Well, election night came and went – but the election isn’t over! What a strange feeling – for the leaders and the candidates, for all the volunteers who worked so hard in the run up to voting day, and for everyone who stayed up way too late on election night – all of us waiting … Continue readingRead more »
Posts Tagged: provincial government
How we stop Kinder Morgan now
With federal and provincial permits in hand, the Kinder Morgan pipeline is a done deal, right? Wrong. The front-line of the battle to defend our coast from Kinder Morgan has shifted, and we face challenges on our path to victory – but so does Kinder Morgan. Here’s how Kinder Morgan can and will be stopped … Continue readingRead more »
Is BC’s new spill response law really world-leading?
The provincial government’s new and long-awaited oil spill preparedness bill will soon be debated in the legislature for the first time. The bill is an important step forward, promising new provisions aimed at reducing the tremendous gaps in B.C.’s ability to respond to spills. Although this is good, and much-needed in our province, the bill … Continue readingRead more »
Ribbon fades on BC’s climate leadership
How long can you still crow about the ribbon you got for the science fair project in grade school? It’s a question that kept going through my mind as I stared into the BC government’s budget documents at the briefing on Tuesday. In the Finance Minister’s speech, the Ministerial Services plan, in the strategic plan … Continue readingRead more »