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VANCOUVER — Every now and then, B.C. Premier Christy Clark exercises an “abundance of caution” and recuses herself from provincial government decisions or considerations that might put her in a conflict of interest, real or perceived. 786 more words
They’re the forgotten cousins of political donors, a beast that’s neither corporate nor union: trade associations.
If you have a shingle to hang, there’s one out there for you, even for the shingle maker. 671 more words
KELOWNA, B.C. — Former B.C. premier Bill Bennett, known as an architect of financial restraint in the province, has died in his hometown of Kelowna at the age of 83. 432 more words