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Following Through on Our Commitments
At the end of October we celebrated the first 100 days of a New Democrat Government in British Columbia and we have have already delivered on many key campaign commitments. We’ve been making life more affordable through actions such as Limiting ICBC rate increases for drivers. We’ve been focusing on good jobs across the province by increasing access to trades training. We’ve been Investing in key services such as our health care system and we are reversing the B.C. Liberals tax giveaway to the wealthy. We are building a Better BC! For the full list click here.

Creston Juice Press
On my way home from this year’s Columbia Basin Trust Symposium in Kimberly, I stopped in Creston to see their mobile juice press in action. As we reboot our provincial Buy BC program, initiatives like the juice press provide opportunity for even more BC products to be recognized and purchased. Thank you to Faramon Farms, Mobile Press Operations Manager Lisa Weiss, and Fields Forward’s Economic Action Partnership Manager, Heidi Germann for the opportunity. Read more.

Mobile Office Tour
My staff hit the road in October for some additional Mobile MLA Office dates to some of the more remote regions of the constituency. Over three days we hosted offices in Yahk, Ymir, Argenta, Meadow Creek, Crawford Bay and Harrop. A wide range of topics were discussed and it was a great opportunity for both my staff and the people in our communities to connect. Visit my website for dates and locations for upcoming Mobile Office dates:

On the Road as a new Minister
During breaks from the Legislature in October, in my role as Minister for Energy Mines & Petroleum Resources, I toured some of our province’s resource operations. I visited Teck’s Line Creek operations in the Elk Valley where I met a lot of great people mining the metallurgical coal that builds our buildings, makes wind turbines and forms our kitchen appliances. I also toured AltaGas’ Ridley Island Propane Export Terminal with Premier Horgan. We agree; it’s the perfect model for our government’s vision of expanding sustainable resource production, creating long-term jobs and fueling local economic development.

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The next Mobile Office is Friday December 8th
11am to 3pm

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