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So this is 47

Well another year has gone by and what a year it has been. Some things never change – leadership campaigns still lack bold ideas based on sound principles, English Bay has wonderful sunsets, the US has decided a loose cannon makes a great leader and I have more grey hair …

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How to replace MSP in BC? A $2.4 billion challenge.

The challenge of MSP reform in British Columbia. Currently, British Columbians pay close to $2.4 billion in MSP premiums and will receive $18 billion in health related services this year.  On top of this BC will borrow close to $1 billion to build more health care infrastructure adding to the …

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Best. Summer. Ever – Thanks 2015

As fall settles in, I find myself reflecting back to the epic summer of 2015. A highlight review of the Best. Summer. Ever.     FIFA world cup quarter finals – what an experience!     Playing at the beach across the street and meeting people from all around the world …

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The Viaducts – Why recycle 40 years early?

The viaducts – Why recycle now? History – There once was a highway proposed through downtown Vancouver just like every other major city. This highway would have reshaped the city and region. As a first step the mayor built the two viaducts. In the election that followed he was voted …

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Happy Pride 2015 – Politics included.

The BC Liberal Party has been kicked out of the pride parade after being accepted in January due to a policy change in May. So what is really going? Some background to start. I understand the Executive Director of the VPS is a former 2009 NDP candidate who may have …

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@WestEndScott – est. 1970 right here in Vancouver.

These West End visions, strategies, proposals & rants are the musing of an Urban Gen X Fiscal Conservative named Scott. About the Author – Scott Harrison is Father, former political staffer, former volunteer leader, entrepreneur, failed political candidate, businessman, a slightly annoyed Gen Xer and retired paperboy. It all started …

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