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MLA Olsen responds to the arrest of Indigenous Youth

VICTORIA, B.C. - In response to the arrest of several Indigenous Youth yesterday, the B.C. Green Caucus released the following statement:

“Yesterday afternoon I was invited by Minister Fraser to bear witness to his conversation with the Indigenous youth,” said B.C. Green Party interim leader Adam Olsen, MLA for Saanich-North and the Islands and a member of Tsartlip First Nation. 

ICBC reforms prioritize access to care, remove barriers to a speedy recovery

VICTORIA, B.C. – Today the B.C. Green Caucus welcomed new legislation that will reform ICBC and adopt a public care-based model that puts people before profits.

BC Green Caucus celebrates paid leave legislation

VICTORIA, B.C. - Today the B.C. Green Caucus welcomed new legislation that will provide up to five days of paid leave for survivors of domestic or sexualized violence. The policy will ensure survivors are able to seek medical care, make any necessary housing arrangements, meet with law enforcement, or tend to other urgent matters. 

B.C. Green Caucus supports the provincial budget, continues commitment to issues

VICTORIA, B.C. – Today the B.C. Green Caucus voted in favour of this year’s provincial budget, to continue to build on the change that has begun under this minority government. 

BC Greens long advocated for Ministry to have increased powers under Environmental Management Act

VICTORIA, B.C. – Sonia Furstenau, MLA for the Cowichan Valley and Deputy Leader of the B.C. Green Party responded to the introduction of Bill 3, the Environmental Management Amendment Act, 2020.

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