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Skeena-Bulkley Valley MP reflects on 2021

2021 was a hard year for Canadians and community members in the Northwest.

That is according to Skeena-Bulkley Valley MP Taylor Bachrach as he reflected on 2021.

He added that the pandemic continued to shape the dynamics of the community, the strike in Kitimat and the extreme weather events across the province.

Bachrach explained to Vista Radio what the most memorable moment was for him this year.

“The biggest memorable moment for me in 2021 was being re-elected by the good people of Skeena-Bulkley Valley to represent them for another mandate. It continues to be a huge honour and I’m working hard on their behalf,” he said.

Bacharach added he is hopeful that in 2022 there is more positive news.

He also said in 2022 he plans on bringing forward numerous issues on behalf of people in the Northwest.

“I’m really honoured to continue my work as NDP’s transport critic bringing issues like rail safety, and affordable bus transportation to the national conversation and pushing for solutions for people,” Bachrach said.

He added that other ideas are in the works such as the bill that was tabled last week to lower the voting age to 16.

According to Bachrach there is a lot of work that needs to be done and is looking forward to talking to people about these issues.

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