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Premier Clark to meet with First Nations chiefs

VICTORIA – At least 500 British Columbia aboriginal leaders are set to meet this week with Premier Christy Clark on how all sides can deal with the implications of a historic land rights ruling from Canada’s highest court. 471 more words


Premier Christy Clark has a few words for British Columbians.

“Since B.C.’s humble beginnings as a colony, there has been a lot of change. Our province is now home to over 4.5 million people, and has become a pillar of confederation: vibrant, multicultural, and prosperous. 67 more words


EDITORIAL — 'Om the Bridge' could easily have been resolved

EDITORIAL — Down in Lotusland, they live in a different world. It’s denizens must make the difficult choices, on a daily basis, between such things as whether to take the bus or the Canada Line train, pack an umbrella or sun screen, go to a Lions game or a FIFA match under the cover of B.C. 259 more words


Premier's Lunar New Year Reception 2015

Chinese Stamps and Numismatic Society of Canada 加拿大中華郵幣學會 helps to celebrate Premier’s Lunar New Year Reception 2015 with Dr. Jan Walls,  MLA Richard Lee and Premier Christy Clark at Floata Restaurant in Vancouver’s Chinatown. 34 more words

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B.C. pours money into fighting domestic violence

SURREY, B.C. – Premier Christy Clark is upgrading her government’s strategy for ending domestic violence in B.C., with a central role being played by police, even as she divests herself from decisions made by the RCMP on a closely-related issue. 539 more words


CHARBONNEAU — Site C hydro power is a good idea, but not now

COLUMN — Like wind and solar energy, hydroelectricity is one of the greenest sources of power. That said, it’s only one factor in building Site C dam on the Peace River. 518 more words


Year in review with Premier Christy Clark

In a year-end interview, Premier Christy Clark discussed major milestones and the events of 2014.

Here are some excerpts from the premier’s interview with Unfiltered’s… 232 more words