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

  • 2017 Balanced Budget Delivers for Richmond

    [RICHMOND] British Columbia’s strong economy means more money back in the pockets of middle-class families in Richmond and investments in the programs and services people…

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  • B.C. invests $4.8 million for green schools

    RICHMOND – Conseil Scolaire Francophone will become more energy efficient this year thanks to $53,250 in funding from the provincial Carbon Neutral Capital Program (CNCP),…

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  • Hosting BC grants: Contributing to communities

    RICHMOND – The Hosting BC program, funded by the Province, has approved $15,000 in grants to support local sporting tournaments and championships. This grant money…

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  • Second Round of Funding for Refugee Response Teams

    RICHMOND– The Refugee Response Team operated by MOSAIC that is helping refugees settle in Metro Vancouver, including Richmond, will be receiving $95,162– its second allocation…

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Government News Releases

  • Statement by Premier Christy Clark

    Premier Christy Clark has issued the following statement:

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  • Celebrating Ramadan in B.C.

    Teresa Wat, Minister of International Trade and Minister Responsible for  Asia Pacific Strategy and Multiculturalism, issued this statement:

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  • Prescribed burn planned north of Babine Lake

    The BC Wildfire Service is planning a controlled burn near the base of Mount Horetsky, approximately 39 kilometres northwest of Fort Babine. The burn will only take place if weather conditions permit and may begin as early as May 28, 2017.

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  • Kamloops Fire Centre reminds the public of open burning prohibitions

    The Kamloops Fire Centre is reminding the public that a Category 2 and Category 3 open burning prohibition came into effect at noon on May 19.

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