MLA is available

Given the continuing job action, I want to put some rumours to rest and assure constituents that my office has been open and remains open.

Given the continuing job action, I want to put some rumours to rest and assure constituents that my office has been open and remains open to serve.

Given a well-organized, province-wide campaign to contact MLA offices, we have received a much higher than usual volume of correspondence, much of which is from people who do not live in the area. That being said, we are making a concerted effort to prioritize and return enquiries from constituents on a timely basis.

I am proud to be the MLA for Parksville-Qualicum and I do my very best to be available in my office and in the community. I encourage any of my neighbours and constituents to contact me if they have questions or concerns they’d like to share.

My office is located at Unit 2B-1209 Island Highway East, at Arbutus Rd., and can be contacted at 250-248-2625 or by e-mail at

Michelle Stilwell,

MLA Parksville-Qualicum


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