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LNG Canada committing to start construction on B.C. project this year

The LNG pipe dream may soon become a reality.

Andy Calitz, the head of LNG Canada, committed on Tuesday that his company will start construction on a LNG facility on B.C.’s coast this year. 670 more words

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KNOX - Tax tip: Sorry, you can't claim Trudeau and Horgan as dependents

A MESSAGE from the Canada Revenue Agency/Agence de Gougement.

Dear Taxpayer/Cher Victime,

The deadline for most Canadians to file their 2017 tax returns is Monday, April 30. 782 more words

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Roy Green: Do we still have a nation?

The Trans Mountain pipeline extension imbroglio is unzipping Canada’s emotional fault lines with a surgical dexterity unimagined by any remaining members of Quebec’s constitutional dismemberment teams of 1980 and 1995. 915 more words

Canada

IN THE LEDGE - Liberal members from Alberta in a tizzy over Trans Mountain

Debate in the B.C. Legislature on Monday (April 16, 2018) on the Trans Mountain pipeline.

T. Stone: Yesterday we learned from the Prime Minister of Canada that the Premier actually had nothing constructive to say to the federal government about ocean protection. 1,530 more words

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'We're going to wait': Greens defend decision to prop up NDP despite LNG plan

Last week the B.C. NDP unveiled its plan to lure the LNG industry to B.C., including big tax breaks and an exemption from carbon tax increases. 885 more words

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Jon McComb: B.C. Green Party leader Andrew Weaver is a 'toothless tiger'

B.C. Premier John Horgan’s announcement Thursday regarding liquified natural gas (LNG) came as a surprise to many people.

It has probably disappointed many of the people who voted in favour of the NDP and who took Horgan’s and the NDP’s denunciation of the Liberal’s LNG plans as some kind of forever opposition. 517 more words

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NDP downplays rift with Green Party over LNG plans

B.C.s’s environment minister is downplaying any potential rift with the Green Party, over its leader’s threats to potentially topple the government over the NDP’s new LNG plan. 369 more words

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