Saturday, March 27, 2021

MLA's Week: March 22-25, 2021

It was a light week for speechmaking at the Legislature, with only one of the Northwest MLA's making for a mention in the weekly listings of the account of the chamber.

That coming by way of a remote contribution to the Thursday morning session by North Coast MLA Jennifer Rice.

Prince Rupert also gained a mention from a government event outside of the Legislature, with Premier John Horgan making note of the community effort that went into last weeks COVID-19 vaccination clinic, which saw a significant level of the local community vaccinated.

As for more on the week of work from the House, the four days unfolded as follows:


On the week, Ms Rice was mentioned once in the record for the week in the Legislature from March 22-25

As part of the Thursday morning session the MLA shared some thoughts towards the work of 911 Emergency dispatchers.

The North Coast MLA is also a member of the Following committees:

Ms. Rice serves as the Government's Parliamentary Secretary for Emergency Preparedness


For our readers from the Terrace-Kitimat region, Skeena MLA Ellis Ross  was not mentioned in the record for the week in the Legislature from March 22-28

Mr. Ross is currently the BC Liberal's Opposition Critic for Environment and Climate Change Strategy.

The Skeena MLA is also contesting for the leadership of the BC Liberal Party


For our readers from the Bulkley Valley area, Stikine MLA Nathan Cullen  was not mentioned  in the record for the week in the Legislature from March 22-28

Mr. Cullen serves as the Government's Minister of State for Lands and Natural Resource Operations 


There is more background on all three Regional MLA's available from our MLA's Week Archive, as well as our constituency archives below:

The Legislature now takes a two week Easter Break, not set to return to the Chamber until April 12

A larger overview of provincial issues can be found on our political portal D'Arcy McGee 

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