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British Columbia members of the federal New Democratic Party’s caucus today called on the Liberal government to ensure that BC’s forest industry is protected after the expiry of the Softwood Lumber Agreement with the United States.

Don said the policy discriminates against monogamous gay men, when even a straight college student with multiple partners can donate.

B.C. New Democrat health critic Don Davies made the call in a blistering speech in the House of Commons during debate on Bill C-37, the Liberal government’s legislative response to the crisis.

Don argues the fentanyl crisis has reached a point that requires a national discussion about ending prohibition

On fentanyl, Kinder Morgan and Site C, MPs choosing party over constituents.

CBC Go Public: A B.C. woman with hepatitis C says the province won’t pay for a new medication because of the cost

Don issued the following statement on the Liberal government’s failure to negotiate a new Health Accord.

Vancouver Kingsway MP Don Davies raised a motion to send the bill to the Senate.

Don: These are serious allegations, and I would call on the Prime Minister to start looking into this.

During last year’s election campaign, you made a solemn promise to British Columbians that the Kinder Morgan Trans Mountain Pipeline project would not be approved following the Conservatives’ broken environmental review process. You told us it would be “redone” and that First Nations would be respected by enhanced consultation. Many voters believed you and B.C. Liberal candidates, like Terry […]