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Alyse Kotyk | Trudeau said working with the provinces and territories will be the cornerstone of the climate change approach. But B.C. is ignoring recommendations that could limit carbon pollution. What now?
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Rafe Mair | If the B.C. NDP want any chance of winning the next election, they better get on the right side of history and embrace the Leap Manifesto, argues Rafe Mair.
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Redeye Collective | The B.C. government seismically upgraded the George Massey crossing, created a bus lane and talked of twinning the tunnel. Then Port Metro Vancouver asked for a bridge and plans suddenly changed.
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Rafe Mair | Has the B.C. NDP now pushed the Greens out the environmental field entirely? Rafe Mair thinks so.
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Breaking Down The 2016 Budget
Daryn Caister | The hosts discuss the good and bad of the Liberal budget, respond to some listener voicemail and Kevin Farmer returns for a special segment!
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Elizabeth May | At a minimum, British Columbians would assume that the industry will be stringently regulated for the safety of all our citizens. That doesn't appear to be the case.
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Peace River
Redeye Collective | The B.C. government says it needs to build a massive dam on the Peace River to generate hydro power for the province's future. Ben Parfitt says Site C is all about the plan to liquify natural gas.
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Seth Klein | B.C.'s LNG hopes are simply incompatible with any realistic notion of Canada meeting its obligations to keep global temperature rise to 1.5 degrees.
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Redeye Collective | Film director Charles Wilkinson travelled to Haida Gwaii and found a community of people living a sustainable life independent of corporate rule and extreme resource extraction.
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Brigette DePape | The site for the Petronas LNG terminal was chosen without the consultation of local First Nations and Skeena communities, and the Lax Kw'alaams First Nations voted against the proposed terminal.
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Marc Lee | The CCPA-BC have uncovered a pattern of misinformation about LNG, coming primarily from the government, which should be looking out for the public interest instead of blindly championing the industry.
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David Suzuki | It's refreshing to see premiers recognizing the need to address climate change through conservation, efficiency and clean technology, but we need a greater shift to keep problems from getting worse.