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B.C. to lead country in growth, but job creation stuck in second gear

VICTORIA – Premier Christy Clark’s promises to transform British Columbia into Canada’s top job-creating engine appears to be stuck in second gear, even as the provincial economy is predicted to surge. 605 more words


Dawson Speaks: Young voices on the Site C Dam in Northern B.C.

This week I spoke with two very different young residents of Dawson Creek, B.C. to get their opinions on Site C Dam, a proposed project 80 kilometres northwest of Dawson Creek (and just seven kilometres southwest of it’s neighbor, Ft. 1,768 more words

Podcast: In the House with Michael Smyth and fired health-care researcher Ron Mattson

In this week’s podcast, Province columnist Michael Smyth interviews Ron Mattson, one of the eight health-care researchers fired by the government.

The workers were involved in researching prescription drugs for the Ministry of Health. 85 more words


What the NDP win in Alberta means for B.C.

WATCH: After 44 years of Progressive Conservative rule the NDP has won a majority government in Alberta. Jeremy Hunka reports on Tuesday’s outcome  and what this seismic shift in Alberta politics could mean for B.C. 349 more words