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WATCH: Planning Starts for Second Bridge

Premier Christy Clark says she is living up to her election promise by starting the planning for a second bridge over Okanagan Lake.

Clark, who is also the MLA for Westside-Kelowna, has now committed two million dollars to begin the planning process for a second crossing linking Kelowna and West Kelowna. 220 more words


WATCH: Premier Christy Clark an obliging MLA

KELOWNA, B.C. – “Our MLA, the Premier of British Columbia.”

It’s becoming a familiar introduction in Kelowna, and was repeated yet again Wednesday as Christy Clark parachuted into the Okanagan Valley for more funding announcements. 597 more words


Province injects $100,000 into Skate Canada Kelowna event

KELOWNA — B.C. Premier Christy Clark made another visit to the Kelowna area Wednesday and she brought her chequebook with her.

Clark dropped by Prospera Place where she announced that the provincial government is contributing $100,000 in support of Skate Canada International. 144 more words


Okanagan MLA Becomes Agriculture Minister

VICTORIA – Premier Christy Clark has announced that Kelowna-Lake Country MLA Norm Letnick will become this province’s new Minister of Agriculture.

Letnick replaces Pat Pimm who has been battling colon cancer for several months. 126 more words


Tributes flow in for former finance minister Jim Flaherty - 'a terrible loss for our country'

NEWS — Tributes have begun coming in for former federal finance minister Jim Flaherty, who died today in his Ottawa home.

The cause of death was not immediately known, though Flaherty was known to have had some health problems. 261 more words


B.C politicians react to the death of former finance minister Jim Flaherty

Above: Watch B.C. Premier Christy Clark’s shocked reaction as Global News tells her that former federal finance minister Jim Flaherty has died.

B.C. politicians are expressing their condolences to the loved ones of former finance minister Jim Flaherty, … 241 more words


B.C. First Nations sign LNG revenue-sharing agreements

VICTORIA — The British Columbia government has moved to bring First Nations on board its much-anticipated multibillion-dollar liquefied natural gas boom.

Two north coast First Nations signed revenue-sharing agreements Wednesday with the government related to the development of a proposed liquefied natural gas export terminal on their traditional territories near Prince Rupert. 475 more words