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Back Home (or) Oh How Things Have Changed

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Hey Musers and readers. Just a short post to tell everyone that I’m finally back in Canada, feet firmly planted on the soil that is my home. I do plan on heading back into the frey over in Asia in a couple of months, but for now I’m here.

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BC Liberals Decry Recall Legislation, Then Call Public Stupid

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The BC “Lame Duck” Liberal government has their talking points out and they are PUNISHING the media with them: the recall legislation is going to cost 30 million dollars, it should only be used for REAL crimes, you’re targeting hard working MLA’s, blah blah blah. They are throwing excuses to a public who . . . → Read More: BC Liberals Decry Recall Legislation, Then Call Public Stupid

History Being Made In BC

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Yesterday in Victoria, 1PM at the Legislature building, did convene the first meeting of the Select Standing Committee on Legislative Intitiatives. They are a committee of six BC Liberal backbenchers and 4 seasoned NDP MLAs. They are tasked with deciding how to proceed with the the HST Extinguishment Act in BC.

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