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Gordzilla in the City: NDP attack on salaries is a cheap political stunt

For a guy who grew up on the west side of Vancouver in relative affluence, NDP MLA Adrian Dix sure loves to model himself as some kind of socialist class warrior. 772 more words

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Christine Van Geyn and Jordan Bateman: Ontario could learn a thing or two from B.C. about budgeting

B.C. Finance Minister Michael de Jong is in Toronto to speak to the Toronto Board of Trade Thursday about opportunities for economic growth in both B.C. 645 more words

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Dermod Travis: Party donor lists reveal deep-pocket pals of the B.C. Liberal Party

B.C.’s 2015 political donations have been reported and they contain some numbers that should cause a bit of unease. It’s not just the amounts that are of interest, it’s the running totals as well. 653 more words

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B.C. Liberals hire 12 ousted federal and Alberta Conservatives, which could give province a 'Harper tone'

It appears out-of-work roughnecks from Alberta aren’t the only ones heading west across the Rockies in search of greener pastures.

Judging by a recent string of political appointments, British Columbia is also a hot destination for recently unemployed Stephen Harper Conservatives and staffers from Alberta’s defeated Conservative government. 883 more words

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Jordan Bateman: B.C. Liberals’ put lipstick on a pig with MSP hikes

B.C. Finance Minister Michael de Jong pulled out some bright red lipstick and smeared it all over the Medical Services Premium tax pig in the 2016-17 budget Tuesday. 622 more words

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Kevin Libin: B.C. has little ammo to take shots at Alberta

The B.C. Liberals’ throne speech, Tuesday, pointedly paid tribute to many historically marginalized groups. Lieutenant Governor Judithju Guichon recognized the Songhees First Nation, and the Esquimalt. 635 more words

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Gary Lamphier: Oh, the irony. Iran to export its crude oil as Alberta continues to wait.

Ironic, isn’t it? Iran, long branded by the U.S. government as an active state sponsor of terrorism, will soon be merrily shipping its crude oil to global markets, as the U.S. 858 more words

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