Selina Robinson congratulates seven students from Rochester Elementary School who represented British Columbia in the Odyssey of the Mind world championships in Michigan.
Selina Robinson’s statement about the importance of having a meaningful response to crisis – in particular, the fentanyl crisis – and having a government with the vision and the commitment to invest in a long term addictions strategy.
By Cheryl Chan Vancouver Sun June 12, 2017 Quote from article: NDP MLA Selina Robinson, who was mental-health and addictions critic before the writ dropped, said B.C. is in the grips of a crisis that’s getting worse as government remains …
Selina Robinson asks the Minister of Housing to release documents relating to two major BC Housing financing initiatives that cost the public $80 million.
Selina Robinson questions the Minister of Housing about a $40 million loan from B.C. Housing to a private developer which was used to finance the presale marketing of condos.
Selina Robinson speaks in support of a motion to eliminate MSP premiums.
Selina Robinson speaks to the Discriminatory Provisions (Historical Wrongs) Repeal Act – a Bill that repeals provisions enacted in the late 1800s and early 1900s that discriminated against individuals or groups based on their ethnicity.
Selina Robinson speaks about the Rotary Club of Coquitlam who recently held their inaugural Sports Gala dinner in support of a local playground and the Canuck Autism Network.
Selina questions the Attorney General about political donations and the role of the Attorney General in administering both the Election Act and the Lobbyists Registration Act.
Selina Robinson speaks about the importance of supporting winter sports in BC: “it’s good for our health, it’s good for our communities and it’s great for our children”.