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Teri Mooring Jul 7
“I took a 20 per cent pay cut to move to BC from Ontario, with a 75 per cent reduction in benefits – I haven’t even calculated the difference in pension yet because it’s too depressing,” she says, half-jokingly.
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Laurie Throness Jul 13
Just saw the movie Unplanned. I thought it was generally fair; certainly a serious, impactful true story, well-presented. People were wiping their eyes afterward, including me, and I felt a great sadness for our culture. But also hope. You should see it.
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Carole James Jul 11
Homes should be for people, not speculative investment. Early data shows foreign owners, satellite families and those with empty homes will pay $115M in the first fiscal year, and more than 99.8% of British Columbians are exempt.
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Lesli Boldt Jul 9
Listening to ’s Aaron Zifkin on opposing “onerous" requirement for Class 4 license. Here are requirements (plus a $40 fee) - if you’re a good driver already, you’re healthy, they’re not “onerous”. They looks like acceptable minimum standards, to me.
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Mike Hudema Jul 14
BAM! to ban all petrol and diesel cars and motorbikes by 2030 We have solutions to the crisis. Time for a wholistic plan to implement them. Sign on today:
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Bob Mackin Jul 15
Her habit was deciding, in a high-handed way, to make unilateral decisions. Until overruled by judges. (Ask teachers). Why does any media outlet give her a mic and a camera without first assigning its best reporter to a full, on-record interview about her time in office?
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Lorrie Goldstein 16h
How B.C.’s formerly ‘revenue neutral’ carbon tax turned into another government cash grab : Charles Lammam & Taylor Jackson: It will result in a cumulative $865 million tax increase on British Columbians — so much for revenue neutrality
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Bob Mackin Jul 9
Q: Does the full theatrical release or DVD of Andrew Wilkinson: Talking About Himself include memories of lobbying for an immigrant investor fund, defending Big Tobacco or blowing $20M on government ads before the 2017 election? Asking for British Columbians.
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The Tyee 13h
Old growth trees — the wettest and most fire-resistant — have been B.C.’s most important allies against wildfires. They are now under threat.
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Mondee Redman 🍁🐾🐄🐐 Jul 12
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Brad West Jul 9
Must read. The action and inaction of belongs under the microscope of the public inquiry.
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Norm Farrell, IN-SIGHTS.CA Jul 14
Said Ian Jessop: "The corporate elites are always looking for a government handout and the political sycophants are always ready and able to oblige them."
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Norm Farrell, IN-SIGHTS.CA 15h
Is it possible that someone who received millions of dollars from the public purse avoided paying liquor, sales and other taxes? Perhaps his BC Press Gallery pals could explain. Or is that kind of inquiry only made by freelancers?
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BC Premier's Meme Team 2h
The 1990s revamp no one asked for.
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Norm Farrell, IN-SIGHTS.CA 13h
When BC LibCons promote "free enterprise" they mean enterprise free from regulations and laws that encourage competition and protect consumers from market place abuses.
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Sam Cooper Jul 11
EXCLUSIVE: Sources say RCMP opened file on Liberal MP whose firm facilitated real estate deals in B.C. "transnational money-laundering"
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Sonia Furstenau Jul 15
Old-growth forests are resilient & we need them for water, air, protecting communities from drought, flooding, & landslides. I couldn't have said it better myself . It's time for the BC Gov't to step up and protect coastal .
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mtnbvan™ 🚨#CooperCommission🔎💸 Jul 11
Data shows that foreign owners, satellite families and Canadians living outside B.C. make up approximately 80% of those paying the tax. On average, homes captured...are 46% more expensive than homes exempt from..SVT in the taxable areas
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The Vindicado Data Analysis Group Intl™️ 14h
What kind of coward threatens you and then blocks you so you can’t reply. Mayor David Screech, the guy who wants to take cash from the PRC, the regime that kidnaps Canadians, harvests organs and kills Muslims. What a pathetic human you are David.
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PPC Burnaby South Official riding Jul 15
We wanted to thank everyone who came to our first annual PPC BBQ! Special thanks to for making it out to enjoy the day
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