4 – 77 Victoria Crescent, Nanaimo, BC. V9R 5B9
Monday – Friday: 10:00 a.m. – Noon & 1:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m.
Welcome To My Web Site
Thank you for selecting me to represent you in Nanaimo once again. I have appreciated the level of support you have given me during my previous terms as your MLA, and I look forward to your continued support. I shall do my best to serve your interests in this part of British Columbia.
Although we live in a beautiful part of Canada and in a very wealthy Nation and Province, there are still many aspects of our society that need attention. I shall continue to address many of these, as will other members of the Opposition, during my tenure in the Legislature.
Please visit this web site often and do not hesitate to send me an e-mail if you want to comment or ask a question about anything you see here. If there is any matter involving the Provincial Government which concerns you and in which I may be able to assist, please do contact me. You may make an appointment with my assistants in my office, using the telephone number above. In many cases my assistants will be able to help you or point you to an agency which may be able to do so.
Should you wish to meet with me personally, you can make an appointment at the same number. I reply to all correspondence.
Leonard's Christmas greeting.
At no time of the year do I and my family feel a greater sense of gratitude for the wonderful life that this community, province and country have provided to us. As we celebrate on Christmas Day, one of the holiest days of the year for those of the Christian faith, and families of all faiths, or no faith, gather to show their love for one another, let us remember that for those of us to whom life has been kind, we owe much back to our communities, and should demonstrate that in a tangible way to the best of our ability, as we reflect back on another year living in what is still, notwithstanding recent events, a peaceable kingdom. We are indeed a fortunate people, and especially fortunate to live in such a wonderful community as Nanaimo, and I would hope that as you celebrate Christmas, and ring in the New Year with all the hope represented by that holiday, let us celebrate the good fortune we have, share our bounty with others, and remember with gratitude the many hands that have helped make our burdens, and our community's burdens, lighter.
Merry Christmas, Happy New Year and as Tiny Tim observed, "God Bless Us Everyone!"