Welcome to my MP website. 

 

Vancouver Kingsway is a shining example of the best that Canada can be: a vibrant community of people from all corners of the world living, working and thriving together.

Our diversity, creativity and harmony are truly our strength.

It is an honour to represent our interests in Parliament.

From creating the sustainable economy of tomorrow to building truly affordable housing to improving our health care system, I know that we can achieve much more by working together.

The goal of this website is to keep you up-to-date on the latest work that I'm doing in Parliament on your behalf and provide you with access to federal resources available through my constituency office.

Please do not hesitate to contact me to discuss any federal issue of concern or if you need help with any federal department.

I look forward to building a better Canada for everyone, together.

Don Davies MP

Vancouver Kingsway

Latest News

NDP Critic says Tories aren't solely to blame for problems at Public Health Agency

Ottawa’s math is being challenged after Prime Minister Justin Trudeau suggested this week that problems at the Public Health Agency of Canada are due largely to a lack of support by the previous government, not his own.

Few to use new sickness benefit for COVID-19 diagnosis

Few to use new sickness benefit for COVID-19 diagnosis

Parliament’s spending watchdog says relatively little of the government’s new sickness benefit will go to people who have tested positive for COVID-19.

In a report Wednesday morning, the parliamentary budget officer estimated only $50 million out of the estimated $655 million of the new sickness benefit will go to workers who have COVID-19.

MPs, experts welcome new mental health spending, but urge feds to take more decisive action

MPs, experts welcome new mental health spending, but urge feds to take more decisive action

As the federal government seeks to turn the Throne Speech from rhetoric into reality, some Parliamentarians say they are frustrated with the level of investment and lack of associated information dedicated to mental health in the government’s latest COVID relief bill, which unanimously passed the House on Sept. 30. MPs and mental health advocates are urging the federal government to take this moment to expand public mental health coverage to address the issues that predate the pandemic and those that’ve been exacerbated by it.