Sheila Malcolmson Member of Parliament Nanaimo—Ladysmith
  • Critic for Status of Women

Upcoming Events

Nanaimo TPP Town Hall
Starts: July 27th, 2016, 7:00pm
Where: White Sails Brewing

July 21st, 2016

MMIWG Inquiry must be broad and include police

OTTAWA – The Liberal government must listen to Indigenous families and set out broad terms of reference for any national inquiry into missing and murdered indigenous women and girls, according to NDP Status of Women Critic Sheila Malcolmson (Nanaimo – Ladysmith).

July 19th, 2016

Bids Open to Remove Abandoned Vessel from Ladysmith Harbour

LADYSMITH — The process of removing and recycling the Viki Lyne II, an abandoned vessel that the federal government towed into Ladysmith Harbour in 2012, has now begun. The Government of Canada has started the tender process and is accepting bids for the contract to deconstruct the vessel.

June 23rd, 2016

Top 10 Ways We Made Parliament Work For You

During this first session of Parliament, Sheila Malcolmson and the NDP team showed Canadians that we will continue to fight for fairness and stand up for them. Here's how:

June 14th, 2016

Decriminalize marijuana now

I am hearing from a broad range of people in Nanaimo—Ladysmith who are confused by the federal government's messages on marijuana, so here is a nine-part list I presented in Parliament about who is affected by leaving marijuana regulations uncertain. We are calling for immediate decriminalization in a vote today in the House of Commons.

June 6th, 2016

Risks, Costs of Abandoned Vessels Extend to Ferry System

"Mr. Speaker, I stand in support of Motion No. 40 and I thank my colleague for bringing it to the House.

June 5th, 2016

Towns Facing Threat of Abandoned Vessels Need Federal Help

OTTAWA – The continuing risks and costs posed by a decaying ship in Shelburne, Nova Scotia highlight the urgent need for a country-wide abandoned vessel solution, says Sheila Malcolmson, the NDP MP for Nanaimo-Ladysmith. Shelburne’s mayor has applied for an arrest warrant for the absentee owner of the MV Farley Mowat, which has already sunk into the town’s harbor once and remains an environmental threat.