Christy Clark

BC's dirty climate secret

“We can fool ourselves, but we can’t fool the atmosphere.” — Sierra Club BC Science Advisor Dr. Colin Campbell.

BC to open new trade and investment office in Hong Kong

Christy Clark emphasizes increased trade with Asia on her third trip to the region.

BC Finance Minister Kevin Falcon resigns: Bond to step in

Kevin Falcon has resigned as BC's finance minister, saying he won't be running in the May 2013 provincial election. He cited personal and professional reasons for his decision.  Premier...

Would an oil spill in British Columbia be good for Canada?

Pipeline boosters say it’s in the ‘national interest,’ but is an oil spill in Great Bear Rainforest or BC really good for Canada?

Enbridge Northern Gateway poses “a very large risk” to BC for “very small” benefit, says Premier Christy Clark

Premier Christy Clark has finally come out with her long-awaited position on the controversial Enbridge Northern Gateway pipeline proposal.

Clark remains neutral on Enbridge pipeline despite NDP call to oppose

Premier says the government will remain neutral on the Enbridge pipeline despite NDP calls to oppose it after a U.S. agency's report slammed the company's response to the 2010 Michigan spill.

BC Premier Christy Clark not working hard enough for LNG fracking, energy expert says

At the Canadian Oil and Gas Export in Vancouver, a gas expert harshly criticized Premier Clark's "slow and archaic" government and said she should hire new staff.

Voters Taking Action on Climate Change photo shoot tackles pipelines and tankers

A huge crowd gathered for the photo shoot for an ad urging Premier Clark to protect the BC coast.

Job creation ideas for Prime Minister Harper and Premier Clark

Stephen Harper and Christy Clark, take note: here are 14 simple ideas for job creation that will get the province moving again.

Harper’s Canada: A local and provincial politics fact sheet

Fourth in a series documenting key events and issues in Canadian politics. Here’s a look at how Conservative policies are affecting change at the local and provincial level.