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Posted: April 30th, 2012 In speaking to Bill 30, the Energy and Mines Statutes Amendment Act, Nelson-Creston MLA Michelle Mungall declared victory for the Kootenays’ fight against the Liberals’ private power scheme. The Bill, introduced by the Liberals, makes changes …

Dix and Mungall standing up for Selkirk College

Nelson-Creston MLA Michelle Mungall and Opposition Leader Adrian Dix questioned the Minister for Advanced Education this week about her refusal to admit that her ministry’s funding cuts impact students. Selkirk College recently announced that it will be cutting second year …

MOTION 26 — ACCESS TO DRIVEABLE PROGRAM

On Monday, February 27, Opposition Critic for Seniors, MLA Katrine Conroy led debate on a motion on the accessibility of DriveABLE and other functional driving evaluations. It was supported by MLA Michelle Mungall, along with MLAs Kathy Corrigan, Nicholas Simons,and …