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Should B.C. cities get more tax dollars?

This week, mayors from across the province are meeting at the first ever B.C. Mayor's Caucus. One of their main focuses will be getting more money for infrastructure like roads and flood protection. Prince George mayor Shari Green is on the steering committee, and she joined us in studio to explain why she thinks the organization is needed. Also taking part in the discussion was Jordan Bateman, the B.C. Director of the Canadian Taxpayers Federation.

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