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  • Highway 18 Cowichan Valley Highway Route information Length: 42 km (26 mi) Existed: 1953 – present Major junctions East  end: BC 1 in Duncan West  end: Youbou Highway system British Columbia provincial highways ← BC 17A BC 19 →
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    1. 1. PenelakutIsland KuperIslandPenelakut Island KuperIslandPenelakut Island, formerlyknown as Kuper Island andrenamed in 2010 in honourof the Penelakut First Nationpeople, is located in thesouthern Gulf Islandsbetween Vancouver Islandand the mainland Pacificcoast of British Columbia,CanadaNanaimo-North Cowichan: The ridingruns from south Nanaimo to theDuncan border and encapsulates tworegional districts, five populatedelectoral areas, five First Nations, andthe islands of Kuper, Thetis, Gabriolaand Valdes, town of LadysmithVote 4 P. ANNA PADDON May 14, 2013 INDEPENDENT MLA NANAIMO NORTH COWICHANEmail: paz4Tunnel@hotmail.caFinancial Agent P Anna Paddon 104-450 Stewart Ave. Nanaimo V9S5E9 paz4Tunnel@hotmail.ca
    2. 2. • DuisautemvevelitessemolenullafacilisisadignissimquibaugueduisdoVote 4 P. ANNA PADDON May 14, 2013 INDEPENDENT MLA NANAIMO NORTHCOWICHANEmail: paz4Tunnel@hotmail.ca2009 election results1. Doug Routley (NDP) – 12,888 votes, 54.33% of total vote2. Rob Hutchins (Liberal) – 8,426 votes, 35.52% of total vote3. Ian Gartshore (Green) – 2,135 votes, 9% of total vote 2005 election results1. Doug Routley (NDP) – 14,014 votes, 50.02% of total vote2. Graham Bruce (Liberal) – 11,425 votes, 40.78% of total vote3. Cindy-Lee Robinson (Green) – 1,950, 6.96% of total vote 2001 election results1. Graham Bruce (Liberal) – 12,707 votes, 52.21% of total vote2. Rob Hutchins (NDP) - 7,783 votes, 31.98% of total vote3. Loren Duncan (Green) – 3,250 votes, 13.35% of total voteRiding statistics: Nanaimo North Cowichan 2013 INDEPENDENT: P. AnnaPaddon• Population (2011): 52,910• Median age: 47.4 (B.C. average 41.9)• Percentage of people younger than 15: 14.6% (B.C. average 14.6%)• Seniors in private households: 9,480, or 17.9% of population (B.C. average 14.6%)• Residents whose mother tongue is an unofficial language: 6.3% (B.C. average 26.2%)• Top unofficial languages: German (650), Dutch (360), Punjabi (300)• Average household income, before tax (2006): $56,976 (B.C. average $67,675)(Source: Statistics Canada)Financial Agent P Anna Paddon 104-450Stewart Ave. Nanaimo V9S5E9paz4Tunnel@hotmail.ca
    3. 3. Riding Statistics• Population (2011):52,910• Median age: 47.4 (B.C.average 41.9)• Percentage of peopleyounger than 15: 14.6%(B.C. average 14.6%)• Seniors in privatehouseholds: 9,480, or17.9% of population(B.C. average 14.6%)• Residents whosemother tongue is anunofficial language:6.3% (B.C. average26.2%)• Top unofficiallanguages: German(650), Dutch (360),Punjabi (300)• Average householdincome, before tax(2006): $56,976 (B.C.average $67,675)(Source: StatisticsCanada)PenelakutIslandlocated20kmacrossfromChemainusonVancouverIsland.ChemainusIR13 andNanaimoRiver IRs.Aboriginalpopulationin 2006censuswas 9%.Populationover age 65was 16%.Vote 4 P. ANNA PADDON May 14, 2013 INDEPENDENT MLA NANAIMO NORTH COWICHANEmail: paz4Tunnel@hotmail.caFinancial Agent P Anna Paddon 104-450Stewart Ave. Nanaimo V9S5E9
    4. 4. Highway 18 is a short, 42 km (26 mi) long main vehicle routein the Cowichan Valley Regional District on Vancouver Island, connecting the city of Duncan on theTrans-Canada Highway with the community of Youbou, onthe north shore of Lake Cowichan. The highway first openedto vehicle traffic in 1953, and was re-routed to a straighterand wider alignment in 1970. An 80 km/h (50 mph)construction speed limit is in effect for the majority of theroute because of problems on the highway. No passing isallowed there.In Late 2006, drivers using Highway 18 experienced brokenparts (such as windows with big shatter marks) on their cars,most of these came from loose rocks after passing otherdrivers. This has generated anger, and is called the "Sealcoat Job" because of the bad gravel seal coating of thestretch to Duncan from the Cowichan Lake Road junction atLake Cowichan by the new highway contractor company.In early 2004, a proposal was brought forward to extendHighway 18 west from Youbou, all the way along existing"logging roads to the community of Port Renfrew on thesouthwest coast of Vancouver Island, as a way of reroutingtraffic from the northern part of the Island to Victoria in caseof a bad accident or any other extraordinary event forcing aclosure of the Malahat, a steep section of theTrans-Canada Highway just north of Victoria.Highway 18Cowichan Valley HighwayRoute informationLength: 42 km(26mi)Existed: 1953–presentMajor junctionsEast end: BC 1inDuncanWest end: YoubouHighway systemBritish Columbia provincial highways← BC 17ABC 19Vote 4 P. ANNA PADDON May 14, 2013 INDEPENDENT MLA NANAIMO NORTH COWICHANEmail: paz4Tunnel@hotmail.caFinancial Agent P Anna Paddon 104-450Stewart Ave. Nanaimo V9S5E9paz4Tunnel@hotmail.ca
    5. 5. The Indian Act The Indian Act ("An Act respecting Indians"), R.S.,1951, c. I-5, is a Canadian statute that concerns registeredIndians, their bands, and the system of Indian reserves. TheIndian Act was enacted in 1876 by the Parliament of Canadaunder the provisions of Section 91(24) of the Constitution Act,1867, which provides Canadas federal government exclusiveauthority to legislate in relation to "Indians and Lands Reservedfor Indians". The Department of Aboriginal Affairs and NorthernDevelopment, which is responsible for the act, is administered bythe Minister of Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development.The act defines who is an "Indian" and contains certain legalrights and legal disabilities for registered Indians. The rightsexclusive to Indians in the Indian Act are beyond legal challengeunder the Constitution Act, 1982. Section 25 of the ConstitutionAct, 1982 provides that the Canadian Charter of Rights andFreedoms shall not be interpreted as negating aboriginal, treatyor other rights of Canadas aboriginal peoples.StatusThough people accepted into band membership under band rulesmay not be status Indians, C-31 clarified that various sections ofthe Indian Act would apply to such membersVote 4 P. ANNA PADDON May 14, 2013 INDEPENDENT MLA NANAIMO NORTH COWICHANEmail: paz4Tunnel@hotmail.caFinancial Agent P Anna Paddon 104-450Stewart Ave. Nanaimo V9S5E9paz4Tunnel@hotmail.caAboriginal peoplesin CanadaWikipedia May 11 2013First NationsInuitMétis
    6. 6. The Indian Act gives the Minister of Aboriginal Affairs the right to "determine whether any purposefor which lands in a reserve are used is for the use and benefit of the band." Title to land withinthe reserve may only be transferred to the band or to individual band members. Reserve landsmay not be seized legally, nor is the personal property of a band or a band member living on areserve subject to "charge, pledge, mortgage, attachment, levy, seizure distress or execution infavour or at the instance of any person other than an Indian or a band" (section 89 (1) of theIndian Act). While the act was intended to protect the Indian holdings, the limitations make itdifficult for the reserves and their residents to obtain financing for development and construction,or renovation. To answer this need, Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation (CMHC) hascreated an on-reserve housing loan program. Members of bands may enter into a trust agreementwith CMHC, and lenders can receive loans to build or repair houses. In other programs, loans toresidents of reserves are guaranteed by the federal government.http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Indian_Act May 11 2013 Google Indian act.Due to treaty settlements, some Indian Reserves are now incorporated as Villages, such as New Aiyansh,British Columbia, which like other Nisgaa reserves was relieved of that status by the Nisgaa Treaty.Similarly, the Indian Reserves of the Sechelt Indian Band are now Indian Government Districts.Indian Reserve: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Indian_reserveVote 4 P. ANNA PADDON May 14, 2013 INDEPENDENT MLA NANAIMO NORTH COWICHANEmail: paz4Tunnel@hotmail.caFinancial Agent P Anna Paddon 104-450Stewart Ave. Nanaimo V9S5E9paz4Tunnel@hotmail.ca
    7. 7. The Indian ActProvinces and municipalities may expropriate reserve land only if specifically authorized by aprovincial or federal law. Few reserves have any economic advantages, such as resource revenues.The revenues of those reserves which do, are held in trust by the Minister of Indian Affairs. Reservelands and the personal property of bands and resident band members are exempt from all forms oftaxation except local taxation.Corporations owned by members of First Nations are not exempt, however. This exemption has allowedband members operating in proprietorships or partnerships to sell heavily taxed goods, such ascigarettes, on their reserves at prices considerably lower than those at stores off the reserves. Mostreserves are self-governed, within the limits already described, under guidelines established by the IndianAct.Due to treaty settlements, some Indian Reserves are now incorporated as Villages, such as New Aiyansh,British Columbia, which like other Nisgaa reserves was relieved of that status by the Nisgaa Treaty.Similarly, the Indian Reserves of the Sechelt Indian Band are now Indian Government Districts.Indian Reserve: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Indian_reserveVote 4 P. ANNA PADDON May 14, 2013 INDEPENDENT MLA NANAIMO NORTH COWICHANEmail: paz4Tunnel@hotmail.caFinancial Agent P Anna Paddon 104-450Stewart Ave. Nanaimo V9S5E9paz4Tunnel@hotmail.ca
    8. 8. SCHOOL ACT BC Ministry of Education Governance andLegislation Branch C-21 August 1, 2012 Division 2 -ParentsParents’ entitlements andresponsibilities 7 (1) A parent of astudent of school age attending aschool is entitled (a) to be informed,in accordance with the orders of theminister, of the student’sattendance, behaviour and progressin school, (b) on request, to theschool plan for the school and theachievement contract for the schooldistrict, and (c) to belong to aparents’ advisory councilestablished under section 8."educational program" means an organized set oflearning activities that, in the opinion of (a) the board,in the case of learning activities provided by the board,(a.1) the francophone education authority, in the case oflearning activities provided by the francophoneeducation authority, (b) the minister, in the case oflearning activities in a Provincial school, or (c) theparent, in the case of learning activities provided to achild registered under section 13, is designed to enablelearners to become literate, to develop their individualpotential and to acquire the knowledge, skills andattitudes needed to contribute to a healthy, democraticand pluralistic society and a prosperous andsustainable economy; "elector" means a residentelector or non-resident property elector;"early learning program" means a program forchildren who are less than school age, or whoseenrollment in an educational program has beendeferred under section 3 (2), that (a) is designed toimprove readiness for and success in kindergarten,and (b) requires a child participating in theprogram to be accompanied and supervised by thechilds parent or other person designated in writingby the parent;Vote 4 P. ANNA PADDON May 14, 2013 INDEPENDENT MLA NANAIMO NORTH COWICHANEmail: paz4Tunnel@hotmail.caFinancial Agent P Anna Paddon 104-450Stewart Ave. Nanaimo V9S5E9paz4Tunnel@hotmail.ca
    9. 9. Vote 4 P. ANNA PADDON May 14, 2013 INDEPENDENT MLA NANAIMO NORTH COWICHANEmail: paz4Tunnel@hotmail.caParents’ advisory council 8 (1) Parents of students of school age attending a school or a Provincial school may apply to the board orto the minister, as the case may be, to establish a parents’ advisory council for that school.(2) On receipt of an application under subsection (1), the board or minister must establish a parents’ advisory council for the schoolor the Provincial school.SCHOOL ACT BC Ministry of Education Governance and Legislation Branch C-21 August 1, 2012 (3) There must be only oneparents’ advisory council for each school or Provincial school. (4) A parents advisory council, through its elected officers,may (a) advise the board and the principal and staff of the school or the Provincial school respecting any matter relating tothe school or the Provincial school, other than matters assigned to the school planning council, and (b) at the request ofthe school planning council, assist the school planning council in carrying out its functions under this Act. (5) A parentsadvisory council, in consultation with the principal, must make bylaws governing its meetings and the business andconduct of its affairs, including bylaws governing (a) the dissolution of the parents advisory council, (b) the election ofmembers to represent the parents advisory council on the school planning council, and (c) the election of a member torepresent the parents advisory council on the district parents advisory council. (6) Voting at an election referred to insubsection (5) (b) and (c) must be by secret ballot. [2002-53-5, effective May 30/02] School planning council 8.1 (1) A boardmust establish a school planning council for each school, except a Provincial resource program, in its school district. (2)At the request of 3 parents of students attending a Provincial resource program, a board may establish a school planningcouncil for the Provincial resource program. (3) A school planning council for a school consists of the following persons:(a) the principal of the school; (b) one of the teachers at the school, elected annually by secret ballot by the teachers whoteach at the school; (c) 3 representatives of the parents advisory council who are(i) parents of students enrolled in the school, and (ii) elected annually by the parents advisory council; (d) if the schoolenrolls students in grade 10, 11 or 12, one student of school age enrolled in one of those grades at the school, appointedannually by the principal of the school after consulting with the students enrolled in those grades at the school. (4) One ofthe representatives elected under subsection (3) (c) must be an elected officer of the parents advisory council. (5) A boardmay appoint a person to fill a vacancy on a school planning council if (a) there is no parents advisory council for theschool,Financial Agent P Anna Paddon 104-450Stewart Ave. Nanaimo V9S5E9paz4Tunnel@hotmail.ca
    10. 10. DiagramRecreation CenterPenelakut IslandFunding ContractsBC Ferries Gabriola Penelakut IslandsEducation Cedar LadysmithAboriginalFirst NationsTunnel FundingPlanningTransportationInfrastructureP. Anna PaddonMLA May 14 2013Vote 4 P. ANNA PADDON May 14, 2013 INDEPENDENT MLA NANAIMO NORTH COWICHANEmail: paz4Tunnel@hotmail.caFinancial Agent P Anna Paddon 104-450Stewart Ave. Nanaimo V9S5E9paz4Tunnel@hotmail.ca
    11. 11. Table EnergyWind EnergyWind EnergyGepthermalGepthermalEnergyEnergyWave EnergyWave EnergySolar EnergySolar EnergyVote 4 P. ANNA PADDON May 14, 2013 INDEPENDENT MLA NANAIMO NORTH COWICHANEmail: paz4Tunnel@hotmail.caFinancial Agent P Anna Paddon 104-450Stewart Ave. Nanaimo V9S5E9paz4Tunnel@hotmail.ca
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    15. 15. Vote For P. Anna Paddon Nanaimo North Cowichan MLA May 14,2013 BC ProvincialElectionVote 4 P. ANNA PADDON May 14, 2013 INDEPENDENTMLANANAIMO NORTH COWICHANEmail: paz4Tunnel@hotmail.caFinancial Agent P Anna Paddon 104-450Stewart Ave. Nanaimo V9S5E9paz4Tunnel@hotmail.caFinancial Agent P Anna Paddon 104-450Stewart Ave. Nanaimo V9S5E9paz4Tunnel@hotmail.ca

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