Your MLA for Richmond East

Welcome to Richmond East.

I feel privileged to represent such a wonderful riding, chock full of people who love the land and produce some of the finest crops grown anywhere. The people of Richmond East possess enormous pioneering spirit and will continue to build welcoming neighbourhoods where everyone can experience a sense of belonging. It is about who comes after us and for me it is about the babies. Let’s take care of each other in this Lunar New Year of the Sheep.

Latest MLA News

  • “Choice School for the Gifted” Open House

    RICHMOND – Choice School for the Gifted in Richmond will be hosting an Open House on February 27 (Friday) from 9:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m….

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  • Richmond Organizations Benefit from Gaming Grants

    RICHMOND – Three local organizations in Richmond have received more than $290,000 in funding from the provincial government through the Community Gaming Grant program. Organizations…

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  • Grants Boost Public Safety in Richmond

    RICHMOND – Three local organizations have received $280,000 in community gaming grants from the provincial government, supporting programs which focus on local public safety. Organizations…

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  • Mental health project receives $200,000

    RICHMOND – Richmond residents with mental health and substance use issues will receive increased support, thanks to $200,000 in Community Action Initiative grants from the…

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Government News Releases

  • More funding for classrooms and teaching, not for administration and accounting

    British Columbia has one of the best education systems in the world – our students consistently rank near the top in international assessments.

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  • Regulation increases safety, accountability in B.C. limousine industry

    The Government of B.C. has amended the Passenger Transportation Regulation governing licensing for limousines. The change will increase safety by making operators – and each of their vehicles – more accountable, create a level playing field in the industry, and allow government to better enforce the industry.

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  • Finance statutes bill amends Financial Administration Act

    Proposed amendments in the Finance Statutes Amendment Act introduced today will help improve collection on defaulted debts owed to government, reduce collection costs and help ensure funds are available for government programs and services, Finance Minister Michael de Jong announced.

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  • Gypsy moth spray treatment planned for Surrey-Delta

    The Ministry of Forests, Lands and Natural Resource Operations has been issued a pesticide use permit to aerial-spray 4,576 hectares in Surrey and 204 hectares in Delta, with a spray approved for use on organic farms, to eradicate a growing population of gypsy moth and minimize the risk they pose to forests, farms, orchards and trees.

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