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Megan Devlin | Tomorrow’s doctors want comprehensive pain management, supervised injectable heroin and continuity of care for their patients.
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Harjap Grewal | Christy Clark's fracking and liquified natural gas dreams are being faced with a strong dose of reality, yet her government continues to champion the free market.
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Keith Reynolds | Last week British Columbia's provincial Finance Minister announced a $100,000 (9.1 per cent) increase in the threshold for the province's homeowner grant, raising it to $1.2 million.
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Seth Klein | B.C.'s LNG hopes are simply incompatible with any realistic notion of Canada meeting its obligations to keep global temperature rise to 1.5 degrees.
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Stephen Hui | Here in British Columbia, will the government do its part to keep the global temperature rise below two degrees Celsius?
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Iglika Ivanova | This week, the provincial government released its update on where provincial finances are at six months into the fiscal year and where the economy is heading. The news is not very good.
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Keith Reynolds | After more than three years of existence, chronic controversy and underperformance from B.C.'s Auditor General for Local Government, the Union of B.C. Municipalities has issued its own verdict.
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Emma Lui | At the sixth annual Unist'ot'en Camp, a diversity of people met to discuss how we could lend solidarity to the Unist'ot'en people fighting numerous oil and gas pipelines on their territory.
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Iglika Ivanova | Imagine if the B.C. government put as much energy and effort into solving B.C.'s child-care crisis as it does in promoting LNG.
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Brent Patterson | Canadians need public solutions to health-care wait times, not expensive contracts with for-profit private clinics.
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Brent Patterson | In the third and final vote this week, the Lax Kw'alaams First Nation voted against the proposed Pacific NorthWest LNG terminal, despite a $1 billion offer to them to accept it.
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Lynell Anderson | Budget 2015 clearly shows that B.C. can afford to start implementing the $10/day child-care plan now -- and it can choose to do so without raising taxes.