Tuesday, August 22, 2017
Jennifer Rice's Post election update highlights political work and new staff roll out
Now that she has a spot on the government side of the Legislature aisle, North Coast MLA Jennifer Rice has delivered the first update to constituents, with her online review of the first two months of work showcasing some local notes to go along with the message making from the new government of John Horgan.
Posted to her Facebook page, the entries are part of the new look format and provide for a new visual theme for the information flow from the NDP MLA.
Among the Greatest Hits for our MLA in Victoria that make up her first post election victory lap, include some of her favourite (and favourable) notes on local media coverage from her electoral success, along with a few accounts of her work as Parliamentary Secretary for Emergency Preparedness.
We also can review the MLA's thoughts on the demise of the Pacific NorthWest LNG project, as well as to review a short checklist of some of the recent announcements that have come from the NDP government.
As well, culled from the social media streams of the last six weeks, there are lots of photos available to review, all part of the ever growing chronicle of the busy agenda of events for Ms. Rice since the May election.
In addition to the MLA's work in Victoria, she also provides for the first public introduction of her new staff members in the Prince Rupert office, with Joseph Jack and Joshua McLeod making for the latest on the list of those that have provided for constituency services at the MLA's Third Avenue offices.
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Further background on political developments out of Victoria can be reviewed on our political portal D'Arcy McGee