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The following is a partial list of projects and issues I have worked on or am currently working on.
- New Interior Heart and Surgical Centre at Kelowna General Hospital
- Expanding access to primary care
- Millions to build a new Learning Centre at UBCO
- 6 laning Hwy 97 currently happening & improving Sexsmith intersection.
- New Hwy 97 from Winfield to Oyama
- Concrete Median barriers on Hwy 97 between Kelowna and Vernon
- New road connecting Glenmore with Hwy 97 at UBCO
- Bike paths and public transit improvements
- 7.2 million to help buy the CN Rail Corridor
- Supporting investments that drive local economy and jobs. ie: 9.7 in local tourism priorities, funds to support high tech companies and jobs, and 9.4 million for tree fruit replant program.
- New schools for Rutland, District of Lake Country and Glenmore
- Assisting the five Kelowna water providers achieve a long term water plan
- As minister of agriculture lead the province to improve BC’s food security
- Instituting permanent invasive mussel inspection stations
- Increased budget for independent ALR from 1.9 M to $4.5M so they can protect the land for future generations
- And more…
2016 Legislative Session Accomplishments
Spring 2016 Session Review: Making the Right Choices Today for a Stronger, More Secure Tomorrow
During the Spring 2016 Legislative Session, the BC Liberal government has delivered on commitments to control spending, balance the budget, protect our province’s environment, modernize B.C.’s laws, and create more opportunities for British Columbians.
Please take a minute to view the 2016 Legislative Session Accomplishments and see what your BC Liberal Government has been doing on your behalf.
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