The shovels are in the dirt—if the massive tunnel boring machine called Alice, can be considered a shovel.
“You know it is a tradition in the industry, the tunnel boring industry, to name the machine after women,” Clark said. 256 more words
B.C. Premier Christy Clark hopes to reach an agreement with the B.C. Teachers’ Federation before job action disrupts the school system and says the 10-year contract put forward is something the province, and many teachers, want. 284 more words
VICTORIA – British Columbia Premier Christy Clark’s latest throne speech compares her government’s pursuit of liquefied natural gas to the almost unbelievable race to land astronauts on the moon in the 1960s, but her critics dismissed the plans as spaced out. 605 more words
VICTORIA – British Columbia Premier Christy Clark repeated her promise of a balanced budget Wednesday, less than a month before her government tables a fiscal plan that is expected to have a thin surplus. 580 more words