LETTERS: Constituents deserve to hear Conservatives’ plan on climate, environment

Editor:

A brochure has just arrived from our MP Kerry-Lynn Findlay. In it, MP Findlay said she had been appointed as shadow minister for environment and climate.

MP Findlay, if you are the shadow minister – and the representative for South Surrey-White Rock – it is important for you to let us know what you are specifically supporting, or not supporting.

What is the Conservative plan for environment and climate?

During the election, Ms. Findlay was asked specifically about the party platform.

In response, at our meeting, she said the government did not have a climate plan.

In your newspaper she did not give, or provide, any ideas or overview of their policies or plans.

Ms. Findlay, you indicated in your brochure, as you stated, “I am truly excited to take on the challenge.”

Let us know what the plan(s) are that you challenge and support – or not.

As our representative MP, you owe the electorate the “plan” in writing and at a public meeting here in South Surrey-White Rock. And at the meeting, we need to know how and what you will do as shadow minister for the Conservatives.

Arlene McGinn, South Surrey

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