Fedderly Calls for Protection of Landowner Rights
FORT ST. JOHN --- Bob Fedderly released a call for the protection of landowners rights and strengthened policies to open up revenue opportunities for farmers.
“The Peace is the largest agricultural region in the province and our farmers produce almost all of BC’s grains and canola,” said Fedderly. “Our government should be working hard to ensure our industry and agriculture is not disadvantaged by unfair taxes and unreasonable land-use restrictions.”
Fedderly outlined the following priorities:
- Reform the Agricultural Land Commission to allow home site severance and the exclusion of low-quality land for industrial use
- Protect landowner rights and ensure ...
Fedderly Supports LNG, Opposes Carbon Tax
For Immediate Release
April 20, 2017
Fedderly Supports LNG, Opposes Carbon Tax
FORT ST. JOHN Bob Fedderly renewed his call for the development of LNG facilities and connecting pipelines today. Citing an increase in jobs for BC, Fedderly called on BC citizens of all political stripes to join in supporting the development of a robust LNG industry.
“Hats off to Alan Yu and the FSJ for LNG team for their great work into bringing this issue to the forefront,” said Mr. Fedderly. “This kind of leadership is exactly what our province needs and I look forward to ...Read More
Northern Businesses Support Bob Fedderly
Thanks for the support - let's make sure BC prospers!Read More
Peace River North Could Elect Independent
April 12, 2017 JESSICA FEDIGAN - energeticcity.ca
FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. – With the provincial election creeping up in British Columbia, many people are wondering what the results will be on May 9.
In the Peace River North riding, there are three Independent candidates: Jeff Richert, Bob Fedderly and Rob Fraser.
A poll isn’t always correct, as we saw during the 2013 Provincial Election in which polls were suggesting that the NDP would come away with a dominant win. Then came election night and Christy Clark ended up winning by a fairly large margin.
But according to a poll that was ...Read More
MLA Huntington makes case for independents
Aleisha Hendry / Alaska Highway News
APRIL 6, 2017 11:37 AM
In a riding where three independent candidates are expected to be on the Peace River North ballot next month, voters might be wondering just what an independent MLA can actually do in Victoria.
Delta South MLA Vicki Huntington paid Fort St. John a visit on April 5 to share her experience as a two-term independent, and gave her endorsement to local candidate Bob Fedderly, whose campaign hosted the event.
While people often told her that independent MLAs are set up with basement offices in the legislature, get no ...Read More
Independent MLA to Visit Fort St. John
Vicki Huntington who represents Delta South, is visiting Fort St. John on April 5 at 7:00 p.m. at the North Peace Cultural Centre. The event is scheduled to run until 8:30 p.m.
Huntington isn’t coming just for a leisurely visit. She is set to speak at the event which is being put on my Independent Bob Fedderly, who is running in the Peace River North riding. He is one of three Independents in the riding.
Huntington served two terms as the MLA for Delta South.
Fedderly, who says he has known Huntington for a while, says ...Read More
Fort Nelson - Meet & Greet
Bob Fedderly will be hosting a meet and greet in Fort Nelson on March 19, 2017.
Come meet Bob and discuss his plans for
- creating jobs,
- building infrastructure, and
- cleaning up politics.
Sunday, May 19, 2017
6pm - 7:30pm
3995 50th Avneue S, Fort Nelson, British Columbia V0C 1R0
Strength in Independence
Zoë Ducklow / Alaska Highway News
MARCH 1, 2017 08:25 AM
Bob Fedderly launched his campaign for MLA to a packed audience at Whole Wheat and Honey on Feb. 23. There, the independent candidate laid out to supporters his campaign’s focus: creating jobs for the north and cleaning up politics.
Fedderly is running as an independent, something he says will make him more effective than a party MLA.
“We’re 800 miles from the Lower Mainland, and we can tell. With the party system, nothing gets heard down south. You have to go with an independent voice here,” ...Read More
The Power of Independence
Alaska Highway News
FEBRUARY 21, 2017 02:24 PM
Recent postings by Pat Pimm on social media have suggested that a Liberal MLA can do a better job than an Independent will do. This is simply not true.
When Pat says that “what people in the Peace Country want is 180 degrees different than what they believe in North Vancouver and other areas in the Lower Mainland,” a party affiliated MLA will always vote with the party, rather than with Peace River North constituents. In the last sitting of the Legislature, this was proven true as Pat voted with ...Read More
Another Independent candidate to run in Peace River North riding for upcoming provincial election
FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. – A Fort St. John businessman is throwing his name into the Peace River North riding for the provincial election on May 9th. Bob Fedderly confirmed to Energeticcity.ca that he will be running in the upcoming election as an Independent. Fedderly, who owns Fedderly Transporation Ltd. in Fort St. John, says he believes that it is time for a change in government and that a new voice needs to be heard in Victoria. He has been involved in business for around 30 years and believes that is something that he can use to his ...Read More