Christy Clark

Left: Kate Fink-Jensen and her mother, Kim. Right: Premier Christy Clark

British Columbia's premier shames parents for taking their kids to tar sands pipeline protest and crossing police line

Premier Christy Clark criticized two Burnaby families for letting their daughters cross a police line on Burnaby Mountain to protest Kinder Morgan's controversial Trans Mountain ...
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Fifty-five organizations tell province Revised Societies Act harmful to non-profit groups

Fifty-six organizations have submitted a joint letter to the BC government raising concerns about the act.
Photo of teachers strike by Mychaylo Prystupa

B.C. teachers should seize the moment and end strike, says legal expert

Teachers have the upper hand right now, and should accept the deal while public support is still strong, says a former Crown prosecutor.
Mount Polley, tailings pond, drinking water, mercury, arsenic, Imperial Metals

Why B.C. can expect more Mount Polley-style disasters

If the breach of the Mount Polley tailings pond can bring anything into sharper focus, it is that our relationship with industry in this province is heading in the wrong direction.
Conceptual image of Site C Dam

What the Site C Dam is really for: an explosion of new fracking wells

Whatever else it's supposed to do, Site C is clearly intended to supply the fracking industry.
Frack Off

Activists hold "Frack Off" protest against Christy Clark's LNG projects

Protestors to Clark: LNG is a bad deal for BC.
Map of Woodfibre LNG project proposed for Squamish

Public comment period on proposed Squamish LNG plant closes

The federal government held a public comment period on a proposed Squamish LNG plant over the holiday period, leaving concerned community members without a say.

BC and Alberta reach draft agreement on pipelines to the coast

Redford ecstatic over the deal as she spoke at Vancouver Board of Trade event.

Activists bring fracking rig to Christy Clark's front lawn

If the Premier is so keen on fracking, it will come to to her doorstep, activists say.

Greenpeace Comes "Home" to Protest a Short-Sighted Pipeline Project

Members of Greenpeace were back in Vancouver today where the famed (infamous?) organization started more than 40 years ago as a small ragtag group of people trying to stop nuclear testing in the...