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B.C. Green Caucus sworn in

VICTORIA B.C. – Andrew Weaver, Sonia Furstenau and Adam Olsen were sworn in as Members of the Legislative Assembly today in Victoria. Weaver, Furstenau and Olsen were elected as British Columbia’s first B.C. Green Caucus on May 9, 2017.

“I am delighted that Sonia and Adam have officially joined me in the Legislature,” Weaver said. “This marks a new era of B.C. politics. With the election of B.C.’s first Green Caucus and a minority government, we have a real opportunity to do politics differently. We look forward to getting to work for our constituents and the people of British Columbia.”

Weaver statement on recall of B.C. Legislature

VICTORIA B.C. – Andrew Weaver, leader of the B.C. Green Party, responded to the news that the Legislature will be recalled on June 22: 

“I’m glad that the Premier has finally decided to recall the legislature,” Weaver said. “In the weeks since the election, it has been encouraging to see all three parties agree that British Columbians want us to work together. The B.C. Green Caucus looks forward to meeting our colleagues from both other parties in the House so that we can get to work delivering good public policy that will make a difference in the lives of British Columbians.”

Weaver responds to North Central Local Government Association letter

VICTORIA B.C. – Andrew Weaver, leader of the B.C. Green Party, has responded to a letter sent by the North Central Local Government Association.

Weaver statement on education funding and hiring uncertainty

VICTORIA B.C. – Andrew Weaver, leader of the B.C. Green Party, issued the following statement in response to media reports of apparent uncertainty over the future of education funding. Yesterday, BCTF President Glen Hansman expressed concern that uncertainty over who will form the next government has left teachers and school trustees in limbo.

Advisory: Andrew Weaver responds to Premier Clark’s letter on Site C construction

VICTORIA B.C. – Andrew Weaver, leader of the B.C. Green Party, has responded to Premier Clark’s letter sent earlier today, which requests that he respond to questions regarding the construction of the Site C Dam.

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