From overblown promises on LNG to downplaying the Mount Polley disaster, BC Premier Christy Clark is more cheerleader than leader, says Rafe Mair.
Prime Minister Stephen Harper will finally sign off on the controversial FIPA trade deal today, sources say, in advance of an upcoming trip to China.
Christy Clark: Govt ready to embrace Tsilhqot’in case, Aboriginal title – Chiefs cautiously optimistic
Video of the historic meeting between the premier of BC and First Nations leaders - featuring Christy Clark, Tsilhqot'in Chief Roger William and Grand Chiefs Ed John and Stewart Phillip.
The BC government's dramatic about-face with, signing a historic agreement with Tsilhqot'in First Nation leaders shows how much BC has changed, says Rafe Mair...Now corporations must catch up.
CFAX 1070's Ian Jessop interviews Damien Gillis on the Mount Polley mine disaster and consequences of the BC Liberals' de-regulation policy on the environment and economy.
By shirking government accountability, new Mount Polley inquiries miss the point, says Rafe Mair. "Minister Bennett ought to have instantly resigned."
"Our elected leaders should have a vision that extends beyond the next election and the latest Dow Jones average — to our children and grandchildren," says David Suzuki
Burnaby council is launching a constitutional challenge over pipeline builder Kinder Morgan's attempt to force its way onto Burnaby Mountain.
Why is Mount Polley Mine's owner Imperial Metals getting such an easy ride from Minister Bill Bennett? Could it be because its biggest shareholder donated half a million dollars to the BC Liberals?
The Mount Polley Disaster proves that corporations can't be left to police themselves, say Rafe Mair. "This is a colossal screwup by the BC Liberal government."