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BCTF Aug 21
The government is trying to roll back teachers' Supreme Court win by gutting collective agreement guarantees on class size, class composition, and the number of specialist teachers in . The promised better, parents expected better, and kids deserve better.
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Dogwood Aug 21
Imperial Metals got away with the Mount Polley mine disaster. Now they want to drill for gold in the Skagit River headwaters. 😤Look at the mess they've made already.
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Handmaids For Kenney Aug 20
In a stunning coincidence, Leela Aheer ran into the exact same person as Andrew Scheer (same shirt and everything). You'd almost think that she was being put up as some sort of contrived every person by the CPC or something.
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Mike Hudema Aug 19
Canada is warming twice as fast as the rest of the world. That's not good. There is no time to waste. There is no planet B. .
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Patti Bacchus Aug 17
From a guy whose govt spent hundreds of thousands of taxpayers’ money “auditing” the 🙄
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Mack McCorkindale Aug 17
Yes, how dare the BC NDP... *Checks notes* ...build housing with 24 hour supports for people in desperate need. How outrageous!
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Mike Hudema 23h
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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Norman Spector Aug 24
"We don’t need Trudeau’s apology. We need him to be an honourable member of parliament and resign."
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theBreaker.news Aug 17
VIDEO: Fuerdai rolls-up in a convertible Mercedes-Benz to the lot near Vancouver city hall, parks in a disabled-only spot, and cranks China's national anthem, March of the Volunteers. Passenger smokes a joint.
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Teri Mooring Aug 22
Beginning teacher salaries in B.C. have fallen far behind other provinces, given the cost of living, this makes recruitment and retention extremely difficult. Consequently, the acute teacher shortage won’t be solved without more action.
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Nickie 🧓🇨🇦 Aug 21
Replying to @ErinOTooleMP
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Mel Arnold Aug 23
At the well attended Vernon Gun Show this morning with volunteers and - a lot- of concerned legal firearms who want to talk about the Bill C-71.
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Stephen Punwasi Aug 24
It looks like this person crossed the line twice. Anti-Chinese discrimination in Vancouver, from an anti-racism advocate of all people. 🤷‍♂️
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Diane Wiens Aug 19
Hey, Let’s get a deal before students and teachers go back to school!
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Curious George Aug 20
And our corporate media dutifully spread the propaganda. “IBC is keen to make British Columbians drivers think they pay more in car insurance premiums to justify privatizing car insurance.”
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Max Kingsley 🍀 8h
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Brad West Aug 20
There’s usually a long line up of politicians who rightfully condemn displays of harassment, bullying & intimidation on our streets. Not a damn peep about this. I won’t be one of them. This is wrong.
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Teri Mooring Aug 24
This is what happens in an underfunded system, it’s supplemented by teachers who also make the 2nd lowest wages in the country. All the while living in a province with the highest cost of living. Surely we can do better than this .
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Travis Lupick 22h
"So far, BC is on track to see 1,076 fatal overdoses in 2019. That’s significantly fewer than 1,535 deaths in 2018. But 1,076 is still unfathomably higher than the annual average of 204 deaths that BC experienced from 2001 to 2010."
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BC Liberals | Opportunity for all of BC 6h
Andrew Wilkinson — The next 25 years in British Columbia BC Liberal leader shares his vision for a growing BC and the need to prepare for population growth with the right housing, transit, roads, and bridges. Learn more at .
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