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by Adrian Barnes on Wednesday Mar 03 2010

In yesterday's provincial budget, the B.C. Liberal government promised to end the current deficits by the 2013-14 budget year. Toward this end, Finance Minister Colin Hansen announced a tight budget with effective freezes on all spending other than health care (set to grow by $750M this year) and education ($140M).

by Adrian Barnes on Wednesday Mar 03 2010

In yesterday's provincial budget, the B.C. Liberal government promised to end the current deficits by the 2013-14 budget year. Toward this end, Finance Minister Colin Hansen announced a tight budget with effective freezes on all spending other than health care (set to grow by $750M this year) and education ($140M).

by Adrian Barnes on Wednesday Mar 03 2010

In yesterday's provincial budget, the B.C. Liberal government promised to end the current deficits by the 2013-14 budget year. Toward this end, Finance Minister Colin Hansen announced a tight budget with effective freezes on all spending other than health care (set to grow by $750M this year) and education ($140M).

by Wikinews on Monday Jan 11 2010

Wolfgang Wodarg, a European health official, has said that the severity of the H1N1 swine flu pandemic was intentionally exaggerated by pharmaceutical companies so they could receive large profits.

by Wikinews on Monday Jan 11 2010

Wolfgang Wodarg, a European health official, has said that the severity of the H1N1 swine flu pandemic was intentionally exaggerated by pharmaceutical companies so they could receive large profits.

by Wikinews on Monday Jan 11 2010

Wolfgang Wodarg, a European health official, has said that the severity of the H1N1 swine flu pandemic was intentionally exaggerated by pharmaceutical companies so they could receive large profits.

by Wikinews on Monday Jan 11 2010

Wolfgang Wodarg, a European health official, has said that the severity of the H1N1 swine flu pandemic was intentionally exaggerated by pharmaceutical companies so they could receive large profits.

by Wikinews on Wednesday Oct 28 2009

Scientology was convicted of organized fraud in France, in a ruling issued on Tuesday by a court in Paris. According to French law the Scientology organization is regarded as a sect in the country, and not a religion. The organization is heavily monitored by the government of Germany, and has been prosecuted in multiple other countries as well.

by Wikinews on Wednesday Oct 28 2009

Scientology was convicted of organized fraud in France, in a ruling issued on Tuesday by a court in Paris. According to French law the Scientology organization is regarded as a sect in the country, and not a religion. The organization is heavily monitored by the government of Germany, and has been prosecuted in multiple other countries as well.

by Wikinews on Wednesday Oct 28 2009

Scientology was convicted of organized fraud in France, in a ruling issued on Tuesday by a court in Paris. According to French law the Scientology organization is regarded as a sect in the country, and not a religion. The organization is heavily monitored by the government of Germany, and has been prosecuted in multiple other countries as well.

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