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Adam Olsen
Husband, father, and BC Green Party candidate in Saanich North & the Islands. Authorized by Marcus Redivo, Financial Agent 1-250-984-2835
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Rasoul Narimani 18h
I am excited to announce that I am running as a candidate for West Van-Capilano riding. Passionate about enhancing our education system, more efficient health care and sustainable agriculture.
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SoniaFurstenau 15h
It was so exciting to introduce the slate of Vancouver candidates today - a truly inspiring group of people who will represent their communities in the B.C. Legislature. Learn about them at
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Dan Jason endorses Adam Olsen to be re-elected as the Member of the Legislative Assembly in Saanich North and the Islands.
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Adam Olsen Sep 28
The Philbrook Family endorses Adam Olsen to be re-elected as the Member of the Legislative Assembly in Saanich North and the Islands.
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Annamie Paul Sep 24
Congratulations on your acclaimed candidacies and ! You go get 'em!
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Nitrozac Sep 26
and were fighting hard for the seniors stuck in care homes during the pandemic, and the low standards of care and neglect that were obvious before Covid. It’s recorded in the Hansards.
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Maeve Maguire Sep 27
"She's very very principled and has a very strong moral compass, is very ethical in her approach to governance," said.
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Adam Olsen Sep 27
Annette Witteman endorses Adam Olsen to be re-elected as the Member of the Legislative Assembly in Saanich North and the Islands.
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Adam Olsen Sep 21
This is an important piece from about the - Vaughn gets it exactly right. The did the work of legislators and we listened to the concerns about legislation and we demanded it be improved.
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SoniaFurstenau Sep 18
COVID-19 cases are spiking. Teachers and parents are increasingly anxious about our kids' safety. Let's focus less on politics, and more on protecting people. and I are committed to working with gov to provide stability and security for BC.
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Adam Olsen Sep 18
Replying to @AdamPOlsen
The images we are seeing from Atlantic Canada are deeply disturbing. The continues to mismanage fisheries in Canada. Fish stocks on both coasts have been decimated and it is long past time for reform in our fisheries policy.
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Adam Olsen Sep 18
In 1999, the Supreme Court of Canada upheld the Mi’kmaw treaty right to barter and trade resources from fishing, hunting, and gathering. And now they face violence for exercising their treaty rights.
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SoniaFurstenau Sep 17
Replying to @bcgreencaucus
The consulted with gov't on this plan under CASA and the $1.5B in funding was approved in March by all 3 parties of the . In partnership with stakeholders our Caucus advocated for the inclusion of , & many of the policies featured today
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SoniaFurstenau Sep 17
Replying to @SoniaFurstenau
As a concrete step, the NDP government should exclude the oil and gas sector from receiving any economic supports under this plan. The sector already receives billions of dollars in subsidies - a number that has grown significantly under the NDP government.
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SoniaFurstenau Sep 17
Replying to @SoniaFurstenau
Ultimately this plan lacks imagination about what’s possible and necessary. It is in moments of crisis that long term transformation can happen. We need to lean into the opportunity to create a truly sustainable economy on the other side of this.
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SoniaFurstenau Sep 17
The economic recovery plan released today includes many important initiatives to get British Columbians through but there's more work to be done to deliver a just & . Let's connect these short-term supports with a long-term sustainable recovery plan
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Adam Olsen Sep 17
Sonia, Jan, Emily and Adam A little known story about Sonia, Jan, Emily and Adam. Eleven years after Jan officiated our wedding I was working with her daughter in the BC legislature.
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Adam Olsen Sep 16
Replying to @bcgreencaucus
There are so many aspects in responding to the . All levels of gov't need to commit to working with health experts and community organizers to ensure British Columbians can access support. The will continue CASA's work:
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Adam Olsen Sep 16
Replying to @David_Moscrop
For years advocates have been calling for decriminalization and the chorus of voices is growing, from Dr. Bonnie Henry to Canada's police chiefs to Dr. Theresa Tam. A great piece from on why Canada needs decriminalization:
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Adam Olsen Sep 16
Replying to @bcgreencaucus
The will continue to advocate for programs and policies to support British Columbians in this public health crisis. We need to decriminalize illicit drug use and put an end to the heavy policing of those who need support.
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