Hi <<First Name>>,

Got friends and family who would love to learn more about retirement planning, but only speak Chinese?

Following the huge success of the Youth Financial Literacy Workshop, I am excited to announce the next Financial Literacy Workshop for Seniors!
Join me and Chartered Professional Accountants of British Columbia - CPABC this upcoming Mandarin retirement planning session on Nov 10 will talk about how to plan for and manage your finances in retirement.
Send them the Zoom link for registration today!
參加免費【退休財務管理】中文網上講座。由我本拿⽐⿅湖區省議員康安禮Anne Kang 和卑詩特許專業會計師協會合辦,安排特許專業會計師提供專業、中⽴的常⽤退休理財策略,教你規劃退休財務,管理退休財富。
2021 年 11 月 10 上午10-11:30 Zoom線上見!
請到 註冊!


BC launches stronger climate plan for a better future

People across B.C. have seen the effects of climate change firsthand – from the recent unprecedented heatwave to record wildfires, flooding and droughts.

We know climate change is expected to make these extreme events more common, and that’s why we are accelerating and expanding climate action to meet the urgency of the climate crisis.

Earlier this week, our government released the CleanBC Roadmap to 2030, our detailed plan to fully meet B.C.’s climate targets and set our province on the path to net-zero emissions by 2050.

The roadmap shows a clear path to how we plan on reaching our emissions targets, and establishes an all of government approach to tackling climate change. The roadmap includes targeted actions across eight pathways, including low-carbon energy, transportation, industry, buildings and more. Some of these actions include:
  • a stronger price on carbon pollution to meet or exceed the federal benchmark, with supports for people and businesses;
  • reducing methane emissions from the oil and gas sector by 75% by 2030 (from 2014 levels), and nearly eliminating methane emissions from oil and gas, mining, forestry and industrial wood waste by 2035;
  • a nation-leading adoption of zero-emission vehicles (90% of new light-duty sales by 2030) and 100% ZEVs by 2035; 
  • completing B.C.’s Electric Highway by 2024 with a target of having 10,000 public EV charging stations by 2030;
  • new requirements to ensure all new buildings emit zero-carbon by 2030 and the highest energy efficiency standards for new space and water heating equipment;
  • accelerated mode shifts towards active transportation and public transit (increase share of trips to 30% by 2030; 40% by 2040; 50% by 2050);
Provincewide booster dose is next step in COVID-19 immunization plan

We’re working to make sure everyone maintains their sustained protection against COVID-19.More people in B.C. will start to receive invitations for a COVID-19 booster shot as the Province continues its COVID-19 immunization plan.

The plan expands to include all British Columbians 12+ beginning in January 2022.

People 70+ who are registered in the Get Vaccinated System, as well as Indigenous Peoples 12+, will soon be invited to book their booster, which will help maintain protection against COVID-19. Booster doses are underway for other priority groups, including residents of long-term care and assisted living facilities and vulnerable people living in shelters or high-risk congregate settings, and are in use as part of outbreak management.

Our focus remains on saving lives and protecting the people at the highest risk in our community first, with boosters for everyone in B.C. 
Province takes aim at banning problem plastics

Protecting and preserving our environment is so important for the health and well-being of the planet and future generations. We’ve introduced new legislation that will help the Province move more quickly to remove plastic debris through phased-in provincewide product bans.

These changes are good for the environment, good for the economy and create stronger communities and a cleaner, brighter future.

For more information, please visit 
Improved system coming for children and youth with complex needs 

Every child should have access to the support and services they need to live a full, happy and health life.

Under the current patchwork of programs, many children and youth who are neurodiverse or have disabilities or other support needs aren’t able to access the level of care they need.

We’re taking action and creating a new service system so children, youth and their families will be able to quickly access information, expert intervention and therapies at a one-stop family connections hubs.

For more information, please visit

I'm here for you

if you have any questions or concerns about any provincial issue, please don’t hesitate to reach out. We are here to help you.

My office can be reached at (604) 775-0565 or 


Anne Kang, MLA
Burnaby-Deer Lake
From now until February 28, 2022, your Legislative Assembly is accepting page poetry and spoken word submissions from K-12 students in BC!

Please share and encourage your brilliant kids to apply. I look forward to all the submissions!

For more information, please visit
Eerie Illusions

Enjoy a magical world presented by the Burnaby Village Museum. Discover many family-friendly attractions and surprises inside a Village overrun by unruly spirits, chatty crows and portals to different dimensions and times!

Dates: October 22-23, 5:00-11:00 pm
October 24-28, 6:00-10:00 pm
October 29-31, 5:00-11:00 pm
Cost: Adults $10
Children $5 (2-12 years)
Free for children under 2 years

Visit here for more information:

Address: 6501 Deer Lake Ave 
Phone: 604-297-4565
Event Tickets: 604-205-3000
StoryWalk Burnaby

Enjoy a walk with your family and read a story together with Storywalk®. Laminated pages from engaging children’s books have been installed along an outdoor path. As you stroll down the trail, you’re directed to the next page in the story. 

Burnaby Public Library and Burnaby Parks Recreation and Cultural service has teamed up to offer:

How do you Dance by Thyra Heder

Cameron Park 
9375 Cameron St, Burnaby
Get directions

October 4-December 6
*not available October 29-31

Visit here for more information:
Letters to the MLA from our youth

Have thoughts you would like to share with the MLA? We'd love to hear them! We welcome submissions from all youth of Burnaby-Deer Lake. Email us at with your letter to the MLA.

We welcome youth submissions to be featured in our weekly newsletter!
COVID-19 updates from the BC Centre for Disease Control
Total vaccine doses administered in B.C. are 8,218,844.

There are currently 4,982 active cases in British Columbia as of October 29, 2021. A total of 200,249 people who tested positive have recovered. 

As of today, there have been more than 4,273,296 completed tests. Our province has adjusted testing to 815,886 people per 1,000,000.

For more information, please visit BCCDC's website
COVID Resources
For medical info, visit or call 811 
For vaccination info, visit 
For financial supports for people and businesses, visit this page
For PHO orders and guidance, visit this page
For seniors looking for additional support, or for those looking to support seniors, call 211 or visit 
For virtual mental health resources, click here.   
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