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Anyone who has lived here will know just what makes it such a special place.
I contributed an old piece of electronic equipment to promote recycling.
Christmas is a time to enjoy the company of your loved ones. It’s also a time for good deeds and to help others however you can.
I couldn’t help but reflect on the advances we’ve made up to and including the Westside Regional Wastewater Treatment Plant.
Westside Road was never intended for the amount of traffic it now receives.
, I often meet with local stakeholders. Locals know better than anyone what’s happening and what matters to the local economy.
It’s simply not feasible for KGH to offer every conceivable surgical procedure—especially when it’s available 150 kilometres away.
Spring has come, bringing with it warmer temperatures—and, unfortunately, spring floods.
Whether to regulate their blood pressure, manage arthritis, or combat clinical depression, many British Columbians rely on prescriptions.
There’s an old saying among politicians that “there’s only one taxpayer.”
One of the most rewarding roles an MLA can play is helping get things done.
You may have noticed a recent news item regarding some $10,000 worth of copper power cable that was stolen from a Kelowna business.
For many people, the start of a new year is a time to reflect on what did and did not go well in the previous 12 months.
After three months of legislative session in Victoria, there’s no denying it’s good to be back home.
Sometimes, the most effective and beneficial changes governments can make are actually quite simple.
The B.C. Jobs Plan, announced in stages last week by Premier Christy Clark, is quite comprehensive.
Last weekend, I had the privilege of handing out awards at the Pushor-Mitchell Apple Triathlon.
One of the questions I’m often asked is: “What do politicians do in the summer?”
Hopefully by next week—pending a resolution of the Canada Post labour dispute—the majority of British Columbians will start to receive their HST referendum ballots.
By now, hopefully, you’ve received the HST Voters’ Guide in the mail.