Can we safely balance industrial growth and air quality in northern B.C.? When I saw the news release announcing the Kitimat Airshed Emissions Impact Assessment report was complete, I immediately wondered what information the report contained that wasn’t favourable. It’s a time-honoured tradition for governments to release bad news on a Friday so it canContinue reading This weeks column for 24Hrs Vancouver: B.C. government lets industry run wild
Matthew does some great work, a must follow if you don’t already. Here is an excerpt… B.C. Premier Christy Clark was a partner in a lobbying firm that was contracted by Enbridge and which lobbied the federal government on the company’s behalf, according to documents obtained by The Vancouver Observer. The documents on lobbying originate from 2005-2011, when Clark steppedContinue reading An interesting read by Matthew Millar from the Vancouver Observer: Premier Christy Clark partnered in Enbridge Lobbying Firm
A long-standing Supreme Court lawsuit naming B.C. Premier Christy Clark as a defendant was settled out of court just weeks prior to the upcoming provincial election, 24 hours has learned. A statement of claim for an accident that took place in 2008 alleged the plaintiff in the case was struck from behind by a vehicleContinue reading From 24Hrs Vancouver : Clark ( Clarke) settles accident claim out of court.
When a reader tweeted a link last Thursday to the Comox Valley Business Gazette story about Clark’s comments on her ex-husband Mark Marissen, I did two things. First, I nearly choked on my coffee. This woman has no filter between her mind and her mouth. Second, I tweeted it to Christy Clark, Mark Marissen andContinue reading And where is Ms.Isinger’s indignation now? **updated x2 below post : Isinger responds.