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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Filed Content:

Treat them like tenants, not squatters

News Article

For more than two years, Port Metro Vancouver has been engaged in a nasty fight with businesses along the Fraser River over water-lot lease rate hikes that range from two to five times what they have been paying.

Look north for health services

News Article

Those arbitrarily drawn lines sometimes require revision.

Guaranteed minimum income is deserving of a closer look

News Article

A couple of weeks ago, our MLA Vicki Huntington wrote in the Optimist regarding a couple of constituents who had fallen onto hard times. The details were hard to follow but in essence, the issue seems to be persons with disabilities who were trying to survive on monthly Canada Pension Plan disability pensions.

Guaranteed minimum income: A solution to the social and economic price of poverty?

Blog Post

In my MLA report last week, I briefly discussed a couple sad stories from the constituency office: Two kind individuals in our community who have no option but to rely on the B.C.'s Persons With Disabilities benefits for survival.