VICTORIA— B.C. New Democrat women’s spokesperson Maurine Karagianis issued the following statement in recognition of the International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women: “Violence against women continues to plague families and communities in British Columbia. “Whether it’s the …
I’m humbled and honoured to represent the citizens of Esquimalt-Royal Roads as their British Columbia Member of the Legislative Assembly. I am a member of Her Majesty’s Official Opposition, and it is my job to hold the BC Liberal government accountable for its decisions.
The issues we face in Esquimalt-Royal Roads are many – and they are varied. My Community Office is here to help, and my staff works hard to assist constituents. We can help you locate services and programs, and help you understand your rights under those programs.
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I hope to see you at my 2015 Holiday Open House, Tuesday, December 15th, from 4 pm to 6 pm.
November 3, 2015 — Maurine asked Transportation Minister Todd Stone why it took him a year to release some of the records on the Highway of Tears while all that time misrepresenting what the government was hearing from communities along the Highway 16 corridor.