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Hey bro, is that wifi organic? Event organizer Jacob Hunter expects over 15,000 people to gather at the VAG for the annual get stoned and talk politics and stuff rally. So says The Province. Here’s our photojournal from last year for anyone needing to get appropriately inspired.
The bad news keeps coming for the B.C. Liberals, as the NDP steals two seats in yesterday’s by-elections, including a win in the historically-conservative Chilliwack-Hope riding, The Tyee reports. It’s been fascinating watching the tone of the B.C. Liberal media coverage evolve – an odd day indeed when The Globe is absent a scathing editorial. Yesterday’s: Desperate Liberals spawn attack-dog atmosphere.
Abbotsford police have issued a rare and specific warning, imploring citizens to stay away from local gangster Chad Weber, Kim Bolan at The Sun reports. Perhaps even more interesting is Bolan’s link to a fascinating court document detailing a 2006 judgement involving Weber.
In response to the passage of Bill 22, restricting teachers’ labour rights and bargaining power, the BCTF has voted overwhelmingly in favour of abandoning voluntary extracurricular activities, CBC reports.
And finally, and with a depth of analysis more suited to politics and business, The Globe examines the contractual and interpersonal nuances affecting a trade for the contract-heavy Roberto Luongo.
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