VICTORIA – Twenty high-priority B.C. communities are receiving funding from the Ministry of Mental Health and Addictions’ new Community Overdose Crisis Innovation Fund in regions where the overdose crisis is the most prevalent and where local Community Action Teams (CATs) …
Thank You Nanaimo
On October 20th of this year, I was elected to represent the citizens of Nanaimo as their Mayor. This was a decision that did not come lightly as it comes with many new responsibilities, but something that I truly felt was an opportunity to do something more for my community. I want to thank from the bottom of my heart each and every person who supported me on my journey, from the previous serving MLA Mike Hunter, my unbelievably amazing Campaign Manager Iris Taylor and every member of that team, the staff at Krog & Co and my MLA Constituency Office staff.
Last, but certainly not least to the love of my life Sharon and our family: Thank you for the sacrifices you have all made that have given me these opportunities to serve the people of Nanaimo. It has been such a wonderful time and I am so excited to start this new journey together.
Thank you, Huy ch q’u.
In addition to increasing access to surgeries and MRIs, the Government of British Columbia is bringing into force outstanding sections of the Medicare Protection Amendment Act, 2003, to further support patients and strengthen B.C.’s public health-care system, Adrian Dix, Minister of …
NANAIMO – Nanaimo is one of 18 B.C. communities that are getting an on-the-ground Community Action Team (CAT) and dedicated funding as part of the Province’s escalated response to the overdose crisis. “I have spoken to too many families who have …