Chris Wedlock was killed in a tragic car accident in October, 2022. His widow, Tanya Wedlock, has been pursuing improvements to legislation. On May 16, 2023 Tanya Wedlock, her mother Linda Jackson, and Chris Wedlock’s mother, Linda Wedlock attended the legislative sitting where I asked the following questions. Mr. Trivers: Madam Speaker, on October 21st, […]
On November 22, 2022 I was able rise in the Legislative Assembly to second Motion 126 “Thanking our first responders”. A huge thank you to first responders and volunteer firefighters in our communities. Please find video and transcript below. Transcript: Hansard-22 November 2022 – Thanking Our First Responders (go to page 61 of 65 […]
A cheque from an off-Island company was cashed, cleared, and deposited in the chequing account of the client. The source company then went bankrupt, and the money was returned to them. Why was the bank allowed to do this?
“Your leader says you will hold the government accountable. I hope this means looking (HARD) into the e-gaming, PNP, and loans that have been forgiven. Islanders need to know the government and non-government peoples who benefited from all the money, are held accountable and brought to justice if need be. Simply being in government does […]