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Brooks to Clark - Where is your plan? What is the cost?

Kamloops- August 21, 2014 -Dan Brooks, Leader of the BC Conservatives, said today that British Columbians deserve to know if Premier Christy Clark has a plan to ensure that the province’s public schools will open as scheduled on September 2, and, if so, how much her plan will cost. 280 more words

Time running out to have your say on ALR changes

OKANAGAN — Debates over agricultural land have plowed into the spotlight in the past year with contention over regulations and proposed changes to the Agricultural Land Reserve. 448 more words

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Letters: For-profit health care, Arbutus 'trespassers,' anti-marijuana rhetoric

 FOR PROFIT HEALTH CARE HAS NO RIGHT OPERATING IN CANADA

Beware! Our health-care system is being accosted!

Despite its “warts,” Canadians value Canada’s health-care system. It has been a right for over 40 years, since Tommy Douglas fought to provide equitable, world-class health care to all Canadians. 805 more words

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Brian Hutchinson: Clark still promising natural gas dream will produce 'billions' to slay B.C.'s debt

Time and other factors are shredding British Columbia’s $1-trillion liquefied natural gas (LNG) expansion dreams, served up by Premier Christy Clark and leading to her successful — and disingenuous — provincial election campaign last year. 788 more words

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Letters: Landlords, Arbutus corridor, mining mess, border issues, Marc Emery

LANDLORDS CEDE CONTROL TO RENTERS

The rental tenancy branch (RTB) is indeed biased toward the tenant. In fact, when you “don the hat of landlord,” all rights to your property are “bequeathed” to the tenant and his henchwomen at the RTB. 828 more words

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WATCH: Penticton getting new hospital tower

PENTICTON — Penticton is getting a new patient care tower at its hospital.

Premier Christy Clark made the announcement Wednesday in Penticton.

“As Penticton continues to grow, so does the demand on services Penticton families rely on, including the hospital. 144 more words

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