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by Letters to the ... on Wednesday Feb 13 2019

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by The Fraser Institute on Sunday Feb 10 2019

Ottawa’s projected deficit of $19.6 billion in 2019/20 may automatically increase to as much as $34.4 billion if Canada enters a recession this year, finds a new study by the Fraser Institute, an independent, non-partisan Canadian public policy think-tank.

by Letters to the ... on Sunday Feb 10 2019

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by Letters to the ... on Thursday Feb 07 2019

To The Editor:

Dear Michelle Mungall:

As a constituent, I don't feel represented by you as my MLA or by Premier John Horgan. Even though it's become almost routine to break election promises in Canadian politics, it is not acceptable.

by John Horgan on Thursday Feb 07 2019

Over the past year and half, I’ve been working collaboratively with Washington State Governor Jay Inslee to strengthen the relationship between Washington state and B.C. and seize opportunities in the Pacific Northwest.

by Sara Golling on Wednesday Feb 06 2019

First, let’s straighten out that “world of politics” reference; politicians do not, and should not feel entitled to, occupy some separate sphere from the rest of us on this planet. But in some ways, they seem to: politicians seem to have some special license, à la James bond, to kill – to kill truth with words.

by David Suzuki on Wednesday Feb 06 2019

Weather and climate aren’t the same. It’s one thing for people who spend little or no time learning about global warming to confuse the two, but when those we elect to represent us don’t know the difference, we’re in trouble.

by Contributor on Wednesday Feb 06 2019

By Stuart Parker

by Letters to the ... on Tuesday Feb 05 2019

To The Editor:

At the last city council meeting councillor Rik Logtenberg said he wants the city to declare a Climate Emergency.

We could all save ourselves a lot of money by sending this councillor and others who think like this to Africa.

by The Narwhal on Tuesday Feb 05 2019

Internal documents released via Freedom of Information laws show that, while the B.C. government was publicly apologizing to the Fort Nelson First Nation for exempting natural gas plants from environmental assessments without consultation, the province quietly used a loophole to allow the exemptions to continue — a loophole that persists to this day

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