Lobbying Activity Report

487-4856

Organization: British Columbia Maritime Employers Association
Associated registration: 6825-487-6
Lobbying Activity date: 2020-12-09
Arranged a meeting: Yes
Posted date: 2021-01-15

In-house lobbyists who participated in the lobbying activity: Mike Leonard Footnote1
Senior Public Office Holders who were lobbied in this activity: Jennifer Rice, MLA, Parliamentary Secretary for Emergency Preparedness
Member(s) of the BC Legislative Assembly
 
Subject Matter of the Lobbying Activity
Specific Topics of Lobbying Communications Intended Outcomes Associated Subject Matters
Advocating to the B.C. Government to support policies that boost port competitiveness, including taking an active role through the federal Port Modernization Review to ensure that policies and a modernized governance framework are realized that allows B.C. Ports to grow and continue to be economic engines for communities up and down B.C.'s coast.
  • Development, establishment, amendment or termination of any program, policy, directive or guideline of the government of British Columbia or a Provincial entity
Economic Development and Trade, Finances and Budgets, International Trade, Labour/Labour Relations, Taxation and Finance, Transportation
In advance of Budget 2021, advocating to the B.C. Government on the important role British Columbia Maritime Employers Association member companies play providing good-paying, family-supporting jobs up and down B.C.'s coast, and, recommending against fiscal, policy and regulatory measures that would add further costs and burden the employers of workers already strained by the economic impacts of COVID-19.
  • Development, establishment, amendment or termination of any program, policy, directive or guideline of the government of British Columbia or a Provincial entity
COVID-19, Economic Development and Trade, Finances and Budgets, Labour/Labour Relations, Taxation and Finance, Transportation
Seeking a collaborative and coordinated public health response to COVID-19 positive cases among Waterfront workers.
  • Development, establishment, amendment or termination of any program, policy, directive or guideline of the government of British Columbia or a Provincial entity
COVID-19, Health, Labour/Labour Relations, Transportation
Advising on how BC's globally competitive ports can continue to play an essential role in Canada's economic and social recovery from the impacts of COVID-19 and the extraordinary efforts underway to protect the health and safety of Waterfront workers while ensuring the continuity of critical cargo operations, and seeking continued collaboration with elected officials and government departments on ensuring port competitiveness. Footnote1
  • Development, establishment, amendment or termination of any program, policy, directive or guideline of the government of British Columbia or a Provincial entity
COVID-19, Economic Development and Trade, Health, Labour/Labour Relations, Taxation and Finance, Transportation Footnote1
 
Senior officer who filed this Lobbying Activity Report: Mike Leonard
 
The above name is that of the most senior paid officer who is responsible for filing a Lobbying Activity Report for the organization (the Designated Filer), whether that person participated in this lobbying activity or not.
 
  1. Footnote1  Indicates new information that was added through a Lobbying Activity Report.
 

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