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In our province, there are more than half-a-million rental households. Faced with near-zero vacancy rates, these British Columbians too often find themselves trapped in housing they cannot afford, or have grown out of, yet cannot afford to leave. Some landlords …

Help is on the way for B.C.’s lowest-paid workers

British Columbia’s lowest-paid workers will earn a $15-an-hour minimum wage by June 2021. Regular, predictable increases to our minimum wage are one important way we can make life more affordable for people. June 1, 2018: $12.65 an hour ($1.30 increase) …

Medical Services Plan (MSP) premiums cut by 50%

Medical Services Plan (MSP) premiums were cut by 50% on Jan. 1, 2018, marking an important step toward improving fairness for all British Columbians. MSP premiums are unfair and place a significant burden on British Columbians. I’m proud that we …