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

  • Richmond Benefits from SCIF Grants

    RICHMOND – Richmond is receiving Strategic Community Investment Fund grants worth $787,036. Funding is coming from the Traffic Fine Revenue Sharing Program, and is part…

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  • The College of Applied Biology AGM and Conference 2015

    RICHMOND – The College of Applied Biology Annual General Meeting and Conference 2015 will be held at Radisson Hotel Vancouver Airport on March 13 (Friday)…

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  • Richmond School District Receives Funding to Reduce Carbon Footprint

    RICHMOND – The Richmond School District (SD 38) has received $66,595 from the provincial government’s Carbon Neutral Capital Program (CNCP) to help purchase three electric…

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  • RICHMOND – Aberdeen Centre will play host to the Skills Canada British Columbia (Skills BC) regional competition on Thursday, March 5. The competition, one of…

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Government News Releases

  • Wildlife habitat maintenance burns set for Peace Region

    The Ministry of Forests, Lands and Natural Resource Operations is planning to conduct over 30 prescribed burns at multiple locations in the Peace Region between April 20 and June 7, weather conditions permitting.

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  • DBRS confirms B.C.’s AA (high) rating

    Dominion Bond Rating Service (DBRS) has confirmed British Columbia’s AA (high) credit rating, praising the Province’s strong fiscal discipline and declining debt burden, Finance Minister Michael de Jong announced.

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  • Smoke from planned burn easing in East Kootenay Trench

    On Sunday, April 19, 2015, the Wildfire Management Branch conducted an ecosystem restoration burn near Cherry Creek in the East Kootenay. Wildfire Management Branch fire crews are monitoring the area again today and extinguishing any hot spots within the fire’s perimeter.

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  • Second Surrey-Delta aerial gypsy moth spray set to begin next week

    Surrey-Delta residents are reminded that the second aerial spray targeting gypsy moth is scheduled to begin Monday, April 27 and end Thursday, April 30 – between 5:20 a.m. and 7:30 a.m. – weather permitting.

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