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October

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    It's been a long 4 years full of hope and hard work -- but tonight's elections made it all worthwhile. Congrats and thank you to all the teams who worked tirelessly across the country. And WOOHOOOOOOOOO Justin!!!!!! We got our country back #RealChange
    Oct 19, 2015 9:50 pm | British Columbia, Vancouver East

September

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    Sep 08, 2013 7:04 pm | British Columbia, Vancouver East
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    Summer is just about over... time to get back to work! Stay tuned for information on how how to become a delegate to the upcoming BC Federal Liberal convention in Nov 1, 2 and 3rd!
    Sep 08, 2013 6:59 pm | British Columbia, Vancouver East

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February

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    On the eve of the vote on Bill C-400, here's my final plea to Conservative MPs: do the right thing on Wednesday night. "Support Bill C-400, allow the conversation to continue, and make an important contribution to Canadian society. And here's my plea to the rest of you: pick up the phone now, call a Conservative MP, tell them that you care about homelessness in Canada and tell them you want them to care too; you want them to vote in favour of Bill C-400."
    Feb 27, 2013 11:12 am | British Columbia, Vancouver East
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    There are countless differences that I can argue with the NDP, but I’d like to express my support for Marie-Claude Morin’s Private Member’s Bill C-400 which seeks to establish a national housing strategy. I realize that many are mostly interested in more trending topics like the “Legalization of Marijuana”, however, when 13% of Canadians are in core housing need -- meaning means they don’t have access to adequate, suitable or affordable housing we are in crisis. This many only be a statistic to most, but we are talking about are the most vulnerable among us – lower income Canadians or those living on a fixed income, such as seniors. Bill C-400 will force the government to develop a national strategy to help those that need us the most. The most recent update is that there are ”some issues with C-400 that need to be resolved in committee, namely that the timelines proposed will undercut the ultimate effectiveness of the strategy. It is also prescribes a heavy-handed role for Ottawa. It is important to remember that central government isn’t a panacea for all issues. The best role that Ottawa can play is to provide a long-term, stable source of funding for new affordable housing projects and for the maintenance of existing housing projects. The federal government can also play a role in bringing officials together to compare and contrast best practices – both here in Canada and around the world.” I hope these issues will be addressed adequately in committee, and C-400 can help to address the pressing housing concerns that exist in communities across Canada. This bill has my full support and hope everyone will keep housing in the discussion spotlight until we can see change. BIG CHANGE.
    Feb 14, 2013 12:23 pm | British Columbia, Vancouver East
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    Feb 12, 2013 11:26 am | British Columbia, Vancouver East
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    Raising awareness - 1 in 5 Canadians will experience a form of mental illness at some point in their lives. Jump on to Twiiter at use #bellletstalk -- $.05 will be donated each time hashtag is used. Follow me @romaahi
    Feb 12, 2013 11:26 am | British Columbia, Vancouver East
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    ??? - Happy New Year!
    Feb 11, 2013 12:03 pm | British Columbia, Vancouver East
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    •Art gallery visits are associated with better health and higher volunteer rates. •Theatre attendance is associated with better health, volunteering, and strong satisfaction with life. •Classical music attendance is associated with higher volunteer rates and strong satisfaction with life. •Pop music attendance is associated with better health, volunteering, and strong satisfaction with life. •Attendance at cultural festivals is associated with better health, volunteering, and strong satisfaction with life. •Reading books is associated with better health, volunteering, and strong satisfaction with life.
    Feb 04, 2013 10:57 am | British Columbia, Vancouver East

January

November

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    Big shout out to all the candidates and fellow Liberals working hard across the country right now - Durham, Calgary-Centre, Victoria -- VOTE NOVEMBER 26th.
    Nov 24, 2012 6:32 pm | British Columbia, Vancouver East
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    Friends in Calgary! Support Harvey Locke and The Liberal Party of Canada in Calgary Centre. I'll be calling on you, if not knocking on your door when I hit Calgary November 20th. Help us get out the vote on November 26th.
    Nov 18, 2012 1:36 pm | British Columbia, Vancouver East
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    State of the Arts in Canada brought to you by Harper: CUT FUNDING. Canadian Conference of the Arts closes its doors after 67 years. The CCA is the largest national alliance of the arts, cul­ture and her­itage sec­tor across Canada. It was founded in 1945 by a group of emi­nent artists, includ­ing painters Lawren S. Har­ris, of the Group of Seven, and André Biéler, the CCA has the unique man­date in the Cana­dian cul­tural sec­tor of pro­mot­ing the inter­ests of Cana­dian artists and of the cul­tural sec­tor at large at the fed­eral level, and of pro­vid­ing a national forum where issues of com­mon inter­est can be dis­cussed and pur­sued. The name of the CCA has been asso­ci­ated with all major cul­tural pol­icy devel­op­ments at the fed­eral level, from the cre­ation of the Canada Coun­cil for the Arts in 1957 to the UNESCO Con­ven­tion on the Pro­tec­tion and Pro­mo­tion of the Diver­sity of Cul­tural Expres­sions in 2005.
    Nov 15, 2012 9:00 am | British Columbia, Vancouver East
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    Quiet Crisis: Homelessness and At Risk in Greater Victoria
    Nov 10, 2012 7:26 am | British Columbia, Vancouver East

October

September

August

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    "There were an estimated 65,000 youth in Canada who were either homeless or living in emergency shelters in 2009. Vancouver’s 2011 homeless count found 349 homeless youth, an increase of 29 percent from the 2008 count. Research shows that the causes and characteristics of youth homelessness are distinct from those of the adult homeless population."
    Aug 07, 2012 10:11 am | British Columbia, Vancouver East
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    A wonderful weekend -- thank you to everyone who came out to support Pride.
    Aug 07, 2012 10:07 am | British Columbia, Vancouver East

July

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