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Blue Water Area girls soccer team capsules

ALGONAC MUSKRATS

COACH: Shelby Fordt

RETURNING LETTERWINNERS: 4

LETTERWINNERS LOST: 6

2014 RECORD: 4-7

CONFERENCE: Blue Water Area Conference

COACH’S OUTLOOK: “We are very young this year. 1,109 more words

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Bill C-51 could 'impinge' rights: B.C. premier

B.C. Premier Christy Clark is raising concerns that the federal government’s anti-terrorism bill could “impinge” on the rights of Canadians.

The premier questions Bill C-51 in an interview on CTV’s Question Period, saying the legislation requires “adequate oversight.” 78 more words

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Neighbourly advice from one premier with a surplus to another with an unprecedented deficit

Watch: B.C. Premier Christy Clark offers some neighborly advice to Alberta Premier Jim Prentice.

Though they lie side by side, the economic situations in Alberta and British Columbia couldn’t be further apart. 478 more words

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Kelly McParland: Death by caucus is a growing scourge among premiers

Manitoba Premier Greg Selinger faces a fate this weekend that has become something of a trend in Canadian provincial politics: death by caucus.

Members of the Manitoba NDP – the only New Democratic Party government in Canada – will… 943 more words

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Premier intervenes after union files lawsuit

VICTORIA – Premier Christy Clark has intervened to reverse BC Hydro’s decision to switch to an open-shop format that would prohibit union organizing on the $8.8-billion Site C dam. 263 more words

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Keith MacIntyre: Teachers must replace angry, combative BCTF leaders

Last year, I ran for school trustee in Penticton, falling one position short of winning. Through the process, I met other trustees, the superintendent of schools, teachers, principals, parents, students, the union, MLAs and many citizens in my district. 660 more words

Opinion

How long will Clark stay on cruise control?

VICTORIA – Last week’s throne speech and this week’s provincial budget make it clear the provincial government is very much on cruise control, and I suspect that’s just the way Premier Christy Clark wants it. 747 more words

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