Selina Robinson questions Health Minister Terry Lake about why staff are withholding information from the BC Seniors Advocate about serious infractions that occurred in government care facilities.
Selina Robinson speaks to the importance of all levels of government working in relationships based on mutual respect recognizing that everyone brings something of value to the conversation.
When you buy a daffodil pin and wear it in April, you show your support for Canadians living with cancer, you show that you understand how life-altering a cancer diagnosis can be, and you show that you want to help create a …
Selina Robinson pays tribute to the Riverview Land’s magnificent arboretum and gardens and the volunteers who work so hard to preserve them.
Selina Robinson shares her thoughts about kids in sport and the role that sport has in the lives of children and in our communities.
On February 16, 2016 the BC Liberal government delivered its budget and fiscal plan. Selina had an opportunity to debate the budget and comment on the ways in which the government’s budget decisions have and will continue to impact the individuals and families of …
Selina Robinson acknowledges the Alzheimer Society of British Columbia for reminding us all that people with dementia deserve to be known foremost as a person with a rich, complex story that is understood and valued.
The 55+ Games Society and the City of Coquitlam are working together to bring the 55+ Games to Coquitlam in September.
by Steve Kidd – Penticton Western News posted Feb 9, 2016 at 4:00 PM Penticton seniors had the opportunity last week to air their concerns about the issues facing them with a trio of NDP MLA‘s who were in town …
Selina Robinson questions the Minister Responsible for Housing, Rich Coleman, on the government’s plans for the Riverview Lands.