Christy Clark

Kelowna wildfire, July 2015. Canadian Press photo

Premier Clark fears raging wildfires new norm, blames climate change

Prime Minister Harper is expected to join Clark in her home riding of Kelowna this afternoon.
Lelu Island photo by Robin Rowland/Canadian Press

Corporate tax-protection act passes, paving way for B.C.’s first LNG project

Petronas has yet to make its final investment decision on the proposed US$36 billion project near Prince Rupert.
protest, demonstration, LNG, Woodfibre, Squamish

Summer LNG session a desperate move, say critics

'They threw this Hail Mary pass, it was caught, it landed and now they’re trying to deliver.' — Green Party MLA Andrew Weaver.
Christy Clark, Pope Francis

If the Pope gets climate change, why can't we?

Raffi urges Premier Clark to heed the Pope’s message on climate change.
Alberta PCs, BC Liberals, Progressive Conservatives, Rachel Notley, NDP

Alberta oil and gas millions fuel BC Liberal machine

SPECIAL REPORT: Alberta oil and gas industry donated millions to the BC Liberal Party over the last decade.
NASA image of the West Coast showing smoke obliterating Vancouver

B.C. roasts thanks to bad forest policy and climate change

A century of aggressive forest fire suppression, accelerating climate change fueled by burning fracked gas and oil and large population growth is leading to a human-created perfect firestorm.
Typical lineup at crowded UBC campus bus loop

Mayors, premier led us into transit purgatory

Our communities are held hostage by this demoralizing and exhausting political game.

Opinion: Clark selling out future generations to placate Malaysian oil and gas giant

Christy Clark’s about to drive another nail into the coffin of B.C.’s economic and environmental future. It’s such an unusual move for the B.C. legislature that so far it isn’t even listed on the...
Is Christy Clark too close to the drug industry?

Is big pharma behind Clark's health firings?

It's time for the B.C. government to come clean about the real reasons why it fired eight health researchers.
Fenella Sung and Ivy Li

Track foreign buying of real estate, says Chinese Canadian group

The Friends of Hong Kong call on government to stop dismissing complaints about off-shore buying as 'anecdotal'.