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April 19, 2017

A sight to see – jobs across B.C., thanks to Site C

The largest infrastructure project in BC history might be built in the Northeast, but the economic benefits are already reaching across the province. Today in Surrey, Premier Christy Clark visited Foundex, one of the 275 businesses across the province benefiting from the Site C Clean Energy Project. “Surrey may be a long way from Fort Read More…

April 18, 2017

Creating new secondary suites by expanding the Home Renovation Tax Credit

At a construction site in Surrey today, Surrey-Panorama candidate Puneet Sandhar and Richmond-Queensborough candidate Jas Johal announced that Today’s BC Liberals will help people build new secondary suites in their homes by expanding the Home Renovation Tax Credit. “This new tax credit will make it easier to build secondary suites, opening up new places for Read More…

April 18, 2017

Site C: Powering BC’s Bright Future

    Site C is the largest infrastructure project in B.C., and the largest clean energy project under construction in North America – but it’s much more than that.   “Site C means thousands of jobs and 100 years of clean, affordable, and reliable power – enough for 450,000 B.C. homes,” said Premier Christy Clark. Read More…

April 18, 2017

SAY ANYTHING JOHN AT IT AGAIN

    Say Anything John Horgan and the BC NDP are at it again. This morning, Say Anything John Horgan was meeting with the International Union of Operating Engineers Local 155. The same operating engineers who support Pacific Northwest LNG and the thousands of construction jobs it will create. This morning, Say Anything John Horgan’s Read More…

April 17, 2017

Say Anything John – Candidates Edition

  Last week- John Horgan on a Green candidate mimicking Martin Luther King’s speech: “I just don’t know how you can act like that in the 21st century.” The BC NDP pushed that the candidate in question “should quit.”   Today- John Horgan on his own candidates equating police to Nazis, supporting anti-Israel activism, and Read More…

April 17, 2017

Making history through patience, hard work

Right up until he walked to the podium at UBC, Dallas Smith thought the historic Great Bear Rainforest Agreement might not happen. “It took so long, with so many bumps on the road, and so many times when I thought it was never going to get done,” says Smith, president of the Nanwakolas Council, and Read More…

April 17, 2017

Why Hasn’t John Horgan Fired Star Candidate Ronna-Rae Leonard?

  It has been five hours since John Horgan learned his star candidate in Courtenay-Comox compared the police to the Nazis.   In that time, he has – quite rightly – opposed the vandalism of signs in North Vancouver with white supremacist imagery. But Horgan hasn’t fired Ms. Leonard and refuses to say whether he Read More…

April 17, 2017

Getting to Yes – the B.C. Way

CAMPBELL RIVER – Only Premier Christy Clark and Today’s BC Liberals have a plan to create jobs by getting to yes on resource development the B.C. way – protecting our environment to the highest standards, ensuring opportunities for First Nations, and securing benefits for all British Columbians. “Responsible resource development is how people have lived Read More…