Independent Politics

Vicki at the micBy choosing not to join a political party, my route to provincial office was different than any other MLA in the past 60 years.  As an independent MLA, I have my own staff – two researchers and two constituency assistants – who each help me each day as I work to represent my constituents and tackle the many challenges and opportunities we face.  Plus, unlike other MLAs, I am not constrained by party rules and doctrine, and can speak out on behalf of my constituents – no matter the issue.

To illustrate my commitment to accountability I have an open-book policy for any Delta South resident wishing to view my expense reports.  Contact my constituency office to set up an appointment.



Filed Content:

Independent MLA calls on government to stop using public money for political ads

News Article

Victoria, B.C. – Independent MLA Vicki Huntington used Question Period to call on the provincial government to end the use of public money for ads that contain political party messaging.  

Independent MLA introduces bill to ban big money from B.C. politics

News Article

Victoria, B.C. – Independent MLA Vicki Huntington introduced a bill in the legislature today to ban corporate and union donations from provincial and municipal politics. The legislation would also limit campaign contributions to $1,500 a year, and prohibit donations from individuals living outside the province.

Water in B.C. legislature has lead levels five and a half times above safety limit

News Article

Victoria, B.C. – Delta South Independent MLA Vicki Huntington says drinking water in the B.C. legislature has been found with lead levels well above the safe drinking limit.

Lab tests ordered by Huntington’s office found lead levels five and a half times the maximum allowable concentrations permitted under provincial and federal regulations.

Response to the 2016 Throne Speech

Blog Post

Below you can find the video and transcript of my response to the government's Speech from the Throne. There are a number of worthwhile initiatives in the government's plan, but there are many issues that they fail to meaningfully address, ranging from emergency preparedness and climate change to assistance rates and democratic reform.