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by Rob Leggett on Wednesday Jan 27 2010

If Haiti wasn’t an unsuccessful nation before the earthquake, it most certainly is one now, prior to the terrible event of Jan. 12 that left Haiti in a pile of rubble, the tiny country was not much better off.

by Rob Leggett on Wednesday Jan 27 2010

If Haiti wasn’t an unsuccessful nation before the earthquake, it most certainly is one now, prior to the terrible event of Jan. 12 that left Haiti in a pile of rubble, the tiny country was not much better off.

by Rob Leggett on Wednesday Jan 27 2010

If Haiti wasn’t an unsuccessful nation before the earthquake, it most certainly is one now, prior to the terrible event of Jan. 12 that left Haiti in a pile of rubble, the tiny country was not much better off.

by Rossland Telegraph on Monday Jan 11 2010

I was in Salmo last Friday evening for my son's basketball game. It was my first visit to that community's new $6.7M high school. Salmo Secondary is beautiful facility--a miniature version of the new JL Crowe.

by Rossland Telegraph on Monday Jan 11 2010

I was in Salmo last Friday evening for my son's basketball game. It was my first visit to that community's new $6.7M high school. Salmo Secondary is beautiful facility--a miniature version of the new JL Crowe.

by Rossland Telegraph on Monday Jan 11 2010

I was in Salmo last Friday evening for my son's basketball game. It was my first visit to that community's new $6.7M high school. Salmo Secondary is beautiful facility--a miniature version of the new JL Crowe.

by Rossland Telegraph on Monday Jan 11 2010

I was in Salmo last Friday evening for my son's basketball game. It was my first visit to that community's new $6.7M high school. Salmo Secondary is beautiful facility--a miniature version of the new JL Crowe.

by Contributor on Friday Jan 08 2010

Alex Atamanenko, MP, B.C. Southern Interior, is accusing the Harper government of misusing his privilege to prorogue Parliament in order to suit its own political agenda. Parliament, which was scheduled to resume on Jan. 25, has now (had its leave) extended to March 3, a date which appears to have been contrived to coincide with the conclusion of the 2010 Olympics.

by Contributor on Friday Jan 08 2010

Alex Atamanenko, MP, B.C. Southern Interior, is accusing the Harper government of misusing his privilege to prorogue Parliament in order to suit its own political agenda. Parliament, which was scheduled to resume on Jan. 25, has now (had its leave) extended to March 3, a date which appears to have been contrived to coincide with the conclusion of the 2010 Olympics.

by Contributor on Friday Jan 08 2010

Alex Atamanenko, MP, B.C. Southern Interior, is accusing the Harper government of misusing his privilege to prorogue Parliament in order to suit its own political agenda. Parliament, which was scheduled to resume on Jan. 25, has now (had its leave) extended to March 3, a date which appears to have been contrived to coincide with the conclusion of the 2010 Olympics.

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