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Calgary Sun
Government agency's presence in Alberta's power market could spook investors, report warnsnegative, as investors will require higher capacity payments to make up for per
Calgary Sun / Posted 54 minutes ago
negative, as investors will require higher capacity payments to make up for perceived instability of the spot market." The NDP government, however, sees things differently. In a statement, the government said the new power market will not be fully... Read more
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BC Local News
B.C. Greens gather in SidneyParty is coming to Sidney this weekend for it's annual convention, its first si
BC Local News / Posted 2 hours ago
Party is coming to Sidney this weekend for it's annual convention, its first since joining with the New Democratic Party (NDP) to unseat the 16 year Liberal government of Christy Clark. "This is a momentous year for B.C. Greens and I'm delighted... Read more
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BC Local News
South Surrey BC Liberals spend the most in electionBC Liberal candidate Puneet Sandhar led the pack, spending $171,542 to lose the
BC Local News / Posted 2 hours ago
BC Liberal candidate Puneet Sandhar led the pack, spending $171,542 to lose the May 9 election to NDP MLA Jinny Sims, who tallied $100,521 in expenses. The biggest discrepancy between the two candidates was Sandhar's... Read more
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CTV News
No Canadians reported among dead or injured in Barcelona: Global Affairstweeted: "Our thoughts and prayers are with the victims. We stand together cond
CTV News / Posted 3 hours ago
tweeted: "Our thoughts and prayers are with the victims. We stand together condemning these horrific acts of terrorism." NDP Leader Tom Mulcair called it terrible news: "We stand with Spain and all those impacted by this terror... Read more
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BC Local News
Chamber of Commerce call for predicable system, not arbitrary minimum wage hikeMuch like the recent ban on the trophy hunt of grizzly bears, the NDP's decisio
BC Local News / Posted 3 hours ago
Much like the recent ban on the trophy hunt of grizzly bears, the NDP's decision to increase BC's minimum wage by $0.50 to $11.35 has been met with mixed feelings. David D. Hull, executive director of the Cranbrook Chamber of Commerce, said that... Read more
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Cloverdale Reporter
South Surrey BC Liberals spend the most in electionBC Liberal candidate Puneet Sandhar led the pack, spending $171,542 to lose the
Cloverdale Reporter / Posted 3 hours ago
BC Liberal candidate Puneet Sandhar led the pack, spending $171,542 to lose the May 9 election to NDP MLA Jinny Sims, who tallied $100,521 in expenses. The biggest discrepancy between the two candidates was Sandhar’s... Read more
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Peace Arch News
South Surrey BC Liberals spend the most in electionBC Liberal candidate Puneet Sandhar led the pack, spending $171,542 to lose the
Peace Arch News / Posted 3 hours ago
BC Liberal candidate Puneet Sandhar led the pack, spending $171,542 to lose the May 9 election to NDP MLA Jinny Sims, who tallied $100,521 in expenses. The biggest discrepancy between the two candidates was Sandhar’s... Read more
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Oak Bay News
B.C. Greens gather in SidneyParty is coming to Sidney this weekend for it’s annual convention, its first si
Oak Bay News / Posted 3 hours ago
Party is coming to Sidney this weekend for it’s annual convention, its first since joining with the New Democratic Party (NDP) to unseat the 16 year Liberal government of Christy Clark. “This is a momentous year for B.C. Greens and I’m delighted... Read more
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Goldstream News Gazette
B.C. Greens gather in SidneyParty is coming to Sidney this weekend for it’s annual convention, its first si
Goldstream News Gazette / Posted 3 hours ago
Party is coming to Sidney this weekend for it’s annual convention, its first since joining with the New Democratic Party (NDP) to unseat the 16 year Liberal government of Christy Clark. “This is a momentous year for B.C. Greens and I’m delighted... Read more
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Sooke News Mirror
B.C. Greens gather in SidneyParty is coming to Sidney this weekend for it’s annual convention, its first si
Sooke News Mirror / Posted 4 hours ago
Party is coming to Sidney this weekend for it’s annual convention, its first since joining with the New Democratic Party (NDP) to unseat the 16 year Liberal government of Christy Clark. “This is a momentous year for B.C. Greens and I’m delighted... Read more
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CTV News
Canadians in Spain told to avoid Barcelona tourist area, scene of terror attacktweeted: "Our thoughts and prayers are with the victims. We stand together cond
CTV News / Posted 4 hours ago
tweeted: "Our thoughts and prayers are with the victims. We stand together condemning these horrific acts of terrorism." NDP Leader Tom Mulcair called it terrible news: "We stand with Spain and all those impacted by this terror... Read more
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BC Local News
Local business owners weigh in on minimum wage increaseon B.C.'s minimum wage hike. Next month the increase begins in stages as part
BC Local News / Posted 5 hours ago
on B.C.'s minimum wage hike. Next month the increase begins in stages as part of a plan to hit $15 per hour by 2021. NDP Labour Minister Harry Bains said the rate will go up by 50 cents, to $11.35 an hour, in September. Liquor servers' wage... Read more
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BC Local News
Quiet herosim shown by health care workers during wildfires: ministerNDP health minister Adrian Dix visited Williams Lake, Sugar Cane and 100 Mile H
BC Local News / Posted 6 hours ago
NDP health minister Adrian Dix visited Williams Lake, Sugar Cane and 100 Mile House this week to thank health care workers for their ongoing efforts during the wildfire season. "There has been so much quiet heroism shown by health care workers of... Read more
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Williams Lake Tribune
Quiet herosim shown by health care workers during wildfires: ministerNDP health minister Adrian Dix visited Williams Lake, Sugar Cane and 100 Mile H
Williams Lake Tribune / Posted 6 hours ago
NDP health minister Adrian Dix visited Williams Lake, Sugar Cane and 100 Mile House this week to thank health care workers for their ongoing efforts during the wildfire season. “There has been so much quiet heroism shown by health care workers of... Read more
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Oak Bay News
Local business owners weigh in on minimum wage increaseon B.C.’s minimum wage hike. Next month the increase begins in stages as part
Oak Bay News / Posted 6 hours ago
on B.C.’s minimum wage hike. Next month the increase begins in stages as part of a plan to hit $15 per hour by 2021. NDP Labour Minister Harry Bains said the rate will go up by 50 cents, to $11.35 an hour, in September. Liquor servers’ wage... Read more
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Goldstream News Gazette
Local business owners weigh in on minimum wage increaseon B.C.’s minimum wage hike. Next month the increase begins in stages as part
Goldstream News Gazette / Posted 6 hours ago
on B.C.’s minimum wage hike. Next month the increase begins in stages as part of a plan to hit $15 per hour by 2021. NDP Labour Minister Harry Bains said the rate will go up by 50 cents, to $11.35 an hour, in September. Liquor servers’ wage... Read more
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Sooke News Mirror
Local business owners weigh in on minimum wage increaseon B.C.’s minimum wage hike. Next month the increase begins in stages as part
Sooke News Mirror / Posted 7 hours ago
on B.C.’s minimum wage hike. Next month the increase begins in stages as part of a plan to hit $15 per hour by 2021. NDP Labour Minister Harry Bains said the rate will go up by 50 cents, to $11.35 an hour, in September. Liquor servers’ wage... Read more
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Nelson Star
NDP to raise B.C. minimum wage by 50 centsB.C.’s minimum wage is going up next month as part of a plan to hit $15 per hou
Nelson Star / Posted 7 hours ago
B.C.’s minimum wage is going up next month as part of a plan to hit $15 per hour by 2021. NDP Labour Minister Harry Bains made good on his party’s election promise on last week, saying the rate will go up by 50 cents, to $11.35 an hour, in... Read more
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CTV News
Canadians in Spain told to avoid Barcelona tourist area, scene of terror attackBarcelona. Our thoughts and prayers are with the victims. We stand together con
CTV News / Posted 7 hours ago
Barcelona. Our thoughts and prayers are with the victims. We stand together condemning these horrific acts of terrorism." NDP Leader Tom Mulcair also said it was "terrible news. We stand with Spain and all those impacted by this terror... Read more
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Calgary Sun
Canadians in Spain told to avoid Barcelona tourist area after terror attackused social media to express their horror at the latest terrorist assault in Eu
Calgary Sun / Posted 7 hours ago
used social media to express their horror at the latest terrorist assault in Europe. Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer and NDP Leader Tom Mulcair both called the incident “terrible” and expressed support for the victims. There is no word yet on... Read more
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CTV News
Canadians in Spain told to avoid Barcelona tourist areaused social media to express their horror at the latest terrorist assault in Eu
CTV News / Posted 8 hours ago
used social media to express their horror at the latest terrorist assault in Europe. Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer and NDP Leader Tom Mulcair both called the incident "terrible" and expressed support for the victims. There is no word yet on... Read more
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Cold Lake Sun
Scorning a historic legacyDuring the early years of the CCF/NDP in Saskatchewan, there was a government f
Cold Lake Sun / Posted 10 hours ago
During the early years of the CCF/NDP in Saskatchewan, there was a government factory in Moose Jaw that churned out leather boots. Premier Tommy Douglas and his MLAs used to run big ads in newspapers with bold headlines that said: “Buy Saskatchewan... Read more
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Castlegar News
Selkirk College upgrading courses now offered for freewho wish to expand their education and skills, Premier John Horgan made the ann
Castlegar News / Posted 11 hours ago
who wish to expand their education and skills, Premier John Horgan made the announcement at Victoria’s Camosun College. The NDP government’s plan also includes waiving tuition for domestic students in English Language Learning programs across the... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Premier Supra Mahumapelo On Compilation of a Radical Provincial Development Planspecial focus to turn the situation around. "The decline in unemployment and p
AllAfrica.com / Posted 12 hours ago
special focus to turn the situation around. "The decline in unemployment and poverty is not happening as envisaged by the NDP. We need a developmental process that will address this. Our mining sector must be competitive and must flourish. If... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Provincial Boundaries Re-Determination Startthe Mandate Paper for the 2018 Budget. This will further drive the implementat
AllAfrica.com / Posted 12 hours ago
the Mandate Paper for the 2018 Budget. This will further drive the implementation of the National Development Plan (NDP). "The paper strengthens the alignment of the budget to the Medium Term Strategic Framework. It establishes a systematic... Read more
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BC Local News
B.C. election spending revealedsince quit politics, prompting the need for byelection in her old riding that m
BC Local News / Posted 13 hours ago
since quit politics, prompting the need for byelection in her old riding that must be called within the next six months. NDP premier John Horgan is not expected to be in any hurry to call that byelection, given the riding is considered a safe... Read more
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BC Local News
CRD continues call for Malahat speed camerasyou're going to slow down," Plant said. Although he is aware that B.C. Attorne
BC Local News / Posted 13 hours ago
you're going to slow down," Plant said. Although he is aware that B.C. Attorney-General David Eby has indicated the NDP government is not considering a return to photo radar enforcement, Plant believes interval-based cameras constitute a... Read more
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Calgary Sun
Alberta's occupational health and safety act under reviewlabour law overhaul. Labour critic Glenn van Dijken said internal documents ob
Calgary Sun / Posted 13 hours ago
labour law overhaul. Labour critic Glenn van Dijken said internal documents obtained by Keep Alberta Working showed the NDP bulldozed through consultations with predetermined outcomes. "These documents make it clear — the government’s... Read more
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Calgary Sun
Fentanyl crisis continuing to kill more than one Albertan per dayalso in the works in Edmonton, although infrastructure costs have yet to be det
Calgary Sun / Posted 13 hours ago
also in the works in Edmonton, although infrastructure costs have yet to be determined. Liberal MLA David Swann said the NDP government has been too slow to get a handle on the “horrifying” situation and called on the province to develop a... Read more
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Sooke News Mirror
CRD continues call for Malahat speed camerasyou’re going to slow down,” Plant said. Although he is aware that B.C. Attorne
Sooke News Mirror / Posted 14 hours ago
you’re going to slow down,” Plant said. Although he is aware that B.C. Attorney-General David Eby has indicated the NDP government is not considering a return to photo radar enforcement, Plant believes interval-based cameras constitute a... Read more
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Lake Country Calendar
B.C. election spending revealedsince quit politics, prompting the need for byelection in her old riding that m
Lake Country Calendar / Posted 14 hours ago
since quit politics, prompting the need for byelection in her old riding that must be called within the next six months. NDP premier John Horgan is not expected to be in any hurry to call that byelection, given the riding is considered a safe... Read more
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Kelowna Capital News
B.C. election spending revealedsince quit politics, prompting the need for byelection in her old riding that m
Kelowna Capital News / Posted 14 hours ago
since quit politics, prompting the need for byelection in her old riding that must be called within the next six months. NDP premier John Horgan is not expected to be in any hurry to call that byelection, given the riding is considered a safe... Read more
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Oak Bay News
CRD continues call for Malahat speed camerasyou’re going to slow down,” Plant said. Although he is aware that B.C. Attorne
Oak Bay News / Posted 14 hours ago
you’re going to slow down,” Plant said. Although he is aware that B.C. Attorney-General David Eby has indicated the NDP government is not considering a return to photo radar enforcement, Plant believes interval-based cameras constitute a... Read more
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Goldstream News Gazette
CRD continues call for Malahat speed camerasyou’re going to slow down,” Plant said. Although he is aware that B.C. Attorne
Goldstream News Gazette / Posted 14 hours ago
you’re going to slow down,” Plant said. Although he is aware that B.C. Attorney-General David Eby has indicated the NDP government is not considering a return to photo radar enforcement, Plant believes interval-based cameras constitute a... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Unam Opens Innovative Wellness CentreVision 2030 theme on health and development, added the deputy minister. She al
AllAfrica.com / Posted 16 hours ago
Vision 2030 theme on health and development, added the deputy minister. She also said the fifth National Development Plan (NDP 5) target on building a capable and healthy human resource and the Harambee Prosperity Plan pillar on social... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Mahofa Declared National Heroine1958 and 1960. A veteran politician, Sen Mahofa joined the National Democratic
AllAfrica.com / Posted 18 hours ago
1958 and 1960. A veteran politician, Sen Mahofa joined the National Democratic Party in 1960, before joining Zapu when the NDP was banned. She later moved to Zanu from 1979, and has been a ruling party cadre till her demise. In 1973 she enrolled... Read more
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The Sudbury Star
Hwy 69 completion date pushed back — againheld a press conference to say, oh, well, we're not going to be moving on Highw
The Sudbury Star / Posted 21 hours ago
held a press conference to say, oh, well, we're not going to be moving on Highway 69 for quite some time." To be fair, the NDP also made promises during the 2014 election that struck many as unrealistic. Speaking in late May of that year, leader... Read more
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BC Local News
Constituency association stands by beleaguered politicianlegislature subcommittee has been reviewing guidelines for member and caucus ex
BC Local News / Posted 22 hours ago
legislature subcommittee has been reviewing guidelines for member and caucus expenses since January, said Thomas Dang, an NDP MLA who chairs the five-member group. "One of the things that we want to do is make sure that we modernize the rules and... Read more
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BC Local News
Feds say they’ll overhaul victims fundat home longer were two reasons why O'Sullivan recommended raising the age limi
BC Local News / Posted 22 hours ago
at home longer were two reasons why O'Sullivan recommended raising the age limit from 18. She also wants siblings, grandparents and extended family members to be eligible for funding to accommodate shifting family structures. Funding should... Read more
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Maple Ridge News
UPDATED: Federal Conservative leader Andrew Scheer talks about resources, jobs, votes during Langley visitthe good paying jobs are going to be in the coming years. “The signals that th
Maple Ridge News / Posted 23 hours ago
the good paying jobs are going to be in the coming years. “The signals that the Liberal government federally and now the NDP government provincially are saying, is they are going to reject science-based decisions like approvals for pipelines,”... Read more
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Agassiz-Harrison Observer
UPDATED: Federal Conservative leader Andrew Scheer talks about resources, jobs, votes during Langley visitthe good paying jobs are going to be in the coming years. “The signals that th
Agassiz-Harrison Observer / Posted 23 hours ago
the good paying jobs are going to be in the coming years. “The signals that the Liberal government federally and now the NDP government provincially are saying, is they are going to reject science-based decisions like approvals for pipelines,”... Read more
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Abbotsford News
UPDATED: Federal Conservative leader Andrew Scheer talks about resources, jobs, votes during Langley visitthe good paying jobs are going to be in the coming years. “The signals that th
Abbotsford News / Posted 23 hours ago
the good paying jobs are going to be in the coming years. “The signals that the Liberal government federally and now the NDP government provincially are saying, is they are going to reject science-based decisions like approvals for pipelines,”... Read more
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BC Local News
Chilliwack MLA Martin reacts to minimum wage hike plan by NDPJohn Martin, MLA for Chilliwack and Official Opposition critic for Labour, took
BC Local News / Posted 23 hours ago
John Martin, MLA for Chilliwack and Official Opposition critic for Labour, took a swipe at the NDP's plan to implement a 50-cent raise in the minimum wage this week by pointing out the BC Liberals had already committed to the idea. "It appears the... Read more
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Cloverdale Reporter
UPDATED: Federal Conservative leader Andrew Scheer talks about resources, jobs, votes during Langley visitthe good paying jobs are going to be in the coming years. “The signals that th
Cloverdale Reporter / Posted 23 hours ago
the good paying jobs are going to be in the coming years. “The signals that the Liberal government federally and now the NDP government provincially are saying, is they are going to reject science-based decisions like approvals for pipelines,”... Read more
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Peace Arch News
UPDATED: Federal Conservative leader Andrew Scheer talks about resources, jobs, votes during Langley visitthe good paying jobs are going to be in the coming years. “The signals that th
Peace Arch News / Posted 23 hours ago
the good paying jobs are going to be in the coming years. “The signals that the Liberal government federally and now the NDP government provincially are saying, is they are going to reject science-based decisions like approvals for pipelines,”... Read more
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The Chilliwack Progress
UPDATED: Federal Conservative leader Andrew Scheer talks about resources, jobs, votes during Langley visitthe good paying jobs are going to be in the coming years. “The signals that th
The Chilliwack Progress / Posted 23 hours ago
the good paying jobs are going to be in the coming years. “The signals that the Liberal government federally and now the NDP government provincially are saying, is they are going to reject science-based decisions like approvals for pipelines,”... Read more
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Aldergrove Star
UPDATED: Federal Conservative leader Andrew Scheer talks about resources, jobs, votes during Langley visitthe good paying jobs are going to be in the coming years. “The signals that th
Aldergrove Star / Posted 23 hours ago
the good paying jobs are going to be in the coming years. “The signals that the Liberal government federally and now the NDP government provincially are saying, is they are going to reject science-based decisions like approvals for pipelines,”... Read more
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Mission City Record
UPDATED: Federal Conservative leader Andrew Scheer talks about resources, jobs, votes during Langley visitthe good paying jobs are going to be in the coming years. “The signals that th
Mission City Record / Posted 23 hours ago
the good paying jobs are going to be in the coming years. “The signals that the Liberal government federally and now the NDP government provincially are saying, is they are going to reject science-based decisions like approvals for pipelines,”... Read more
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Maple Ridge News
Chilliwack MLA Martin reacts to minimum wage hike plan by NDPJohn Martin, MLA for Chilliwack and Official Opposition critic for Labour, took
Maple Ridge News / Posted yesterday
John Martin, MLA for Chilliwack and Official Opposition critic for Labour, took a swipe at the NDP’s plan to implement a 50-cent raise in the minimum wage this week by pointing out the BC Liberals had already committed to the idea. “It appears the... Read more
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Maple Ridge News
Abbotsford’s Ed Fast thriftiest among Fraser Valley MPsjust $405,152. The top spending MP in Ottawa was Alberta Conservative MP David
Maple Ridge News / Posted yesterday
just $405,152. The top spending MP in Ottawa was Alberta Conservative MP David Yurdiga ($567,464) followed by Manitoba NDP MP Niki Ashton ($551,275), and third was Labrador Liberal MP Yvonne Jones ($549,984). Employee salaries were the... Read more
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