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ORDERS OF THE DAY — Continued
No. 26 — Thursday, July 25, 2013 — 10 a.m.
(Monday morning only)
1 Mr. D. Routley —
Training for the Future.
2 Mr. Yap —
Diversifying B.C.’s Economy.
3 Ms. Hammell —
The Importance of Mental Health.
4 Mr. Hunt —
Second Reading —
Bill (No. M 201) intituled Fall Fixed Election Amendment Act, 2013, PRINTED. Ms. Huntington.
1 Ms. Reimer moved —
Given the importance of allowing taxpayers a say in how their money is managed, be it resolved that this House support subjecting new revenue sources for future TransLink projects to a referendum, to be held on the same day as the November 2014 municipal elections. (Mr. Horgan adjourned the debate.)
2 Mr. Eby moved —
Be it resolved that this House encourages the government to pursue policies that promote purchasing from British Columbia businesses. (Mr. Krog adjourned the debate.)
3 Ms. Tegart moved —
Be it resolved that this House supports taking a principled stand on responsible natural resource development and seize the opportunities available so we can continue building communities and planning for future growth across British Columbia. (Mr. Bernier adjourned the debate.)
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