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May 2, 2017

What Would Harry Say?

Following the 2013 election, BC NDP candidate Harry Lali had some tough words for the BC NDP choosing to abandon rural British Columbia. Lali said: • “If you can’t speak to rural B.C. and the blue-collar worker, I would bet a million bucks if I had it, the NDP will never win an election again.” Read More…

May 2, 2017

Horgan’s Leapers Leave Workers Behind

    At a time when BC workers are already under attack from the protectionist policies of US President Donald Trump, John Horgan and the NDP are running a slate of candidates who support the job-killing politics of the NDP’s LEAP Manifesto. The NDP’s LEAP Manifesto calls for dramatic increases in provincial stumpage fees charged Read More…

May 2, 2017

Dear John: We need to talk, about the issues

With Say Anything John Horgan confirming he won’t discuss issues until after the election, Today’s BC Liberal candidate Andrew Wilkinson says the BC NDP must be honest with voters. “Elections are exactly when British Columbians expect and deserve to hear from those who want to lead,” said Wilkinson. “For John Horgan to simply brush off Read More…

May 2, 2017

Premier Christy Clark ready to impose thermal coal levy

    Today at NMV Lumber, Premier Christy Clark announced the measures she will take if necessary to stop the shipment of thermal coal through British Columbia. “Ideally, the federal government will act on our request to ban thermal coal in our ports – but if they don’t, British Columbia will charge a carbon levy Read More…

May 1, 2017

HORGAN MUST DENOUNCE ADVISOR FOR ‘DINOSAUR’ COMMENTS

      One of the BC NDP’s biggest boosters – who shared a stage with John Horgan this morning – is labelling key sectors of the economy as ‘dinosaurs.’ “It’s time for John Horgan to stand up for workers, to defend them against attacks like the one from his boosters and donors,” said Today’s Read More…

May 1, 2017

TODAY’S BC LIBERALS STAND WITH B.C. ALUMINUM WORKERS AND THEIR FAMILIES

Ellis Ross, Today’s BC Liberals candidate for Skeena, was joined today by Deputy Premier Rich Coleman in Kitimat to talk about jobs and the impact of President Donald Trump’s continued attacks on Canadian workers and their family supporting jobs. “This riding may be far from Washington, D.C., but make no mistake unless we stand up Read More…

May 1, 2017

XX marks the spot – putting women at the forefront of BC’s vibrant tech scene

Today, at Canada’s largest biotech company, Premier Christy Clark and STEMCELL Technologies’s Chief Scientific Officer Terry Thomas encouraged more women to consider careers in tech. “From video games to life sciences, tech is thriving in British Columbia,” said Premier Christy Clark. “With jobs that pay significantly better than average and make a real difference in Read More…

May 1, 2017

BMO Makes it Official: We’re Number One

In a report released this morning, the Bank of Montreal gives British Columbia top marks for job creation, tax reductions and balancing the provincial books. Through the hard work of British Columbians and keeping an eye on lowering taxes and controlling government spending, we are number one in the country. Quotes from the Bank of Read More…

May 1, 2017

56 Percent Marginal Tax Rate On the Way Under NDP

    Analysis completed by two prominent B.C. economists suggests that under an NDP government the highest combined marginal tax rate will rise to as high as 56 percent – a rate which will devastate the British Columbia tech sector.   “Everyone knows the NDP platform is going to result in higher taxes, the only Read More…