The Province, through BC Housing, is teaming up with the City of Mission and Mission Community Services Society (MCSS) to develop approximately 50 new supportive homes for people experiencing homelessness in the community. “Our government is working quickly with our …
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COVID-19 Helpline (Non-medical questions): 1-888-COVID-19. You can also text 604-630-0300.
Welcome to the Maple Ridge-Mission community office website! The constituency of Maple Ridge-Mission includes the best of both urban and rural areas, along with beautiful lakes and wilderness. I am truly honoured to serve our local community as your MLA and proud to represent you in the Legislature.
During this pandemic, every organization has had to adjust. My office has been open virtually through phone and email.
As our province safely restarts, I am thrilled to announce that our Maple Ridge – Mission constituency will be open to the public Wednesdays and Thursdays from 10-4pm, beginning next week, Wednesday June 24.
For your safety, we have installed a protective plexiglass at our reception. Please try to maintain 2 metres distance from others in the office. To reduce crowding, my staff may ask you to wait outside while we engage with other constituents. Hand sanitizer is readily available.
This pandemic has caused incredible stress for communities and families across BC. My office is always here to help. My staff can support you with any issue concerning the provincial government, including:
✅ Dealing with provincial government agencies such as BC Housing, ICBC, Health Insurance BC, and more.
✅ Home-owner Grant Support
✅ Landlord/Tenant Concerns
✅ Questions about the safe re-opening of schools
✅ Information on Provincial Health Officer/public health guidelines.
✅ Connecting you to pandemic-related support programs and services.
If you are having *any* issue with the provincial government and live in Maple Ridge – Mission, please do not hesitate to contact my office. If you aren’t sure whether I am your MLA, you can check using your postal code at this link: https://www.leg.bc.ca/learn-about-us/members
You can come see us at #102-23015 Dewdney Trunk Road (across the street from Tim Hortons) on Wednesdays and Thursdays 10am-4pm; my office can always be reached by email (email@example.com) or by calling 604 476 4530.
My heart goes out to the families of those who we have lost in this crisis, and I wish a speedy recovery to those who are currently affected. If everyone does their part, we can avoid the worst impacts from this crisis.
We are seeing globally the devastating impacts of sudden upticks in COVID-19 infections, even on the most well-resourced health care systems. That’s why it’s absolutely critical to ‘flatten the curve’ of infections so that our health care system is not overwhelmed. We can do this by practicing social distancing and self-isolation.
We must all do our part by:
Wash your hands frequently with soap and water for 20 seconds.
Avoid touching your face
🧍↔️🧍 Maintain 2m distance from others
STAY HOME if you are sick, even if it is not COVID-19
These are extraordinary times. Our government is working tirelessly to ensure that British Columbians have the supports they need to get through this crisis.
Together, we will make it.
Yours very truly,
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