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Michele Ney statement on Nanaimo by-election

NANAIMO, B.C. – B.C. Green Party candidate Michele Ney released the following statement ahead of the January 30 provincial by-election in Nanaimo: 

Weaver statement on electoral reform referendum results

VICTORIA, B.C. – Andrew Weaver, leader of the B.C. Green Party, released the following statement regarding the results of B.C.’s referendum on electoral reform. Elections B.C. announced today that British Columbians voted to retain the current First Past the Post system.

B.C. Green Caucus statement on education funding review report

VICTORIA, B.C. – Sonia Furstenau, B.C. Greens spokesperson for education, issued the following statement in response to the release of the education funding review report. The review of the K-12 education funding model was a policy commitment included in the Confidence and Supply Agreement and carried out by an independent expert panel with extensive stakeholder engagement.

Michele Ney wins B.C. Green nomination for upcoming Nanaimo by-election

NANAIMO B.C. – B.C. Green Party members in Nanaimo have chosen Michele Ney as their candidate for the upcoming by-election to replace outgoing MLA Leonard Krog. Voting took place online for 24 hours and in-person at Saturday’s nomination meeting.

MLA Olsen: Broughton fish farms announcement good news, however province-wide approach to protecting wild salmon still needed

VICTORIA, B.C. – Adam Olsen, B.C. Green Party spokesperson for agriculture, says that the government’s willingness to engage in new ways with First Nations and other stakeholders is a welcome change. However, Olsen raised concerns that B.C. still lacks a provincial strategy to protect wild salmon.

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