Gord Johns, Member of Parliament (Courtenay-Alberni) has invited local residents to join him and NDP Pensions Critic, MP Scott Duvall, for a public conversation about pension theft at Parksville’s Community and Conference Center, 132 E. Jensen Ave, on Wednesday, February 21s at 2:00 pm. And again later that day in Courtenay at the Florence Filberg Centre from 7-9pm.
When a political party sets rules for a leadership race and tries to be all things to all members, the result can end up looking more like the proverbial camel designed by a committee than a true and fair method for members to choose a new leader.
As they did in 2011, the B.C. Liberal party opted to continue with its practice of favouring ridings over members.
NTC disappointed in the Independent Investigation Office’s decision in the cause of death of Jocelyn George
The Nuu-chah-nulth Tribal Council (NTC) has been made aware of the recent Independent Investigation Office (IIO) Report’s decision in the matter of the death of Jocelyn George on June 24, 2016 and are deeply disappointed in the outcome.
The details outlined in this report underscore an urgent need for the RCMP to re-evaluate their internal policies regarding the monitoring of persons in custody who are deemed intoxicated. Despite the IIO concluding that there was no criminal wrongdoing, stricter protocols need to be implemented for the prevention of incidents such as this in the future.
MLA, Ronna-Rae Leonard, is hosting a participatory community conversation about “How We Vote” and your Courtenay-Comox BC NDP Constituency Association would love to see you there!
The BC government has initiated a referendum on electoral reform to take place this November to determine if voters want to modernize our provincial voting system to a proportional one in which most voters are heard and most votes count.
The Nuu-chah-nulth Tribal Council (NTC) is pleased to announce that its President, Dr. Judith Sayers has been appointed as an officer to the Order of Canada.
Judith is a member of the Hupacasath First Nation and mother of two. She was elected as the new president of the Nuu-chah-nulth Tribal Council in September 2017. Judith has worked as a Strategic Adviser to First Nations and corporations and is an adjunct professor at the Peter Gustavson School of Business and Environmental Studies at the University of Victoria. She was the elected Chief of the Hupacasath First Nation for 14 years and the Chief Negotiator for 15 years. Judith’s educational background includes a business and law degree and an honourary Doctor of Laws from Queen’s University. She has an extensive background of practicing law for 18 years in both Alberta and British Columbia, working in international forums, lobbying governments and other agencies for the promotion and protection of First Nations rights and title.
Featuring the live music of FLYING DEBRIS Come out to dance, eat and mingle at our no host bar with neighbours and friends! Join us on Wednesday, Dec. 20th. Tickets are $10, plus a $30 donation to the riding (tax refundable!). Meet your MP Rachel Blaney, who will...