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Ends March: Vision Vancouver and Speaker Tuesday

ends march: Sun Yat-Sen garden as otter continues to evade capture Vision Vancouver will not run a mayoral candidate for first time in party's history'Bella Dolls' sex doll brothel has opened in Vancouver Grizzly bear kills woman, 10-month-old baby in Yukon, coroner says The legislature will elect a speaker Tuesday, followed Wednesday by Legault's inaugural speech outlining government priorities, according to Vancouver Courier. Finance Minister Eric Girard will deliver an economic update Dec. 3, in which Quebecers will learn the size of the projected surplus for this fiscal year, which ends March 31. Among Legault's commitments were pledges to cut taxes, launch large-scale infrastructure projects, reduce immigration levels and make kindergarten available to four-year-olds across the province.article continues below Trending Stories One koi rescued, three remain at Dr. Liberal finance critic Carlos Leitao told reporters Monday the economic update will be an important test of the new government. Last March, the Liberals said the province would finish the fiscal year roughly 3 billion in surplus, but Girard and Legault have both challenged that number since they took office. Legault and his ministers have tough choices to make, Leitao said, because despite what he called a considerable surplus left over by the Liberal government, Quebec's finances aren't a bottomless well. ( As reported in the news.