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Honourable Pat Bell

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Minister Bell (far right) joined, from left to right, Prince George-Omineca MLA John Rustad, Mount Polley Mines General Manager Howard Bradley and Imperial Metals Ltd. CEO Brian Kynoch for the official reopening of Mount Polley Mine. The celebration was held on Sept. 16, 2005 at the mine, located north of Williams Lake.

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Front Counter BC officially opened for business in Kamloops on Sept. 16, 2005, an event attended by both Kamloops-North Thompson MLA Kevin Krueger and Kamloops MLA Claude Richmond. With walls made of blue-stained wood caused by the Mountain Pine Beetle, the office is a reflection of natural resources found in the region.

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Minister Bell in the cellars of Burrowing Owl Estate Winery with proprietor Midge Wyse. Burrowing Owl was just one of the wineries visited by the Minister during an Aug. 27, 2005 tour.

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Amanda Gilliland, an 11-year-old 4-H member from Abbotsford, proudly shows off the lamb she raised and sold at the PNE’s annual 4-H auction held Aug. 23 in Vancouver. She is joined by Larry Weymouht, an Abbotsford butcher who purchased the animal on behalf of Agriculture and Lands Minister Pat Bell. The meat has been donated to a Lower Mainland transition house.

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Click here for full-size photo.   Agriculture and Lands Minister Pat Bell and Kamloops-North Thompson MLA Kevin Krueger joined Kamloops and area members of the B.C. 4-H club and their woolly friends for an announcement on Aug. 3, 2005. Minister Bell presented the B.C. 4-H club with a $95,000 cheque and signed the renewal of a five-year memorandum of understanding between the Ministry and the 4-H.

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