to Minister of Small Business and Red Tape Reduction detailing real-world examples of red tape that people in Delta are confronted with when trying to access social services.

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No records found backing the B.C. government's Massey Tunnel decision

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Today in Question Period, I asked the government about a number of freedom of information (FOI) requests on the decision to replace the Massey Tunnel with a bridge: Each of the requests received a 'no records' reply.

The response from the Minister for Technology, Innovation and Citizens’ Services was less than inspiring.

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Delta South MLA questions government about no records for Massey Tunnel

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Victoria, B.C. – Delta South MLA Vicki Huntington questioned the government today about freedom of information (FOI) requests on the Massey Tunnel replacement that returned no records from either the Premier’s office or the Ministry of Transportation.

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Honouring of Delta's Volunteer Firefighters - Chiefs Gordon Huff and Ken Davie receive Long Service Awards

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Today, I rose in the House to speak about two individuals who have contributed greatly to Delta's firefighting services— volunteer Fire Chiefs Gordon Huff and Ken Davie. Both recently received Municipal Long Service Awards from the Canadian Volunteer Fire Services Association, the first British Columbians to be honoured with the award. 

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