The final week of April, (the first sessions after a two week easter break), found the North Coast MLA making two contributions to the work of the House or Committee rooms in Victoria.
Through the thirteen sessions of the Legislature in House or Committee work listed for the week of April 28-May1, MLA Rice appears in the index for the Legislature week session twice.
Her First appearance on the week was during the Tuesday morning Question Period, where she again raised issues related to the need for a shuttle bus between communities of Highway 16.
Ms. Rice also appeared at a Legislature Committee Session on Education, outlining the concerns of residents and School officials on Haida Gwaii.
As for committee work, MLA Rice is a member of the Standing Committee on Children and Youth, that Committee however did not meet during the past week.
Other issues of interest to the North Coast were reviewed in Victoria last week, with Robin Austin, the MLA for Skeena outlining concerns on LNG development and Aquaculture.
Some of our items of note from the week in Victoria can be found below:
MLA Rice highlights Ferry issues for Haida Gwaii in the Legislature
Skeena MLA raises concerns over LNG Development Planning
BC Liberal Government deflects NDP's Highway of Tears Transportation Issue
Skeena MLA Austin outlines Northwest Aquaculture concerns at Committee session
You can examine our reviews of past weeks of the Legislature session from our Legislature Sessions archive page.
We have more background on the North Coast MLA from our General Archive on Legislature issues as well.