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by Contributor on Wednesday Aug 12 2009

B.C. Citizens for Green Energy are speaking out in support of changes at the BC Utilities Commission following a shocking decision that suggested the gas-fired Burrard Thermal electrical generating plant could be fired up to full capacity and its status as the biggest producer of greenhouse gas emissions in the province restored. 

by Contributor on Wednesday Aug 12 2009

B.C. Citizens for Green Energy are speaking out in support of changes at the BC Utilities Commission following a shocking decision that suggested the gas-fired Burrard Thermal electrical generating plant could be fired up to full capacity and its status as the biggest producer of greenhouse gas emissions in the province restored. 

by Contributor on Wednesday Aug 12 2009

B.C. Citizens for Green Energy are speaking out in support of changes at the BC Utilities Commission following a shocking decision that suggested the gas-fired Burrard Thermal electrical generating plant could be fired up to full capacity and its status as the biggest producer of greenhouse gas emissions in the province restored. 

by Contributor on Wednesday Aug 12 2009

B.C. Citizens for Green Energy are speaking out in support of changes at the BC Utilities Commission following a shocking decision that suggested the gas-fired Burrard Thermal electrical generating plant could be fired up to full capacity and its status as the biggest producer of greenhouse gas emissions in the province restored. 

by Contributor on Wednesday Aug 12 2009

B.C. Citizens for Green Energy are speaking out in support of changes at the BC Utilities Commission following a shocking decision that suggested the gas-fired Burrard Thermal electrical generating plant could be fired up to full capacity and its status as the biggest producer of greenhouse gas emissions in the province restored. 

by Contributor on Wednesday Aug 12 2009

B.C. Citizens for Green Energy are speaking out in support of changes at the BC Utilities Commission following a shocking decision that suggested the gas-fired Burrard Thermal electrical generating plant could be fired up to full capacity and its status as the biggest producer of greenhouse gas emissions in the province restored. 

by Contributor on Wednesday Aug 12 2009

B.C. Citizens for Green Energy are speaking out in support of changes at the BC Utilities Commission following a shocking decision that suggested the gas-fired Burrard Thermal electrical generating plant could be fired up to full capacity and its status as the biggest producer of greenhouse gas emissions in the province restored. 

by Contributor on Wednesday Aug 12 2009
Alex Atamanenko (BC Southern Interior) is asking the Minister for Public Safety, Peter Van Loan, to reconsider his decision not to allow Perley Holmes, a constituent who was convicted in the US for drug trafficking, to serve his time in Canada.
 
“I am deeply disappointed in the Minister’s denial of this application,” said Atamanenko. “Mr.
by Contributor on Wednesday Aug 12 2009
Alex Atamanenko (BC Southern Interior) is asking the Minister for Public Safety, Peter Van Loan, to reconsider his decision not to allow Perley Holmes, a constituent who was convicted in the US for drug trafficking, to serve his time in Canada.
 
“I am deeply disappointed in the Minister’s denial of this application,” said Atamanenko. “Mr.
by Contributor on Wednesday Aug 12 2009
Alex Atamanenko (BC Southern Interior) is asking the Minister for Public Safety, Peter Van Loan, to reconsider his decision not to allow Perley Holmes, a constituent who was convicted in the US for drug trafficking, to serve his time in Canada.
 
“I am deeply disappointed in the Minister’s denial of this application,” said Atamanenko. “Mr.

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