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It is simply unacceptable to prioritize those incarcerated, as dangerous offenders, ahead of our most vulnerable citizens

Tragically, seniors in care facilities continue to die every day here in BC and are continually proven to be the most at-risk community

 

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Many of the largest increases in assessments are in rural BC, and especially in the hard-hit resource sector communities

Countless families are still on limited work schedules or have lost their small businesses; while many others are barely hanging on

 

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Thank you again for the incredible support and generosity you have shown

Our party is stronger and more united than ever, and with a new blank page to start 2021, I look forward to all that we will be able to accomplish

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British Columbians are losing loved ones at an alarming rate, while the government pats itself on the back for a job well-done

Yesterday’s briefing was the most tragic of all, as the 74 deaths announced means a further 441 British Columbians have died in December alone – an average of 15 a day

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2020 Year-End Review, and a look ahead to 2021, with Conservative BC leader Trevor Bolin

General elections are tough enough, but a snap election in which a party builds and outperforms decades of previous election results is extremely gratifying and bodes well for the future

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Whatever results come down from the BC Utilities Commission, this archaic one provider system needs to end

While BC awaits word from the BC Utilities Commission (BCUC), on a proposed average 15% rate drop, drivers remain unable to shop for the best value available

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End the Lock-Down of Seniors in Long-Term Care and Assisted Living

Even with the just announced roll-out of a vaccine, this pandemic will continue to impact our seniors for many more months

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We are at a pivotal time in our province, one in which people need security for the future -- this was missing from today’s Throne Speech

Where were the words showing government support of the resource sector – forestry, mining, oil and gas, energy?”

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Government to Government Resident Savings Scorecard: Manitoba Public Insurance $240 ... ICBC + BC Hydro = $4

BC’s NDP government of Premier John Horgan continues to make ICBC a source for political gain

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No matter how much you can afford to spend on your families needs for the holidays, BCs’ Conservatives ask you spend it with your local small businesses

Local small businesses are the backbone of our province

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