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Briefly: April 6, 2012

Environmental setback One item in the federal budget announced by Finance Minister Jim Flaherty on March 29, with significant implications for British Columbia, is a plan to streamline environmental reviews and cap their timeframes at two years.

Tourism wants tax on beds

Organization needs approval of majority of accommodation providers

Penny on way out

Government plans to shed thousands of jobs

Mediator shot in the dark

Government calls it progress BCTF unsure about resolution

Westons sponsored travel highest

Security costs contribute to expensive Iraq trip
Physician takes on provincial health role

Physician takes on provincial health role

Dr Evan Adams will provide independent direction on first nations issues
Bill shocks cancer patient

Bill shocks cancer patient

BC Hydro stands behind smart meter technology
Pensioners worry about retirement

Pensioners worry about retirement

Retired salaried employees stand to lose up to half their pensions
School creates jobs for locals

School creates jobs for locals

Unique design makes use of natural light

CrimeStoppers: April 4, 2012

Week of March 27 to April 2, 2012 Total calls for service = 95 Impaired driving = 3 Assaults = 3 Break and enters = 5 Thefts = 7 Mischief = 6 March 27 6200 block Powell Place Police received a report of a theft from a vehicle parked at a parking lot.
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