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    CKNW 980 with Sean Leslie - February 15, 2014

    I was on CKNW 980 with Sean Leslie to discuss my blog post about the Mount Polley mine disaster and the response of the BC government and opposition. Check it out here.
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    B.C. Greens support proportional representation

    The Legislature was put on notice that the B.C. NDP will introduce private member’s legislation on democratic reform to move our electoral system from its current first-past-the-post to a form of proportional representation. The B.C. Green Party welcomes this effort by our colleagues in the Opposition. Participatory Democracy is one of the six core principles of the B.C. Greens. Since our inception more than 30 years ago, the B.C. Greens have supported fair voting and cooperation across partisan lines. We have consistently advocated for a more equitable system than first-past-the-post for electing the Members of our Legislative Assembly.
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    Despite available solutions, government offers no clear direction

    For Immediate ReleaseTues. Feb. 10, 2015 VICTORIA BC – Today’s 2015 Speech from the Throne reveals a government short of ideas and content to coast while British Columbians continue to struggle with issues we can begin solving today, say Adam Olsen, Interim Leader of the B.C. Green Party, and Andrew Weaver, MLA for Oak Bay-Gordon Head and Deputy Leader of the B.C. Green Party. Despite the mounting challenges facing families in British Columbia, the Throne Speech advanced no real ideas about how to grow the economy or help those who are most in need.
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    AM1150 with Phil Johnson - Feb10

    This morning I was on Kelowna's AM1150 Early Edition with Phil Johnson to discuss the Spring session of legislature which starts today. Check it out and please share!
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    CFAX 1070 - with Bruce Williams (Cafe Victoria) - February 6, 2015

    I was on CFAX 1070 this afternoon with Bruce Williams (Cafe Victoria) to discuss the recent fundraising success of the B.C. Green Party and other hot topics! Check it out and please share with your social networks.
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    CBC Vancouver "Early Edition" Political Insiders - February 2, 2015

    On Monday February 2, 2015, I was on the Early Edition with Rick Cluff (CBC Vancouver) with Colin Hansen and Moe Sihota. We discussed the findings of the Mount Polley geotechnical report. 8min 28sec
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