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Tag Archives: bc hydro
This weeks column for 24Hrs Vancouver: BC Hydro hasn’t made a convincing case for pushing costly dam onto taxpayers
Columnists Laila Yuile and Brent Stafford battle over the issues of the day. The winner of last week’s duel on the Temporary Foreign Worker Program was Laila with 71%. This week’s topic: Considering the results of the Joint Review Panel … Continue reading
In honour of an upcoming story on SNC-Lavalin I’ll have for you soon..
A very late posting of my Monday column this week,as unexpected events last weekend required my attention elsewhere, and delayed other posts here on my site as well. This week, Brent and I debated this question: Do the benefits of … Continue reading
The reactions to my last post on the NDP internal politics are astounding. I’ll be updating that story soon, but our good friend North Van Grumps has a great post up that is a must read. If you don’t make … Continue reading
And so the games begin… ” Site C Clean Energy Project – Joint Agreement for environmental assessment issued “
Site C Clean Energy Project – Joint Agreement Issued http://www2.news.gov.bc.ca/news_releases_2009-2013/2012ENV0001-000144.htm OTTAWA – The Honourable Peter Kent, federal Minister of the Environment and the Honourable Terry Lake, British Columbia Minister of the Environment, announced today that a Joint Agreement has been … Continue reading
I’ve been a very big fan of provincial Auditor General John Doyle, ever since I first started looking into the various P3 projects in the province. Even then, he appeared to me to be one man with unbroken integrity, and … Continue reading
Everyone knows at least one person who is a chemtrail enthusiast, and usually that person is the butt of jokes. But after coming across a few items of interest, I’m not so sure it’s very funny anymore. In a recent … Continue reading
“The” post you have been waiting for is slated for the end of the week. Until then I will be posting bits and bites that catch my eye, like this one, a video banned by Facebook. It gets really good … Continue reading
Please share! A spoof of what goes on in the BC Hydro boardroom….