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Donovan Cavers nominated as B.C. Greens candidate in Kamloops-South Thompson

KAMLOOPS B.C. – The B.C. Green Party is pleased to announce the nomination of its candidate for Kamloops-South Thompson, Donovan Cavers. Cavers is currently serving his second term as a City of Kamloops councillor.

Kamloops candidate Dan Hines named B.C. Green forestry critic

VICTORIA B.C. – B.C. Green Party leader Andrew Weaver has named Dan Hines as the party’s forestry critic. Hines is the B.C. Green Party candidate in Kamloops-North Thompson. As forestry critic, he will be responsible for critical perspectives on the B.C. Liberal government’s management of the forestry sector within the Ministry of Forests, Lands and Natural Resources. Hines will also facilitate public engagement on forestry for the party’s 2017 election platform.

Jonina Campbell nominated as B.C. Greens candidate for New Westminster

NEW WESTMINSTER B.C. – The B.C. Green Party is pleased to announce the nomination of its candidate for New Westminster, Jonina Campbell. Campbell, who is a trustee on the New Westminster School Board, will step down from her role as chairperson at a board meeting this evening.

Bella Bella Spill a Wake up Call on Failed “World Class” Containment

Victoria, B.C. - “The provincial and federal government’s ability to respond to spills is nowhere near ‘world class’ — it is not even passingly adequate,” says Andrew Weaver, MLA for Oak Bay - Gordon Head and leader of the B.C. Green Party.

Weaver Comments on MiningWatch Canada Mount Polley Lawsuit

Victoria B.C. - "The Mount Polley tailings pond breach shattered public confidence in government and industry's ability to adequately protect the natural environment during mining operations, and for a good reason," said Andrew Weaver, Leader of the B.C. Green Party and MLA for Oak Bay Gordon Head, regarding the private prosecution filed by MiningWatch Canada against the B.C. government and the Mount Polley Mining Corporation for violations of the federal Fisheries Act in connection with the 2014 tailings pond breach.

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