Finance Minister touts investments in child care as investments in a strong economy Author: Matt Robinson Publishing date: Apr 20, 2021 Vancouver Sun The number of parents in B.C. who benefit from the province’s $10-a-day child care program will more …
In the Legislature
Millions for addiction and mental health in B.C.’s budget for ‘unprecedented need’
By Amy Smart The Canadian Press April 20, 2021 British Columbia’s finance minister says the government is making the largest investment in mental health and addictions in the province’s history as part of Budget 2021. Selina Robinson said the …
Health and hope, strength and resilience
Opinion: Budget 2021 expands services British Columbians rely on with $4B in new investments over next 3 years to strengthen health, mental-health supports. Author: Selina Robinson Op-Ed: Published in the Vancouver Sun Publishing date: Apr 20, 2021 On …
Budget 2021: A Stronger BC for Everyone
Budget 2021 supports people now while building the foundation for strong recovery April, 20, 2021 Budget 2021 focuses on protecting people’s health and livelihoods through the pandemic, while making investments in services, infrastructure and opportunities to support a strong …
Odyssey of the Mind – Rochester Elementary School
Selina Robinson congratulates seven students from Rochester Elementary School who represented British Columbia in the Odyssey of the Mind world championships in Michigan.
Question Period: BC Housing financing initiatives
Selina Robinson asks the Minister of Housing to release documents relating to two major BC Housing financing initiatives that cost the public $80 million.
Question Period: BC Housing gave $40 million loan to private developer
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.
Eliminating MSP Premiums
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.
Rotary Club of Coquitlam: Inaugural Sports Gala Dinner
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.