Member of Parliament for Courtenay-Alberni
- As MP for four years, Gord has fought against increased oil tanker traffic, called for the elimination of wasteful single-use plastics, and worked to advocate for Indigenous rights.
- He’s passionate about human rights and the environment– and as a former small business owner, he knows the challenges facing working Canadians and the business they run.
- Gord will keep fighting for action on climate change and to make life more affordable for everyone in Canada.
Federal NDP Critic Secures Committee Study into Frozen-at-Sea Spot Prawn Regulations
Port Alberni – The federal NDP Critic for Fisheries and Oceans Gord Johns has secured a study at the Fisheries and Oceans Committee on the impacts of regulations affecting frozen-at-sea spot prawns.more »
GORD JOHNS STATEMENT ON TODAY’S COURT OF APPEALS RULING
I am both relieved and encouraged by today's ruling of the British Columbia Court of Appeal which removed inappropriate restrictions to the rights of these five Nuu-chah-nulth Nations to catch and sell fish. This is the most recent court decision re-affirming Indigenous fishing rights and overturns the lower court decision that has caused enormous expense to these Nations and hardship for families.more »
NDP Calls for More Small Business Support Through Third Wave of Pandemic
PORT ALBERNI – With a dangerous third wave and further restrictions on small business, NDP critic for small business, Gord Johns (Courtenay-Albern), is calling on the federal government to extend its COVID-19 relief for small business owners.more »