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Karl Nerenberg | Rising acidity in the ocean has killed over ten million scallops off the coast of Vancouver Island. When asked about this issue, Conservatives could only muster a "we are studying the problem."
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Iglika Ivanova | Yesterday's 2014 B.C. budget contained very little news, as expected. B.C. has no forestry plan, no climate plan, no coherent infrastructure plan, no youth employment plan, no poverty reduction plan.
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Seth Klein, Iglika Ivanova | While arguments about deficits and "who is the better fiscal manager" may make for entertaining politics, there is no compelling economic reason why B.C. cannot run a few years of modest deficits.
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Michael Stewart | There's been a lot of talk in British Columbia lately about #savebcfilm, but the question not yet asked is: does the B.C. film industry deserve to be saved?
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Marc Lee | What we really need is a strategic management framework that winds down our gas reserves over the next couple of decades, transitions to a zero carbon economy, and on the way provides revenues.