"If people are coming to study, they have to study. If for any reason you’re interested in coming to Canada primarily to work and succeed economically, then apply for a work permit.”
RCMP Officer & Member of One Voice Canada Society
We’re strengthening our economy through investments in child care and affordable housing, making sure people can afford to live in the communities where there is work, and supporting parents to return to the work force by delivering affordable, quality, accessible child care.
As we heard from the people, the top priorities for the City of Surrey are Skytrain, a city police force and Smart Development.
One of the greatest challenges in our community is ensuring that residents across South and North Delta feel like they are being treated fairly.
A strong response to ending the violence must also include communities and families coming together and finding solutions. Last fall, Premier Horgan announced $31.3 million over three years for critical enforcement and public safety initiatives.