"MLA Update: Balanced budget 2017" Speaker Series Luncheon
"MLA update: balanced budget 2017"
Speaker Series Luncheon"
A Speaker Series Luncheon with keynote speakers:
MLA Shirley Bond & MLA Mike Morris
Our province is the current economic leader in Canada - a fact Shirley Bond and Mike Morris are proud to share!
Our Members of the Legislative Assembly want to connect with you.
At this Speaker Series luncheon, Bond and Morris will explain how provincial decisions are made, and how to better understand their role as advocates for our city and region. As we approach the spring election, the politicians will answer your questions and share their vision for the future.
Please join us for "MLA Update: Balanced Budget 2017." Our MLA luncheons quickly sell out; RSVP today to save your spot!
MLA Shirley Bond, Minister of Jobs, Tourism and Skills Training and Minister Responsible for Labour
Shirley Bond was elected in 2001 and 2005 as the MLA for Prince George-Mount Robson, and re-elected in 2009 and 2013 as the MLA for Prince George-Valemount.
Shirley was appointed Minister of Jobs, Tourism and Skills Training and Minister Responsible for Labour on June 10, 2013.
With more than 15 years of Cabinet experience, Shirley has served as Deputy Premier, Minister of Transportation and Infrastructure, Minister of Education, Minister Responsible for Early Learning and Literacy, Minister of Advanced Education, Minister of Health Services, and was the first female to hold the position of Attorney General in British Columbia; a title she held while Minister of Justice.
Shirley currently serves as the Chair of the Cabinet Committee on Strong Economy, Vice Chair of the Treasury Board, is a member on the Priorities and Planning Committee and Cabinet Committee on Climate Leadership and works directly with the Premiers Womens Economic Council.
MLA Mike Morris, Minister of Public Safety and Solicitor General
"The Honourable Mike Morris is the MLA for Prince George-Mackenzie and serves as the Minister of Public Safety and Solicitor General.
Prior to entering politics, the Minister served in the RCMP for 32 years, finishing up as the Superintendent of the Northern District."