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Premier Christy Clark
B.C. throne speech promises to pay people back as election nears
The B.C. government says it is time to reap the financial rewards of sustained budget surpluses, promising taxpayers Tuesday that they can expect to see some relief in next week's budget. Premier...
The Canadian Press
Feb 15th, 2017
Clark seeks to bring home B.C. aboriginal remains, sacred belongings, artwork
Aboriginal artwork, regalia and ancestral remains taken over centuries from British Columbia First Nations and placed in museums, universities and private collections must come home, Premier Christy...
Jun 22nd, 2016
Memes mock Premier Christy Clark over government email scandal
The B.C. premier has ordered ministers and staff to stop 'triple deleting' their files, but social media users still aren't satisfied.
Oct 29th, 2015
Robyn Allan urges premier to take back B.C.'s right to review Kinder Morgan expansion
Economist and former ICBC CEO Robyn Allan challenged the B.C. government to announce its own review process of the Kinder Morgan Trans Mountain pipeline. Allan — one of Canada's most prominent...
May 20th, 2015
First Nations chiefs talk tough on oil sands wealth at AFN convention
“Americans are waking up to the fact the Tar Sands is Dirty Oil,” says a Manitoba Grand Chief.
Dec 11th, 2014
Premier Christy Clark speaks out but feds mum on righting citizenship wrongs
The issue of Chinese-Canadian soldiers killed in action during the First and Second World War remaining unrecognized as citizens of Canada is a wrong that the government needs to address, Premier...
Mar 7th, 2013
BC Election 2013: How the Liberals plan to stomp the NDP
In Victoria next Tuesday, Finance Minister Mike de Jong is expected to rise in the Legislature and tell BC that life, and the provincial economy, is supernaturally great. But is this really the case?
Feb 13th, 2013
Global warming increasing by 400,000 atomic bombs every day
We are hitting an extreme weather tipping point. How much has Canada fueled it? Vancouver? Kitsilano?
May 14th, 2012
Metro Vancouver has dirtier transportation than France
Densely populated Metro Vancouver has dirtier transportation than France. More than density is at play in Canadian high-carbon transportation.
Apr 18th, 2012
England's "expensive gas" saves money
The British, French and Germans tax their gasoline 80 cents more per litre than we do. Are they crazy?
Apr 12th, 2012