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B.C. Liberals look north for jobs plan

The B.C. Liberals are set to unveil a series of ads aimed at educating British Columbians about job opportunities in northern B.C. But what will that plan look like? Susan Cudahy is the CEO of the Nanaimo Economic Development Corporation, and she would like to see the province improve infrastructure so people can head north to work and leave their families in the south.

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Dawson Creek mayor Mike Bernier also welcomes the plan, but he would rather see full families head north.

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