Budget day in B.C.

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B.C.'s Finance Minister will introduce his governments last budget Tuesday ahead of May's election. Mike de Jong says the books will be balanced but he has 70 million dollars less to work with after agreeing to lower natural gas revenue forecasts. NDP Finance critic Bruce Ralston says he's curious to see how much the Liberals are relying on asset sales to     balance the books.

Williams Lake city workers back on strike

Williams Lake City workers are back walking the picket lines Tuesday. Their union had returned to the bargaining table with the city after a weekend of job action, but talks broke down once again. John Dube speaks for the International Union of Operating Engineers local 882. He says stopped negotiating because the city brought nothing new to the table. Picket lines will be up across Williams Lake including at the Cariboo Memorial Recreation Complex and the RCMP headquarters.

Trailer suffers extensive damage in fire


Kamloops Fire and Rescue were called out to a trailer fire near the just off the Yellowhead highway Monday night. When the fire department arrived they found the trailer home fully engulfed in flames. The trailer, parked on a property near the Tournament capital ranch, was unoccupied at the time. It's unclear what started the fire.

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