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Now that Bill 11 has become law in B.C., giving the minister of education the power to determine what I do for my professional development, I'm looking forward to his plans to help me to deal with some challenges I have in my teaching practice. I have some questions that I hope he can answer.
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One could easily argue that on a daily basis, far more British Columbians are impacted by Facebook's policies than by any potential pipeline.
"They don't care about the colour of your skin, how much money you make, what you look like.... they just provide affection."
According to Tim Duncan, a Liberal research director said: "It's like the West Wing. You do whatever it takes to win."
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Our government would love nothing more then for all of us to turn a blind eye to yet anther bill that will strip rights from students, teachers, and parents and help give our education minister more power and control over a system he knows little about.
They allege that at times their solitary confinement cells were covered in feces
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"I'd be interested to know where the mayor and Bob Rennie are getting their information from."
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Clark described the community as "resilient."
The report said fumes from potential spills would make over one million people sick within two hours.
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The bigger issue isn't what candidates and parties can spend before the campaign, it's what they can spend during it. B.C.'s limits are so high they're pretty well meaningless.
B.C.'s Charter for Public Education is a public owned document, which stands as a testament to everything we as a community want and expect from our public school system. It is a document long forgotten somewhere between the never ending war against our public schools, funding cuts and dragged out court cases.
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This referendum isn't about TransLink's internal spending habits. It's on whether we want to fund public transit to the extent that it'll positively impact our generation and generations onward.
Saving is a simple concept in some sense. You do without now so that you can have something you need or want later. The incentive to save now is the later reward. But what is the reward that the B.C. Liberals have in store for us after "saving" taxpayers' money for the past 14 years?