May 28 2015 Vicki with Andrew Weaver at BC Beef Day May 26 2015 Vicki with Beach Grove Elementary School May 24 2015 Vicki in the 2015 May Days Parade May 14 2015 Vicki with the Friends of Delta Hospital after introducing the petition May 14 2015 Vicki presenting petition on restoring services to Delta Hospital May 13 2015 Political protest on contamination risks in the Shawnigan watershed May 6 2015 Fallen Paramedic Memorial at the Legislature May 6 2015 Vicki with representatives from the ALS society Richard, Neil, Susan, Ann, Edward and Wendy April 25, 2015 Vicki at the Reach Gala in Tsawwassen April 29, 2015 Vicki receiving an honorary neckerchief from scout youth ambassadors Linda and Bryson

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TransLink Vote is not Black and White

This spring, Metro Vancouver residents will be asked to vote on a 0.5% increase in PST to fund the Mayors’ Council vision for transit in Metro Vancouver. Although it’s ultimately up to the voters to decide whether they support the plan, it is interesting that both the Liberals and the NDP are now urging voters to support a ‘yes’ vote.

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Political interests trump privacy concerns: Huntington

Victoria, B.C. – The government’s Election Amendment Act is now set to become law, which MLA Vicki Huntington says is a blow to the privacy of British Columbians.

“Privacy concerns have been the main problem with this bill from day one,” says Huntington. “I’ve spoken against the bill repeatedly. The Information and Privacy Commissioner, IntegrityBC, the Official Opposition, a government MLA, the Green Party MLA, and many constituents have also outlined their concerns with this legislation, to no avail.”

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