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Andrew Weaver responds to Ombudsperson’s report on the 2012 Ministry of Health Firings

VICTORIA B.C. – The Ombudsperson’s report, Misfire, is explicitly clear: B.C. government was wrong to fire the 8 public health researchers in 2012.

“As this report details, there were serious internal problems in government’s handling of this situation. Among many inexcusable outcomes, it lead to a tragic outcome for Roderick MacIsaac and his family,” says Andrew Weaver, Leader of the B.C. Green Party.

Andrew Weaver releases B.C. Green Party Strategy for Lifelong Learning

VANCOUVER B.C. - Andrew Weaver, leader of the B.C. Green Party, released the party’s Strategy for Lifelong learning today in Vancouver. The strategy includes early childhood education, child care, public education, postsecondary education and adult learning.

Connie Sahlmark nominated as B.C. Greens candidate in Penticton

PENTICTON B.C. – The B.C. Green Party is pleased to announce the nomination of its candidate for Penticton, Connie Sahlmark. Sahlmark has been a full-time student for the past three years at Okanagan College taking the Sustainable Construction Management Technologies program, which focuses on green building, renewable energy and resource conservation. She has sat on the Okanagan College Education Council for three consecutive years.

Bill Masse nominated as B.C. Greens candidate in Langley East

LANGLEY B.C. – The B.C. Green Party is pleased to announce the nomination of its candidate for Langley East, Bill Masse. Masse worked for 30 years at the federal Department of Fisheries and Oceans. He was the Chief Fisheries Negotiator when he retired in 2004.

Nan Kendy nominated as B.C. Greens candidate in Prince George-Valemount

PRINCE GEORGE B.C. – The B.C. Green Party is pleased to announce the nomination of its candidate for Prince George-Valemount, Nan Kendy. Kendy worked as a Sessional Instructor in the School of Education at the University of Northern B.C. before retiring in 2012.

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