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[MEDIA STATEMENT] Andrew Weaver Opposes Trans Pacific Partnership

Victoria B.C. -  “The TPP, especially the investor-state dispute settlement clauses, poses a serious threat to the sovereignty of our province. It places the interests of multinational corporations above the interests of British Columbians,” says Andrew Weaver, Leader of the B.C. Green Party and MLA for Oak Bay-Gordon Head.

[MEDIA ADVISORY] Government failing to uphold Constitutional Rights of Francophone Students

Victoria B.C. - For the past 15 years, the BC government has been unable to provide Francophone children in Vancouver with the quality of education they are constitutionally entitled to. Today Andrew Weaver, Leader of the B.C. Green Party and MLA for Oak Bay-Gordon Head, questioned the Minister of Education about why that is and when he will relocate the children to a facility that meets their Section 23 rights.

[MEDIA ADVISORY] Weaver to question government about overcrowded, underfunded Francophone Schools

Victoria B.C. - On Thursday April 7th, during morning Question Period, Andrew Weaver, Leader of the B.C. Green Party and MLA for Oak Bay-Gordon Head, will question the Minister of Education about the inability of French students in Vancouver to access equivalent educational services as their English counterparts, as they are constitutionally entitled to.

[STATEMENT] Weaver responds to failed motion to refer Campaign Finance Reform Act to Finance Committee

VICTORIA, B.C. –  Andrew Weaver, Leader of the B.C. Green Party and MLA for Oak Bay-Gordon Head, has issued the following statement in response to a failed motion made by the Leader of the Official Opposition to refer Bill M213 — Campaign Finance Reform Act to the Select Standing Committee of Finance and Government Services for immediate review:

[MEDIA RELEASE] Municipalities in B.C. should not be created without people

Victoria B.C. - Andrew Weaver, Leader of the B.C. Green Party and MLA for Oak Bay-Gordon Head, today introduced a Bill that would ensure municipalities could not be created unless there were people actually living in the area first.

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