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Selina Robinson

Coquitlam-Maillardville


Local Government and Sports, Seniors
102 - 1108 Austin Avenue, Coquitlam, V3K 3P5
604-933-2001

 

About Selina

Selina Robinson was elected as the MLA for Coquitlam-Maillardville in May, 2013.

Selina is the New Democrat Opposition spokesperson for local government and sports.

Born and raised in the suburbs of Montreal, Selina has been actively engaged in the Coquitlam community since moving there nearly 20 years ago.

As a former city councilor, Selina advocated for the rights of taxpayers, fought to protect the health of children and families by introducing a local ban on cosmetic pesticides and worked to improve access for people with disabilities as chair of the Coquitlam Universal Access-Ability Advisory Committee. Prior to being elected, Selina had a home-based family therapy practice, was the Director of Development for SHARE Family and Community Services and was a Counselling Instructor and Program Developer at the University of British Columbia’s Life and Learning Centre and Vancouver Community College. Selina is also a member of the Coquitlam Terry Fox Run organizing committee and the Tri-Cities Chamber of Commerce Membership Committee.

Selina lives with her husband Dan in the Ranch Park neighbourhood of Coquitlam-Maillardville where they raised their now adult children, Aaron and Leya.

MLA Mandate Letter

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MLA Expenses

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Latest News for Selina Robinson

New Democrat bill would help protect animals in distress

VICTORIA— New Democrat MLA, Selina Robinson, introduced a bill that would help prevent animals from suffering or dying in vehicles during the heat of summer. “We cannot have another summer with animals dying while left alone in hot vehicles, it …

New Democrat MLAs are holding a seniors forum in Penticton

PENTICTON— New Democrat MLAs are holding a forum in Penticton to meet directly with seniors from the Okanagan area about the various concerns and issues that seniors are facing when accessing government programs, services, and supports. “With the Okanagan being home …

Women’s Caucus 2015 report

A year ends, and a new year begins Throughout 2015, the B.C. New Democrat Women’s Caucus was very active in raising issues of particular importance to women, as well as many other issues that concern all British Columbians. In this …