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Ever wonder exactly how much all this government advertising is actually costing you?
One of the biggest issues that has faced British Columbians since the BC Liberals came to power has been the treatment of seniors
This April 6th to 10th, Invermere will be hosting the Slow Food Canada National Summit
as your representative to the Legislature, I’ve been thinking a lot about public policy and public spending.
Christmas and New Year celebrations are a wonderful part of winter here in Columbia River-Revelstoke.
another news report that food prices are going to rise even further in 2016
There are few places in British Columbia that are more connected to power generation than Columbia River- Revelstoke
Lots of snow, early would sure get us started on what should be a very strong winter tourism season in the Columbia River–Revelstoke.
Your government has a responsibility to retain relevant documents and to provide access under the Freedom of Information Act.
The only way this will be our reality is to have a democratic system that actually works.
One of our Kootenay communities recently received a massive blow, affecting not just the Village of Canal Flats
need for the provincial government to vigorously protect our lakes and rivers
The British Columbia Legislature has been recalled this summer to pass legislation related to Liquefied Natural Gas.
People in the communities I represent want to make decisions for themselves.
On the May long weekend in Alberta, a boat infested with zebra and quagga mussels was stopped by government inspectors
The firing of Agricultural Land Commission chair Richard Bullock matters
To say that there is a gap between what the B.C. Liberals promised and the current reality would be a bit of an understatement.
the powers in faraway places will never fully understand the impacts of the decisions they are making.
the way government decisions on land can benefit their friends, and the way that zoning of land can drastically affect its value.
For twenty years, the Columbia Basin Trust (CBT) has provided proof that tremendous things can happen.