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Your MLA for Westside-Kelowna

Christy Clark was sworn in for her second term as British Columbia’s 35th Premier on June 10, 2013 and was elected Westside-Kelowna MLA in a by-election on July 10, 2013.

In her new mandate, Premier Clark will continue her relentless focus on strengthening the economy through the BC Jobs Plan and ensure that government controls spending.  She will work to ensure we seize the natural gas opportunity before us, fight for economic development opportunities throughout the province, and make sure British Columbians are first in line for the jobs that will come. She previously served as the MLA for Vancouver-Point Grey (2011-2013), Port Moody-Burnaby Mountain (1996-2001) and Port Moody-Westwood (2001-2005). She has served as Deputy Premier, Minister of Education, Minister of Children and Family Development and vice-chair of Treasury Board. Premier Clark brought the anti-bullying “Pink Shirt Campaign” to British Columbia to raise awareness of issues related to bullying in our schools, workplace and communities.

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    KELOWNA – Twenty local organizations have received more than $854,000 in funding from the provincial government through the Community Gaming Grant program. Organizations Receiving Grants:…

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    KELOWNA – The B.C. government has provided $60,000 to complete renovations at an eight-bed supportive-housing building for homeless men in Kelowna. Chandler Street House, operated…

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    KELOWNA– Five Kelowna organizations are sharing $172,800 in community gaming grants from the provincial government, supporting programs that focus on local public safety. Organizations receiving…

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    KELOWNA – The Province is committing $8.4 million for a seven-year tree fruit replant program that supports grower’s efforts to meet consumer demands for high-value,…

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Countdown to the 2015 Canada Winter Games

GCPE-photo_one-year-countdown-at-Ledge_440pxW Provincial MLAs and 2015 Canada Winter Games organizers donned scarves as they gathered on the steps of the Legislative Buildings Feb. 12 to celebrate the one-year countdown to the games in Prince George, Feb. 13 – March 1, 2015. Learn more.

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