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I would talk about the ways the government has lessened the effectiveness of the Legislature over time.
Here’s how it works. In order to ‘balance’ the budget, the BC Liberals simply require crown corporations to pay a dividend ...
'This government has shown absolute contempt for our public school system'
Norm Macdonald is the MLA for riding of Columbia River–Revelstoke.
Columbia River—Revelstoke MLA Norm Macdonald says citizens must fight every attempt to remove them from decision-making process
NDP Columbia River—Revelstoke MLA: Was it simply incompetence by the BC Liberals, or was there a larger agenda at work?
In his MLA Report, Norm Macdonald says government intervention in BC Hydro affairs is the cause of upcoming rate hikes.
As a former educator, I believe that one of the most important things we can do is ensure that we have a fully literate population.
On November 11, we will gather to honour those who sacrificed themselves to safeguard our freedoms and our rights.
I believe that we need to ensure that our province raises the revenue it needs to keep our system strong.
For Members of the Legislative Assembly, it was a somewhat unusual summer. The provincial legislature was in session.
As your MLA, my role is to be your voice in Victoria. To be able to do that effectively, I need to hear from you.
Columbia River-Revelstoke MLA Norm Macdonald prepares for return to opposition when British Columbia legislature resumes.
MLA Norm Macdonald promotes government advertising reform designed to strip partisanship, electioneering from gov't ads
The democratic process between elections cannot be taken for granted
One of the biggest issues that I am hearing about this week is the need for local involvement in decision making on the land base.
MLA says ad campaign money would have been better spent elsewhere.
Again this November 11th, communities across Canada will gather to honour veterans who have sacrificed so much for us.
Part two of a multi-part series by MLA Norm Macdonald exploring provincial budgeting.
MLA: Declining timber supply highlights need to reduce raw log exports, use currently wasted fibre and encourage B.C. manufacturing