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Braid: Notley says she'll convince B.C. - but slowly, without a fight

Premier Rachel Notley won’t be setting herself up as a magnet for demonstrations in B.C. next week.

She’ll be talking to several media outlets (as she did in Calgary Friday) but won’t give the usual formal speech at a set location. 846 more words

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B.C. Liberals claim that $20 billion invested in LNG questioned

The B.C. government’s propaganda machine is telling us that $20 billion has been invested in B.C. LNG thanks to the Liberals.

Unless I have been living under a mushroom for the past three years, for the life of me I cannot see where that $20 billion has been spent. 486 more words

Letters

Braid: Notley will find stormy waters when she pitches pipeline to B.C.

Rachel Notley persuaded Albertans to vote NDP last year, a task everybody thought was impossible.

Her next selling job will be harder.

She’s going to B.C. 637 more words

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Mike Smyth: B.C. NDP crunched the polling numbers on grizzly-bear hunting ban

The last time the NDP proposed a ban on hunting grizzly bears, the result wasn’t exactly a roaring success.

The year was 2001, and then-premier Ujjal Dosanjh brought in a three-year moratorium on hunting B.C.’s iconic apex predator. 478 more words

Columnists

Stephanie Smith and Damian Kettlewell: The best system for non-medical marijuana sales already exists

Love it or hate it, public retailing of non-medical marijuana is coming.

With that in mind, the most socially responsible way to sell it in B.C. 675 more words

Opinion

Blacktop politics? B.C. spending disproportionally benefits Liberals looking to fund transportation projects

VICTORIA – B.C. communities represented by Liberal MLAs are more likely to get lucrative transportation projects such as highway repaving, road widening and bridge work, according to a Postmedia News analysis of provincial spending since the last election. 1,694 more words

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BC Liberal ridings getting almost 75% of road and highway spending

VICTORIA – B.C. communities represented by Liberal MLAs are more likely to get lucrative transportation projects such as highway repaving, road widening and bridge work, according to a Postmedia News analysis of provincial spending since the last election. 1,708 more words

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