REPORTING · 22nd December 2013
Nathan Cullen held a Christmas Open House at the Kitimat Public Library on Sunday, December 15th. He was there to talk with constituents and spread holiday cheer.
When asked what he has accomplished over the last year, he stated: “Locally we’ve had a great number of conversations and progress on responsible development of our resources and brought the voices of people stronger into that conversation than ever before.”
Cullen stated this has changed the culture of some of the proponents, making them respect the local communities even more.
Cullen’s plans for 2014 will hold some focus towards the next election. In Kitimat, it will be about managing the growth and making sure everyone benefits from the prosperity. There will be more conversations about LNG and tax clinics so people know how to put their taxes together in a manner to get all of their benefits.
Comment by rick on 7th January 2014
no ifference. same problems.. they you the insight for the next ten yrs. personal gains.... there all the same. arn`t they, seems to me...watch them grow from near nothing ,to good fortune. may you fallllllllllllll hard
Sound about right
Comment by JT on 3rd January 2014
So.....basically another year of you doing absolutely nothing. Way to earn that million dollar pension you voted for yourself.