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David Loukidelis said the government's freedom of information practices need to get better,
"The criteria is simple: books that I have read or re-read in 2015 and want to recommend."
That the present Senate is a bad joke, especially to British Columbia -- which has but two more seats than Prince Edward Island and four fewer than New Brunswick -- goes without saying. The temptation to simply say to hell with it is very strong indeed.
"Our position has not changed: the Senate should be fixed or folded but we should not be distracted by it."
"Christy Clark, rather than going triumphant to Paris as a climate leader, will be going as a climate failure."
The premier says British Columbians stands with Parisians in their grief.
The report is due to be finished by year's end.
"I am so honoured to have led this party through this federal election and so humbled in front of the effort that was deployed here in British Columbia,'' Mulcair said.
A decorated veteran, a lawyer, and a former regional chief.
Minister Todd Stone has said improving transportation along the corridor isn't practical.
Chief Marilyn Slett says existing agreements will still be honoured
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Video killed the radio star. But it's Peter Fassbender who is about to kill the independent civic politician.
The directive comes in response to a stinging privacy report that identifies major failures in the access to information practices in Christy Clark's office and two other ministries.