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BC NDP appoints Raj Sihota to top party job

September 22, 2016 | News Releases

Raj Sihota is now the first woman of South Asian descent to hold the top staff position at a major political party in BC. Appointed in August, Sihota is Provincial Director of the BC NDP as the party prepares for the May 2017 election.

Born and raised in Kamloops to a forest industry family, Sihota got involved in politics as a student at the University of British Columbia. She has played key roles in many elections including the recent by-election wins in Coquitlam and Vancouver where MLAs Melanie Mark and Jodie Wickens were elected.

Christy Clark's payday loan changes not enough to tackle B.C.'s affordability crisis

September 21, 2016 | Statements

VICTORIA – New Democrat finance spokesperson, Carole James, released the following statement in response to the government’s announcement to drop payday loan rates in 2017:

“B.C. has the highest rate of working-age people living in poverty, and while decreasing high payday loan rates is a small step in the right direction, it’s not enough. After years of doing nothing, the Christy Clark government is – right before an election – feeling pressure to act.

Christy Clark’s TransLink minister tells Metro Mayors and commuters to “suck it up”

September 16, 2016 | Reality Checks

VANCOUVER – The same day that New Democrat leader John Horgan committed to breaking the transportation funding gridlock in Metro Vancouver by increasing the provincial share of capital funding for public transportation improvements to 40 per cent, Premier Christy Clark sent out her minister responsible to say “no” to increased funding and to tell Metro mayors and commuters to “suck it up” and find the money themselves.

Horgan commits to break transportation funding gridlock, creating thousands of jobs

September 15, 2016 | News Releases

VANCOUVER – A New Democrat government will get Metro Vancouver commuters moving again by increasing the provincial share of capital funding for public transportation improvements to 40 percent, clearing the way to shorter commutes and thousands of new construction jobs over the next 10 years.

“We’re stepping up while the B.C. Liberal government continues to stall. Because Christy Clark hasn’t done her work, the people of Metro Vancouver can’t get to work. I say let’s get moving on building transit and creating new jobs,” Horgan said.