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Transition back to Provincial Sales Tax requires good communication between government and taxpayers.
For the first time I am writing this report on a Friday, the day after the 39th Parliament of the B.C. Legislature sat for the last time.
It is often said that election time brings out the “silly season” in our electoral process.
I recently referenced the 2013 MSP Premiums that will increase by $2.50 a month for an individual who is not on premium assistance.
Recently the First Call organization released the annual report card on child poverty.
Tourism is an important industry both at the provincial level and also locally here in the Okanagan region.
I very rarely mention letters to the editor but a recent local letter is deserving of comment.
When I put my name forward to run in the 2005 provincial general election, I did so with the intent that it would serve as my final term.
Gaming Policy and Enforcement Branch has a new website.
When the move to the HST was first announced, in the early days the reaction by most citizens was fairly muted.
There is something to be said when members of a community have an opportunity to come together and celebrate success and achievement.
It is often said that hindsight is 20-20 and even more so in government as initiatives would be viewed differently today than in the past.
A funding announcement is close for upgrades to a rail trail in the South Okanagan.
The community of Peachland is working to to renovate one of Peachland’s most iconic heritage buildings
This week is one of those few times when the B.C. Legislature is in session and at the moment classes all across British Columbia are not.
Before I begin this week I would like to take a moment to share the reasons as to why I compose these reports on a weekly basis.
Good things are happening for education in the South Okanagan.
The annual gaming grant budget will rise to $135 million annually.
MLA says health spending now represents roughly 42 per cent of the entire B.C. budget.
A little less than a year ago in my previous MLA reports, I discussed pending changes to the Strata Property Act.