Looking forward to 2016 – Irene Lanzinger

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FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. — The President of the BC Federation of Labour sees poverty as one of the province’s key concerns to be addressed in 2016, and Irene Lanzinger is holding firm in her belief that a $15 an hour minimum wage is the best way to start doing it.

She believes another key B.C. concern is what she calls the ‘astronomical cost of child care.’

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