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Should northern B.C. elect more independent politicians?

In a recent column, Prince George Free Press managing editor Bill Phillips suggested northern B.C. should do away with political parties and elect a slate of independent MLAs. He believes it would let them focus on their constituents and the issues that are unique to the north. He told Betsy Trumpener more about his idea.

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