Shawano win is Stankowski’s IMCA Modified first

first_imgBy Scott OwenSHAWANO, Wis. (May 9) – Mitch Stankowski gained redemption by winning his first career IMCA Xtreme Motor Sports Modified feature Saturday at Shawano Speedway.Jesse Peebles started outside row one and quickly looked as though he had the car to beat.  Behind Peebles, Stankowski moved in to second on the track and the two began to distance themselves from the rest of the field. Peebles built a comfortable lead by lap 10 when he caught up with the back of the pack and had to contend with lapped traffic.Peebles had difficulties negotiating lapped cars, which allowed Stankowski to close in.  Peebles was forced low by the cars in front of him. Charlie Wild joined the mix as Peebles and Stankowski raced side-by-side in lapped traffic for the lead.Stankowski was finally able to clear Peebles on lap 17 to take the lead and went on to win his first career feature in the division after nearly doing so last week. Wild took second and Mike Wedelstadt beat Peebles across the line by an eyelash for third.Jordan Barkholtz outdueled Tracy Wassenberg to earn his first career Karl Chevrolet Northern SportMod victory. Travis VanStraten returned the favor to Justin Jacobsen in winning his second feature of the year in the IMCA Sunoco Stock Car class.Barkholtz took the Northern SportMod lead on lap two and was quickly joined by Wassenberg and Lu­cas Lamberies.Lap after lap, Barkholtz raced the outside groove with Wassenberg to his inside and Lamberies right on their back bumpers looking for an opening. The three cars raced in a tight pack to the finish as Barkohltz raced to his first career feature win. Wassenberg had to settle for second with Lamberies third.Gary Kasperek led the opening lap of the Stock Car feature before mechanical woes forced him from the track. Jacobsen assumed the lead and led the following two laps before giving way to VanStraten.Though pressured by Jacobsen, VanStraten led the rest of the way for his second win of the year. Steven Stewart came home a strong third.last_img

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Virat Kohli and Shastri should speak to Rishabh Pant: Gautam Gambhir

first_imgNew Delhi: Former India opener Gautam Gambhir feels it would be wrong to mount pressure on young wicketkeeper-batsman Rishabh Pant and the team management should back him.Pant has been inducted in all the three formats of the game for Team India. While the 21-year-old has performed well in Tests, he has been found struggling in the limited-overs format and has been criticised for his poor shot selection and careless approach.Talking to reporters on the sidelines of an event, Gambhir said: “I feel if you focus solely on a young player, who has been in the international arena for just around a year, he will feel the pressure. In such a short time, he (Pant) has smashed two Test tons. If you don’t find his shot selections ideal, it is his style of play. If you give him a chance in the team then kindly back him and it is wrong to criticise him so early.“Not only (Virat) Kohli but also coach Ravi Shastri should talk to Pant. It is the duty of the team management to personally talk to the player who is not in form or if he is not perfect with his shot selection as it would help him improve and regain his touch. There is a need to give him freedom,” he added.Gambhir also spoke on the issues regarding conflict of interests in the BCCI as former captain Rahul Dravid was also recently found guilty of it. “It is a tough question. Nothing could be better for the country and the youngsters if Dravid is the NCA coach,” he opined. IANSAlso Read: Dhoni and Rohit Make Virat Kohli Look Good as Captain, Says GambhirAlso Watch: Nagaon MP Pradyut Bordoloi holds press conference in Guwahati | The Sentinel News | Assam Newslast_img

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Football News India U-16 football team to play Turkey, Oman in Istanbul cup

first_img For all the Latest Sports News News, Football News News, Download News Nation Android and iOS Mobile Apps. New Delhi: Ramping up its preparations for the 2018 AFC U-16 Championships the Indian junior team will participate in the tri-nation Istanbul Cup in Turkey.        The colts, who finished runner-up in the five-nation WAFF U-16 Championship, will play Turkey and Oman in the tournament followed by a friendly match against the junior side of Turkish club Besiktas before returning to India.From January, the team has so far played 19 international matches against U-16 teams including USA, Norway, Japan, Serbia, Iraq, DPR Korea, China (U-17), Thailand, Jordan amongst others.Also Read | Asian Games 2018: Schedule, Timings, When and where to watch “With us playing Oman in Turkey, the boys would now have played 9 of the qualified 16 teams (including India) for the AFC U-16 Championship. The quality of matches we played during the exposure tours will help the coach and the players in the long run as these are the countries which we will be playing often at the Asian level,” National Team Director, Abhishek Yadav, said.Yadav, a former India Captain felt the Istanbul Cup holds huge significance as it is the last preparatory tour before the AFC U-16 Championship.“We at AIFF believe this is good preparation before the AFC Championship. The exposure tours have helped the coach and the players to gauge the standard and what to expect in the Championship,” he said.Head Coach Bibiano Fernandes felt playing against Turkey and Oman will further enhance the confidence of the boys prior to the “acid test”.“We look forward to playing against Turkey who have played the FIFA U-17 World Cup a few times including the last edition in India in 2017. Furthermore, as Oman are part of the AFC U-16 Finals in Malaysia, nothing could be a more appropriate build-up for us,” he stated.Bibiano’s boys have played friendly matches against all the teams in Group A of AFC U-16 Championship (Malaysia, Japan, Tajikistan and Thailand) and three from Group B (DPR Korea, Yemen, Jordan) plus Iraq in the last eight months.Turkey’s youth development system has always been touted as among the best in Europe with the country having won the European U-17 Championship in 2005, and had finished semi-finalists in 2008, 2010 and 2017. They were also the European U-16 champions in 1993 having finished runners-up the next year in 1994.Read More | Asian Games 2018: Kabaddi event complete schedule, timings and details Oman, on the other hand, have won the AFC U-16 Championship twice in 1996 and 2000 and had reached the quarterfinals at the last edition in Goa in 2016.At the AFC U-16 Championship, India have been clubbed with strong contenders Iran, Vietnam and Indonesia in Group C and begin their campaign on September 21 against Vietnam. The four semi-finalists from the competition earn a direct berth to the FIFA U-17 World Cup in Peru in 2019.India’s match schedule in Turkey stay as follows:Istanbul Cup:August 20: India vs OmanAugust 22: India vs TurkeyFriendly Match:August 25: India U-16 vs Besiktas U-16. last_img

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Update on the latest sports

first_imgHatton gets first PGA winORLANDO, Fla. (AP) — Tyrell Hatton overcame high winds and jittery nerves to capture his first PGA title and fifth wordwide.Hatton kept it together down the stretch Sunday by playing bogey-free over the last seven holes for a 2-over 74 to win the Arnold Palmer Invitational. He had a three-shot lead when he drove into the water on the par-4 11th into the wind. Hatton went well over the green with his third shot, chipped short of the putting surface and had to make a 6-footer for a double bogey.But his challengers also faltered. Marc Leishman (LEESH’-man) avoided major disaster and still closed with a 73 to end up one shot behind Hatton. Rory McIlroy began the day one shot back before carding a 76, his highest closing round in a PGA Tour-sanctioned event since a 76 in the 2013 U.S. Open at Merion. McIlroy still tied for fifth, his eighth consecutive finish in the top 5 worldwide dating to September.Third-place finisher Sungjae Im was in serious contention until he came up shockingly short and into the water on the 13th for a double bogey. Garland is listed as week to week and is expected to miss the remainder of the Coyotes’ road trip.The 23-year-old right wing leads the Coyotes with 22 goals and is third with 39 points in 68 games.Arizona currently is two points out of a playoff berth and takes on the Jets in Winnipeg on Monday.TENNIS-PARIBAS OPENParibas Open postponed by coronovirus Hatton’s 4-under total made him one of only four players who beat par for the week, the fewest at Bay Hill since 1980.PGA TOUR CHAMPIONSEls gets first Tour Champions winNEWPORT BEACH, Calif. (AP) — Ernie Els has won the Hoag Classic for his first PGA Tour Champions title in three career starts, birdieing par-5 15th and 18th holes for a two-stroke victory at Newport Beach Country Club.Els closed with a 4-under 67 to finish at 16-under 197. Associated Press Anthony Davis pumped in 30 points and LeBron James added 28 in leading the Lakers to a 112-103 win over their co-tenants. Avery Bradley added 24 points to help the Lakers win their fourth in a row and 11th in 12 games.Paul George scored 31 points for the Clippers, who won their first two meetings with the Lakers before falling 6 ½ games behind their city rivals.Checking out Sunday’s other NBA action:— The Bucks suffered their second straight loss as Devin Booker scored 20 of his 36 points in the first quarter of the Suns’ 140-131 verdict over Milwaukee. Phoenix took early control by outscoring the Bucks, 47-28 in the opening period. Ricky Rubio had a triple-double Phoenix with 25 points, 13 assists and 13 rebounds. Khris Middleton’s 39 points couldn’t stop the NBA leaders from falling to 53-11.— D.J. Augustin scored 24 points off the bench and Aaron Gordon added 19 as the Magic dealt the Rockets their fourth consecutive loss, 126-106. Nikola Vucevic (NEE’-koh-lah VOOCH’-uh-vihch) added 16 points with 16 rebounds for Orlando, which led by 25 at half. Russell Westbrook hit the 20-point plateau for a career-high 33rd straight game, finishing with 24 but also committing eight turnovers. Update on the latest sports — Andre Drummond’s 28 points and 17 rebounds carried the Cavaliers past the Spurs, 132-129 in overtime. Collin Sexton finished with 26 points, while Larry Nance Jr. and Cedi (CHEH’-dee) Osman each contributed 19 points.— The Knicks earned a 96-84 win over the Pistons as Julius Randle had 22 points and 12 rebounds. Elfrid Payton had 16 points, six assists and five rebounds for the Knicks, who allowed just 13 points in the final period to finish 3-2 on their homestand.NBA-BUCKS-ANTETOKOUNMPOAntetokounmpo sidelined by knee injuryGreek Freak shelved Share This StoryFacebookTwitteremailPrintLinkedinRedditNBA-SCHEDULELakers snap Clippers’ winning streakUNDATED (AP) — The Los Angeles Lakers have padded their lead in the NBA’s Western Conference by ending the Clippers’ six-game winning streak. In other top-25 games Sunday:— Ayo Dosunmu scored 17 points and No. 23 Illinois wrapped up the No. 4 seed in the Big Ten tournament by holding off eighth-ranked Iowa, 78-76. Luka Garza scored a game-high 28 points for the Hawkeyes, who came away with the fifth seed in the tournament.— Fabian White Jr. had 18 points and 14 rebounds as No. 21 Houston downed Memphis, 64-57. Quentin Grimes contributed 15 of his 17 points in the second half and fueled a 17-2 run for the Cougars.NHL-HURRICANES-PENGUINSBlues blank Blackhawks — Dennis Schroder (SHROO’-dur) stripped the ball from Kemba Walker and scored on a layup with 8.5 seconds to complete the Thunder’s rally in a 105-104 victory at Boston. Schroder added 27 points and six assists for Oklahoma City, which trailed by 18 in the first half before winning its third in a row. Chris Paul furnished 28 points and seven assists as the Thunder handed the Celtics their fourth consecutive home loss.— Bam Adebayo’s (ad-ah-BY’-ohz) 27 points and 14 rebounds read more

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In search of storylines during a USC bye week

first_imgToday is a tough day for columnists.It’s the Thursday before an open Saturday and after a statement Saturday.In laymen’s terms: USC doesn’t play this Saturday. And last Saturday, the Trojans silenced all the critics.Well-earned rest · After celebrating their easy victory over Cal, the Trojans answered a lot of questions, columnist Grant Tunkel writes. – Dieuwertje Kast | Daily TrojanCan the defense handle the Heisman front-runner Jahvid Best? Yes. He’s now on the Heisman backburner.Can the offense handle the Cal 3-4 defense? Yes. The first two plays went for one yard. The next 75 went for 456.Will the special teams finally come to play? Yes. A dazzling 66-yard punt return score by redshirt junior wide receiver Damian Williams, a perfect day in the field goal department and a 40-yard average day for the punter.Can junior running back Joe McKnight handle an increased workload? Yes. Was Ohio State lightning in a bottle for freshman quarterback Matt Barkley? No. Were Cal quarterback Kevin Riley’s first three games an anomaly? USC’s defense made it look that way.For the time being, there’s no questionable play-calling to talk about, no poor throws to scrutinize and no awful penalties that nearly cost the game to analyze.So what is a columnist to do on a Thursday in the middle of a relatively slow week?I could give you an early look at Notre Dame, but I won’t. I’ll just tell you the Irish are down one of their best players in sophomore wide receiver Michael Floyd and that junior quarterback Jimmy Clausen seems to have some sort of nagging foot injury. Let that marinate over the weekend.I could give you a “Viewer’s Guide to the Weekend Without a USC Football Game,” but I won’t. I’ll just note that there are some very intriguing football games this week.No. 24 Missouri hosts No. 21 Nebraska tonight.One-loss Boston College travels to No. 5 Virginia Tech in the topsy-turvy ACC in the morning hours (at least on this coast).No. 3 Alabama plays on the road at No. 20 Mississippi. At the same time, undefeated Wisconsin plays on the road in the Horseshoe against No. 9 Ohio State. And No. 13 Oregon squares off at one-loss UCLA.A little later, No. 1 Florida travels to No. 4 LSU sans Tim Tebow at the helm (for the time being). Michigan (4-1) plays at No. 12 Iowa (5-0). No. 22 Georgia Tech heads to Tallahassee to take on Florida State, Bobby Bowden rumors and all.I could tell you that a LSU win will eliminate Florida from national championship contention, but I won’t. I’ll just note that it’s going to take two Florida losses to completely eliminate them from the picture — especially if the first one comes without that one guy who plays quarterback.I could write this column about the art of picking college football games, but I won’t. I’ll just say that you should probably do the opposite of my picks in this week’s “Best Bets” section.I could mention that the coaches will be using this free weekend to take recruiting trips, but I won’t.I could tell you that those trips probably won’t prevent USC coach Pete Carroll from tweeting. But then again, I can’t say with any certainty that there isn’t some rule in the NCAA book that prevents that. So I won’t.I could talk about the beginning of the MLB playoffs this week, but you probably already knew that, so I won’t.I could mention that the NHL season is getting underway, but I have this sinking feeling that that probably doesn’t mean a lot to you, so I won’t.I could talk about the USC women’s volleyball team’s Friday night showdown at Pauley Pavilion against UCLA, but I won’t. We have a volleyball writer who can do that.I could talk about the men’s water polo team’s busy weekend, which includes two games each on Friday, Saturday and Sunday. But I won’t. We have a beat writer for that too.I could preview the women’s soccer team’s two games at home this weekend, which open Pac-10 play, but I won’t. Yes, you guessed it — we have a beat writer for that as well.I could write about the difference between watching a football game from the student section and from the press box, but that’s already been done, so I won’t.I could give you an inside look at the press boxes of the various football stadiums I’ve been to this year, but I won’t. (Although it’s worth mentioning that the Horseshoe does have a McFlurry machine.)I could throw in a few not-so-clever jokes and clichés, but I won’t. I want you to actually read this in the future.I could fill this column with some rambling, not-very-cohesive thoughts about anything and everything. But I won’t.Wait a minute. I think I just did that.Oops.I guess you could call it a case of a quiet Thursday.“Thrilla on Manilla Paper” runs every other Thursday. To comment on this article, visit dailytrojan.com or email Grant at tunkel@usc.edu.last_img

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Volleyball: Top-ranked Badgers host biggest game of the year against rival Minnesota

first_imgThe newly crowned No. 1 University of Wisconsin volleyball team is looking to defend their the top spot in the country as they host border rival No. 3 University of Minnesota Wednesday night.After a 3-1 win over then-No. 24 University of Illinois Saturday, the Badgers (14-1, 6-0 Big Ten) earned their first No. 1 ranking in school history a day before the biggest match of the season against the No. 3 Gophers (13-2, 5-1 Big Ten).UW enters the game riding a nine-game winning streak and boasts a perfect conference record that has earned them the sole lead in the Big Ten standings.Volleyball: Wisconsin players battle through injuries to continue winningThe University of Wisconsin women’s volleyball team continued their winning ways this weekend with a pair of road victories over Read…The No. 3 ranked Gophers are the second highest ranked opponent that the Badgers will have seen this season, coming in behind then-No. 2 Texas with UW’s 3-2 comeback win over the Longhorns in Austin three weeks ago.A win over Minnesota would give the Badgers some breathing room atop the Big Ten and separate them from the rest of the country as the undisputed No. 1 — not just as consolation after then-No. 1 Minnesota’s recent loss.The Gophers, on the other hand, are hoping to rebound and steal one from the Badgers after losing 3-2 on the road to No. 10 Penn State last week and falling two spots from their previous No. 1 ranking.Before dropping a game to the Nittany Lions, the U of M was on an 11-game winning streak, during which they dominated the only team UW has lost to: then-No. 11 North Carolina 3-1.Outside of the pride that comes with beating a border rival on the road, the matchup with the Badgers will probably be the biggest opportunity for the Gophers to reassert themselves as the best team in college volleyball.Wisconsin is perfect at home this season sitting 5-0 and will look to uphold both its unblemished record and No. 1 ranking against rival Minnesota in the highest-ranked matchup in college volleyball to date this season. Holding up the theme of this season for the Badgers, there will be little time to rest before a matchup at No. 23 University of Michigan only three days after Minnesota.Wisconsin is favored on paper, but will be more than tested against a familiar foe that looks to avenge a recent conference loss and return to the top of both the Big Ten and the national polls.The game begins Wednesday night at 8 p.m. at the UW Field House with live coverage airing on the Big Ten Network.last_img

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Mexican Drug Lord El Chapo Sentenced to Life in Prison +30 Years

first_imgWednesday, a federal judge sentenced Mexican drug lord Joaquin “El Chapo” Guzman to life in prison plus 30 years.The Court also ordered “El Chapo” to pay $12.6 Billion in forfeiture.The 62-year-old Guzman was sentenced moments ago after being found guilty earlier this year of trafficking hundreds of tons of cocaine, heroin, methamphetamines, and marijuana to the U.S.Restitution will be determined later.Guzman told the Brooklyn judge Wednesday morning that his life behind bars has been miserable.Guzman said Wednesday that he’s been forced to drink unsanitary water, denied access to fresh air and sunlight.He has escaped twice from maximum-security prisons in Mexico, once by digging a mile-long tunnel from his cell.U.S. officials say “that won’t happen again.”It remains unclear where El Chapo will serve his life sentence, but reports indicate he will likely reside at the U.S. Penitentiary, Administrative Maximum Facility (ADX) in Florence, Colorado.The ADX Florence facility is reportedly the most secure “Supermax” prison in the nation.Attorney Mariel Colon, who has visited Guzman regularly in prison before, during, and after his trial, says she is optimistic about his chances on appeal.last_img

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Giggs, about his hair problem: “I became paranoid”

first_imgHis appearance became an obsession: “I became paranoid, especially when I knew that the game was going to be broadcast on television or if it was going to rain. When it rained I thought ‘I wish it wasn’t like that.’ That’s when I decided to cut my hair more and more. When I cut it, I was born stronger “.Pressure became an added problem: “Football can be very stressful. You are constantly under pressure. You are aware of the consequences of losing a game. You are always in focus and exposed to criticism.”He decided to have a hair transplant: “As I have always been a reserved person, it was a subject I wanted to keep for myself. I didn’t want to talk about it, but all the people asked me if I had done something to my hair or if I had had a hair transplant. It was hard for about a day and a half, but I think people now judge less that. “ Wales coach Ryan Giggs was honest about how he lived in his football stage. The former player of Manchester United I was obsessed with hair loss, just as it picks up The sun. He says that his appearance got so stressed that he became paranoid and admitted that he had to have a hair transplant to feel better about himself.The first time you noticed hair loss: “The first time I realized it was after a game at Anfield in 2003. I scored two goals and when I entered the bar where my teammates were, I expected them to receive me with a ‘good job’ but the first thing I heard it was ‘you are losing hair’. “last_img

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“Street protest”, “war break” remarks inciting hostilities – Trade Union

first_imgFinance Minister Winston Jordan in BarticaCivil society bodies are viewing the remarks made by senior officials of the APNU/AFC Government, following the recent ruling of the Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ) that the No-Confidence Motion was validly passed, as inciting hostilities among Guyanese.Finance Minister Winston Jordan, during a Government outreach in Bartica on Tuesday, rallied coalition supporters saying, “Comrades, be on the ready! Because we will be able to call you out to picket for House-to-House registration… From today (Monday) Comrades, war break, because we got to go to elections before the end of this year…”On the other hand, Prime Minister Moses Nagamootoo, at the same public meeting told coalition supporters that there would be trouble if youths are disenfranchised.“The young people who turned 18 since the last elections, their names are not on that voters’ list and anyone who calls for an election without our young people being on that voters’ list, is calling for trouble in this country,” Nagamootoo said.But in a statement on Friday, the Federation of Independent Trade Unions of Guyana (FITUG) expressed concerns over these statements made by the Government officials.“The remarks which, among other things, included a call for “war”— which we could not fail to recognize have been deemed by some as inciting hostilities in our society. Indeed, we share the view that the utterances by leaders of our nation have no place in our contemporary times and could, very well, serve to ratchet up tensions among our peoples,” the umbrella Union said.The missive went on to outline that these statements are “totally unacceptable” and cannot be countenanced, regardless of the circumstances. FITUG posited that the connotation of a call to war naturally evokes strong sentiments and causes, undoubtedly, heightened anxieties.This remark, according to the Trade Union, goes against the Government and more so President David Granger’s call for our people to live in cohesion. Further making reference to another incident where a similar call was sounded on a video recording circulated on social media, FITUG noted that these two incidents were too close for comfort.“At this time, as is the case all the time, we urge our leaders to consider their words and statements, especially taking into account the lasting impression they can have on our people,” the Trade Union stated while being cognizant that these political remarks were made at a Government outreach funded by state resources.Meanwhile, the People’s Progressive Party/Civic (PPP/C) Opposition had wasted no time in writing to Police Commissioner Leslie James and the Ethnic Relations Commission (ERC) to register its complaints over the two officials’ statements.Those remarks by the senior Government officials were made on the same day that the Trinidad-based Regional Court handed down its ruling that the Opposition-sponsored No-Confidence Motion against the coalition Government was validly passed on December 21, 2018 and that the unilateral appointment of the Guyana Elections Commission (GECOM) Chairman was flawed and unconstitutional.Stakeholders, including civil society bodies, the public sector and even the diplomatic community, had called on the political leaders to respect the CCJ ruling and find consensus on the way forward.In fact, the New York-based International Centre for Democracy (ICD) joined the calls for Guyanese leaders to seize the opportunity given by the CCJ in this interim period to demonstrate responsible leadership.“We commend the CCJ for giving the leaders in Guyana a chance to demonstrate political maturity and responsible behaviour in working out the way forward… While we are cautiously optimistic the political leaders will resolve the timeline based on the CCJ rulings, we are encouraged further by the CCJ’s indication that they will meet again on June 24 to consider consequential orders, should the political leaders in Guyana fail to reach consensus on a way forward,” the ICD noted in a missive on Friday.According to the two-year-old body, validity of the No-Confidence Motion has been accepted by all parties since they all previously committed to honour the CCJ rulings. To this end, the ICD posited that the Constitution must be supreme and as such, the parties should work for elections within 90 days from the CCJ ruling – since the Constitution did stipulate the resignation of the Cabinet, a dissolution of Parliament and an election within 90 days after the passage of the No-Confidence Movement.“The democratic processes must be allowed to work and the CCJ has become an adjudicator and mediator to ensure democracy blossoms in Guyana. We are hopeful that the combination of legal authority exercised by the CCJ and mature political dialogue with a commitment to uphold the Constitution will ensure Guyana faithfully stays on the democratic course,” the ICD noted.Prime Minister Moses read more

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Premier Campbell focuses on ‘wood first’

first_imgHe adds, his government has to be mindful of the balance between stimulating the economy, and maintaining services like heath care and education. BC’s premier says the ailing forest sector still holds the key to the province’s economy.Gordon Campbell was on hand in Prince George today, for the opening of the Northern BC economic summit.The main focus of Campbell’s remarks today surrounded the lumber industry, as he promoted his new ‘wood first’ strategy, which he expects will boost the local economy.- Advertisement -[asset|aid=836|format=mp3player|formatter=asset_bonus|title=358e601dbad820c0afbf476935084473-campbell 1_1_Pub.mp3] He says once confidence is built in families and communities, we’ll start to see the benefits of government stimulus.[asset|aid=837|format=mp3player|formatter=asset_bonus|title=358e601dbad820c0afbf476935084473-campbell 2_1_Pub.mp3]As far as the upcoming provincial budget goes, Campbell doesn’t expect immediate tax cuts, as his government already made cuts in October.Advertisementlast_img

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