Don in the Community

Thank you to everyone who attended my Green New Deal Town Hall meeting yesterday. I heard powerful opinions and suggestions for achieving climate stabilization and social justice. This affects us all, and we need action now.

Don attended Sir Charles Tupper Seconday School’s Life Skills Graduation Party. He also presented his 2019 scholarship to graduate Liam Shea. Congratulations, Liam!

Don attends a luncheon, hosted by the Renfrew Chinese Seniors club, in celebration of their 23rd anniversary.

Don spent his Saturday afternoon at the 27th Annual Cedar Cottage Community Carnival, talking to constituents and handing out swag.

Thanks to the thousands in 23 BC communities who took part in the Alzheimer Society of B.C. walk today. Adrian Dix, Anne Kang, George Heyman and I were delighted to March For Alzheimer’s. It was also great to see the NDP government announce $2.7 million in funding to the Society to support First Link, the […]

NDP Health Critic Don Davies unveils plan to create national school food program VANCOUVER – On Sunday, April 28, NDP Health Critic Don Davies (Vancouver – Kingsway) unveiled his plan to create a national school food program for every child in Canada. Davies was joined by Marc Schutzbank from the Coalition for Healthy School Food […]

Don spent his Saturday morning, cleaning up the neighbourhood with office volunteers and the Trout Lake Community Centre. #KeepVancouverSpectacular

Saturday, March 30 at 2 pm
Meridian Hall, 4306 Victoria Drive

Don was inspired and impressed by thousands of young people who came out to demand action on climate change. Our Earth and their futures depend on it. Time for action is now.

Don had the honour of presenting birthday certificates from the Queen and the Prime Minister to Vancouver Kingsway resident Mr. Lee at his 100th birthday celebration at the Cedar Cottage Neighbourhood House.