Writing your municipal and provincial officials si the best way to get your voice heard. THe power of words can sway opinions either way so it’s important to have your words heard. Below are the contact email addresses for both your municipal and provincial elected officials.
We suggest writing everyone below and tell them your thoughts on the proposed low barrier shelter.
Marc Dalton – Maple Ridge / Mission MLA – email@example.com
Doug Bing – Maple Ridge / Mission MLA – firstname.lastname@example.org
Nicole Read – Mayor – email@example.com
Tyler Shymkiw – Councillor – firstname.lastname@example.org
Corisa Bell – Councillor – email@example.com
Kiersten Duncan – Councillor – firstname.lastname@example.org
Bob Masse – Councillor – email@example.com
Gordy Robson – Councillor – firstname.lastname@example.org
Craig Speirs – Councillor – email@example.com
Ted Swabey – CAO – firstname.lastname@example.org
Mayor & Council – email@example.com
Christie Clark – Premier – firstname.lastname@example.org
Rich Coleman – Housing Minister – email@example.com
Justin Trudeau – Prime Minister – firstname.lastname@example.org
Dan Ruimy – MP – email@example.com
We started Cliff Avenue with 39 living in tents and 45 at the Salvation Army shelter. Right now, Maple Ridge has three low barrier facilities operating at capacity to provide 125 beds. An additional 316 homeless have been placed into 'scattered housing' throughout the community.
Add to this, the 60 individuals still living rough in ravines and wooded areas. We are doing more than other Lower Mainland community. How many homeless are we expected to house? The proposed BC Housing plan will add an additional 50 low barrier beds.
Current # Of
Proposed # Of Beds
Per 1000 People