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1 day ago

Tom Shypitka

The Legislative Session just finished yesterday in Victoria. Here are my thoughts. ...

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Keep up the fight Tom- much appreciated👍👍

Thank you

Time to come home Tom , recoup with friends and family and a glass of wine . We all thank you for your service and loyalty to the East Kootenays

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2 days ago

Tom Shypitka

Today was the wrap-up of the fall session at the legislature. There are a lot of negatives and frustrations I experienced in the past couple months with government but it was the comaraderie of my fellow BC United colleagues that kept me going. I will also admit I have made good friendships with members from other parties on a more personal note. After all we are only human.
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Today was the wrap-up of the fall session at the legislature. There are a lot of negatives and frustrations I experienced in the past couple months with government but it was the comaraderie of my fellow BC United colleagues that kept me going. I will also admit I have made good friendships with members from other parties on a more personal note. After all we are only human.
BC United Caucus

2 days ago

Tom Shypitka

As “Movember” comes to a close, I would like to thank everyone who participated like our caucus champion Greg Kyllo. I have only one message to men over 50 and even younger if there is family history related to this type of cancer - GET YOUR PROSTATE CHECKED!” Get a PSA test referral from your doctor, Nurse Practitioner, or health office. If you have been diagnosed with prostate cancer there is an excellent support group in Cranbrook. Anyone wanting more information about the group or about prostate cancer issues can contact Kevin Higgins at kevbevhiggins@live.com or by calling 250-427-3322. #LifeLabs #MovemberCanada
If you want to make a donation please go to ca.movember.com/team/2239311
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As “Movember” comes to a close, I would like to thank everyone who participated like our caucus champion Greg Kyllo. I have only one message to men over 50 and even younger if there is family history related to this type of cancer - GET YOUR PROSTATE CHECKED!” Get a PSA test referral from your doctor, Nurse Practitioner, or health office. If you have been diagnosed with prostate cancer there is an excellent support group in Cranbrook.  Anyone wanting more information about the group or about prostate cancer issues can contact Kevin Higgins at kevbevhiggins@live.com or by calling 250-427-3322.  #LifeLabs #MovemberCanada
If you want to make a donation please go to https://ca.movember.com/team/2239311

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YES YES YES 🥰🥰

So true

One digit deserves another!😉

You look good bearded!

Excellent advice Tom , You have a lot of work coming Enterprise Renewables (2017) People are pissed

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4 days ago

Tom Shypitka

We need mining more now than we have ever had before.
I was able to continue questioning the government regarding their lack of a plan for Mining in British Columbia and why their CleanBC (aka CostBC) is killing 200,000 jobs including close to 2,500 mining jobs in BC in the next several years. Our climate targets are way out of whack and we don’t have the infrastructure to handle it.
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4 days ago

Tom Shypitka

The NDP’s CostBC scheme will slam the brakes on our economy, seeing growth slow to just 0.4 per cent in 2030 and see household incomes plummet by $11,000 annually and see B.C. lose 200,000 jobs - including 2,200 mining jobs.

We need common sense measures that will grow our economy and reduce global emissions rather than punishing hardworking British Columbians.

That’s why a BC United government will scrap the NDP’s ‘Cost B.C.’ scheme and replace it with common sense measures that focus on real climate results while creating jobs, increasing incomes, and lowering taxes.
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Yes well like everything David Eby does seems to turn out to be wealth redistribution . If the money Clean BC produces doesn't reduce GHG , Than whose hands does this excessive tax dollars go to ? The only net zero I see is my bank account by 2030

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