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Can’t Trust Cummins on the Shipbuilding Industry

Can’t Trust Cummins on the Shipbuilding Industry

BCC leader John Cummins opposed the Premier’s efforts to help Seaspan win this $8-billion contract, and was outraged after the announcement saying that he was “furious” because the Premier’s efforts “didn’t influence the bid”; despite the fact that the CEO of Seaspan said the exact opposite was true. READ MORE Read More Arrow
Premier Christy Clark and Our Ship Building Contract - B.C. Jobs

Premier Christy Clark and Our Ship Building Contract - B.C. Jobs

Today, British Columbia received a big boost to our economy thanks to the decision by the National Shipbuilding Procurement Program to award an eight year, $8 billion contract to build the next generation of non-combat vessels for the Royal Canadian Navy and the Canadian Coast Guard. We call our jobs plan "Canada Starts Here" and this shows why. It starts with skilled workers, smart businesses and a government that is committed to working in partnership to create jobs. READ MORE Read More Arrow
BLAST FROM THE PAST: THE TAXMAN COMETH

BLAST FROM THE PAST: THE TAXMAN COMETH

Adrian Dix, the chief architect of the 1990¹s NDP government, is in town and it¹s time for him to be honest about his plan to recklessly raise taxes to pay for pet projects and reward his public sector union bosses. READ MORE Read More Arrow
Cummins Out of Left Field

Cummins Out of Left Field

VANCOUVER – There's out of touch, and then there's out of left field. But John Cummins’ comments criticizing the BC Jobs Plan show he’s completely left the ballpark. READ MORE Read More Arrow
B.C. targets innovation, job creation and training

B.C. targets innovation, job creation and training

SURREY - As part of 'Canada Starts Here: The B.C. Jobs Plan' to be released Thursday, Premier Christy Clark announced that British Columbia plans to support small business innovation and entrepreneurship by expanding access to venture capital tax credits, extending tax credits available to apprentices and employers, and working with business leaders to cut red tape and streamline administration of provincial taxes. READ MORE Read More Arrow
Port funding helps B.C. benefit from Asia Pacific trade

Port funding helps B.C. benefit from Asia Pacific trade

B.C. is poised to attract new investment into our economy, creating and protecting jobs for families in every region. As part of "Canada Starts Here: The BC Jobs Plan" to be formally released on Thursday, Premier Christy Clark made an announcement to help secure B.C. as the preferred gateway to Asia-Pacific trade and enable our resources to get to world markets. READ MORE Read More Arrow
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