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BC Legislature Resumes Sitting

/ 97.3 The Eagle

B-C politicians are back in Victoria on Tuesday to kick off the final sitting of the provincial legislature before residents head to the polls in May. Lieutenant-Governor Judith Guichon will read the speech from the throne and lay out Premier Christy Clark’s plans for the upcoming legislative session. Political observers are forecasting a scrappy session as the province’s two main parties lay out their governing intentions in a bid for support from provincial voters. Clark says her Liberal party plans to focus on job creation, homes and schools, while B-C New Democrat Leader John Horgan says affordability is his priority.

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