VICTORIA — After months of pressure the Christy Clark government has finally agreed to end benefit clawback policies that drove families deeper into poverty, says B.C. New Democrat social development spokesperson Michelle Mungall. “John Horgan and the B.C. New Democrats …
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Whenever John Horgan and my NDP Opposition colleagues ask her questions in the Legislature, Premier Clark fires back that her government is supporting education with record levels of funding. With schools districts closing schools, overcrowding, an endless stream of portables in Surrey, a lack of resources for special needs students, post-secondary schools shutting high-demand programs, and no financial needs-based grants for college and university students, common sense would dictate that her responses are all talk.
Despite protests across the province, the B.C. Liberals have raised the price of bus passes for people with disabilities from $45 a year to $624 a year.