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by Nelson Daily Staff on Wednesday Feb 02 2011

By Simi Heer

BC Hydro's Standing Offer Program has received a facelift.

Changes to the program will help to increase the mix of B.C.'s supply of clean, renewable energy.

by Murray Dobbin on Wednesday Feb 02 2011

Parliament resumed yesterday and Canadians could be forgiven if they decided they would rather stick pins in their arms than watch another round of Stephen Harper’s cynical manipulation compete with Michael Ignatieff’s inept political meandering.

by Murray Dobbin on Wednesday Feb 02 2011

Parliament resumed yesterday and Canadians could be forgiven if they decided they would rather stick pins in their arms than watch another round of Stephen Harper’s cynical manipulation compete with Michael Ignatieff’s inept political meandering.

by Murray Dobbin on Wednesday Feb 02 2011

Parliament resumed yesterday and Canadians could be forgiven if they decided they would rather stick pins in their arms than watch another round of Stephen Harper’s cynical manipulation compete with Michael Ignatieff’s inept political meandering.

by Nelson Daily Staff on Tuesday Feb 01 2011

As of today employers are invited to submit their applications for funding through Canada Summer Jobs 2011.

by Nelson Daily Staff on Tuesday Feb 01 2011

As of today employers are invited to submit their applications for funding through Canada Summer Jobs 2011.

by Nelson Daily Staff on Tuesday Feb 01 2011

As of today employers are invited to submit their applications for funding through Canada Summer Jobs 2011.

by Nelson Daily Staff on Tuesday Feb 01 2011

The Canadian Press

Greenpeace Canada says a survey of 14 major tuna fish brands sold in the country suggests most of them come from destructive fishery practices.

by Nelson Daily Staff on Tuesday Feb 01 2011

The Canadian Press

Greenpeace Canada says a survey of 14 major tuna fish brands sold in the country suggests most of them come from destructive fishery practices.

by Nelson Daily Staff on Tuesday Feb 01 2011

The Canadian Press

Greenpeace Canada says a survey of 14 major tuna fish brands sold in the country suggests most of them come from destructive fishery practices.

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