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EDITORIAL - Council's position on Ajax isn't just a simple yes or no

An Armchair Mayor editorial by Mel Rothenburger

THURSDAY’S meeting between City council and SLR Consulting was an oddly subdued affair, given the importance of the topic. 607 more words


TAUBE - Why Canada should bring back leadership reviews

U.K. PRIME MINISTER Theresa May’s snap election on June 8 to get a bigger majority government during Brexit didn’t pay off. May could pay the ultimate price and her fate should be a lesson to Canadian political parties. 659 more words

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EDIT - Throne Speech tries to steal some NDP-Green thunder

An Armchair Mayor editorial by Mel Rothenburger.

IF STEALING someone else’s thunder was against the law, the BC Liberals could be charged with theft.

As expected, today’s… 491 more words


IN THE HOUSE - 'Will seniors' landlord be People's Republic of China?'

Debate in Parliament Wednesday, June 21, 2017, about Beijing-based Anbang Insurance and unconfirmed reports of the arrest of its chairman Wu Xiaohui:

Mark Strahl, Chilliwack—Hope, BC… 397 more words

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B.C. POLITICS - How will B.C.'s NDP pay for deal with Greens?

The Fraser Institute

THE POWER-SHARING deal struck by the New Democratic Party and Green Party means British Columbians could soon see an NDP minority government propped up by the Greens. 596 more words

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ARTS - Kamloops Symphony names its new music director - Dina Gilbert

The Kamloops Symphony has a new music director.

The symphony announced today (June 21, 2017)  the search for a successor to the recently retired Bruce Dunn has been completed with the hiring of Dina Gilbert. 275 more words

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