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BURNS LAKE, B.C. — The steel trusses of a new multimillion-dollar sawmill formed the backdrop for Liberal Leader Christy Clark as she touted her government’s forests strategy during a campaign whistlestop Thursday in Burns Lake, where little more than a year ago an explosion and fire at the previous mill devastated the community.
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Having trailed in the polls for the entire campaign and faced repeated speculation over her future, embattled B.C. Premier Christy Clark needs every single vote she can get in the upcoming provincial election.
But the one vote Ms. Clark would have thought she could count on might not count at all after the B.C. Premier appeared to spoil her own ballot paper in a mix-up over her own riding and the local candidate.
Clark offered her condolences to the families of two men killed in…
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