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April 27, 2017

WHAT PEOPLE ARE SAYING ABOUT SAY ANYTHING JOHN IN THE DEBATE

“Worth noting @jjhorgan did not answer Y/N question about whether party would raise any new taxes.” (CKNW, Twitter, April 26, 2016) “On the economy, Horgan was asked if he has outlined all of the potential tax increases voters might see in his first term in office. He did not answer…” (Rob Shaw, Prince George Citizen, Read More…

April 27, 2017

WHAT PEOPLE ARE SAYING ABOUT PREMIER CLARK IN THE DEBATE

“Christy Clark made the two others look like two squabbling schoolboys this evening.” (Norman Spector, Twitter, April 26, 2017) “A polished and controlled and confident performer” (Allan Bonner, Global News, April 27, 2017) Clark looks polished and relaxed (Martin MacMahon, News1130, April 26, 2017) Clark is really strong here. That was a nice finish. (Adam Read More…

April 26, 2017

Calm, cool, collected: Christy Clark Wins Leaders’ TV Debate

In tonight’s televised leaders’ debate, Premier Christy Clark delivered a clear, consistent message to voters: she is focused on the issues important to them. Premier Clark made it clear that only Today’s BC Liberals have a plan for jobs, controlling spending, and cutting taxes so we can secure a bright future. The Premier calmly laid Read More…

April 26, 2017

Say Anything John Not Telling Truth About Eliminating Road Tolls

A BC NDP candidate has revealed that John Horgan has no plans to actually eliminate tolls on the Port Mann Bridge. During a debate in Terrace yesterday, Bruce Bidgood said: “We’re also going to take Christy Clark’s Prosperity Funds, some people refer to it as a vanity fund, and to take that and use that Read More…

April 24, 2017

NDP Campaign Machine: NOT ON BC’S SIDE

New revelations are emerging about why John Horgan and the NDP should immediately stop and return the campaign donations made by the United Steelworkers of America. On September 28, 2016, U.S. Representative Peter Defazio sent a letter to the United States Trade Representative calling BC lumber exports “heavily subsidized” and “unfairly traded.” And then added: Read More…

April 24, 2017

HORGAN AND TEAM GIVE UP ON GETTING SOFTWOOD DEAL

The BC NDP’s John Horgan recently said “Good luck with that” when asked about getting a deal on softwood, and now two of his star candidates are doubling down saying there is no hope on getting a negotiated a deal with U.S. President Donald Trump. “John Horgan and his team are giving up on B.C. Read More…

April 24, 2017

Horgan Still Stands With US Donors Over BC Workers

BC Liberal candidate Andrew Wilkinson issued the following statement after John Horgan refused to stand up for British Columbia workers: “This is what we learned today: the United Steelworkers of America are pulling the BC NDP’s strings and John Horgan won’t cut them. “We’ve seen the president of the American-based union stand with Donald Trump Read More…

April 24, 2017

When push to comes to shove – Christy Clark stands tall for forestry

Today at Delta’s StructureCraft, Premier Christy Clark affirmed her continued strong support of British Columbia’s innovative forestry sector. “B.C.’s forestry industry has the potential to change the world,” said Premier Clark, “Cities around the world are not only building new iconic public spaces and structures using B.C. wood, they’re using B.C. expertise to make it Read More…

April 24, 2017

Did Pattison College Ever Pay Back the Money it Took From Foreign Students?

Vancouver – More revelations are surfacing about BC NDP Vancouver-Langara star candidate James Wang and how Pattison College, a company controlled by him and his brother, treated international students studying in Toronto. “New documents have surfaced showing how the Ontario government investigated Pattison College, a company owned by Canadian Overseas Holdings Inc., when BC NDP Read More…