|Blog Shannon Daub, Zoë Yunker | Documents indicate that while the Paris talks were underway, the B.C. government launched a closed-door three month-long process with the oil and gas industry to revise and re-write the climate plan.|
Candidate's proposal to kick B.C. out of New West Partnership is likely to delight West Coast New DemocratsDavid J. Climenhaga | The New West Partnership is designed to make it harder for provincial governments to enact their own, tougher policies on a range of issues. So what’s not to like about being kicked out?
|Blog David J. Climenhaga | Success on the pipeline file is apparently essential to political success in Alberta -- never mind the world market for petroleum.|
|Blog Raffi Cavoukian | Christy Clark's Liberals have repeatedly shown themselves to be a party for the 1 percent. On May 9th, let's change that.|
Missing Jason Kenney surfaces, safe and sound, speaking up for Christy Clark at chichi Vancouver steak houseDavid J. Climenhaga | In a tweet yesterday, Alberta PC leader Jason Kenney himself briefly surfaced, saying he was in Vancouver "for a conference."
Kinder Morgan's $771,000 donation to B.C. Liberals raises red flags while Premier shifts to damage controlAlyse Kotyk | The B.C. Liberals are under scrutiny for accepting significant donations from lobbyists, including those connected to the controversial Trans Mountain pipeline project, sparking an RCMP investigation.
|Blog various | Seven members of Premier Christy Clark's Climate Leadership Team are voicing concern that the B.C. government has still not released a new climate plan needed to meet its legislated targets.|
|Blog David J. Climenhaga | B.C. Premier Christy Clark's shot was aimed directly at the NDP… the B.C. NDP, that is, via their brethren out here on the other side of the Rockies.|
|Blog 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.|
|Blog Rod Mickleburgh | The teachers have legitimate grievances, says Rod Mickleburgh, but they have found themselves on an indefinite picket line against a government that is prepared to leave them out there.|
|News Tanya Hill | The B.C. Liberals' job plan has done very little to actually curb unemployment rates and produce sustainable jobs.|
|Blog David J. Climenhaga | Pretty obviously, thanks to Tuesday's B.C. election and the vote last year in Alberta, we have reached a moment of reckoning for Canada's pollsters.|
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