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need for the provincial government to vigorously protect our lakes and rivers
BC Liberals deal on Liquid Natural Gas is a sellout of British Columbia's resources, says Columbia River-Revelstoke MLA Norm Macdonald.
BC Liberals more interested in development than protecting agricultural land, writes NDP MLA Norm Macdonald.
Public not receiving good value for LNG thanks to BC Liberals, writes NDP MLA Norm Macdonald
Revelstoke needs a Conservation Officer, says MLA Norm Macdonald.
BC Liberals sale of land at less than market value calls into question their ability to manage ALR, writes MLA Norm Macdonald.
Columbia Basin Trust is proof that when residents get fair share of economic benefits, good things can happen, writes MLA Norm Macdonald
Public education is under attack by BC Liberal government, writes MLA Norm Macdonald.
On February 10, the British Columbia Legislature will re-open for the Spring session
MLA Norm Macdonald says tailings pond dams should be treated like hydro dams when it comes to safety.
B.C. Legislature needs to work on being more democratic.
The decisions made by government have real consequences in people’s lives, writes Columbia River-Revelstoke MLA Norm Macdonald.
Disability benefits far too low to make ends meets, says MLA Norm Macdonald.
Mount Polley mine disaster resulted in serious environmental damage, job losses and black eye for mining industry, says MLA Norm Macdonald.
Norm Macdonald, the MLA for Columbia River-Revelstoke supports teachers 100 per cent.
Vast majority of submissions reject plans for more Tree Farm Licenses, writes MLA Norm Macdonald.
BC Liberals need to make sure province gets fair share of natural gas revenues, NDP MLA Norm Macdonald writes.
Conversion to tree farm licenses being rejected by British Columbians, MLA Norm Macdonald says.
Province should be working to build agricultural capacity, writes Columbia River-Revelstoke MLA Norm Macdonald
Columbia River–Revestoke residents must speak out about proposed changes to Agricultural Land Reserve