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May 8, 2017

No Show John Horgan Takes Northwest BC For Granted

As the 2017 campaign comes to a close, the NDP’s John Horgan couldn’t even be bothered to show up in Northwest BC once. While John Horgan took Northwest BC for granted and never came to our communities, Premier Christy Clark visited Prince Rupert, Kitimat, Terrace, and Smithers. “For far too long the BC NDP have Read More…

May 8, 2017

Choose hope, not despair: Premier makes final pitch to voters

RICHMOND – Today’s BC Liberals are the only party offering a plan with hope for a bright future. That was Premier Christy Clark’s message today at the Vancouver International Airport facility of Cargojet – a company that employs 250 people locally and is planning to hire at least another 100 in the year ahead thanks Read More…

May 7, 2017

Horgan Must Come Clean on Details of Chak Au Deal

  Vancouver – It is time for John Horgan to finally come clean with British Columbians about the deal he made with Chak Au. On Friday, Chak Au held a press conference where he restated that the BC NDP has “blind spots” and that he met with John Horgan, who promised he could vote against Read More…

May 6, 2017

RCMP Asked to Investigate BC NDP Candidate Bribery Allegation

Today’s BC Liberals have written to the RCMP asking them to investigate whether the BC NDP candidate in Boundary-Similkameen has breached the Criminal Code by offering an inducement to the independent to step aside. In a Penticton Herald article, Colleen Ross discusses with the reporter Dr. Peter Entwhistle’s electoral chances and notes, “he’s not going Read More…

May 5, 2017

Double trouble: BC NDP tax hikes, naysaying attitude would kill jobs

RICHMOND – Speaking today at BC tech success story Saltworks, Premier Christy Clark made clear that Today’s BC Liberals are the only party that can lead the fight to preserve, protect, and create BC jobs. The BC NDP can’t, and the Green Party won’t – leaving British Columbians with a stark choice when they vote. Read More…

May 5, 2017

Say Anything John Flip Flops in Final Days

Vancouver – With four days before British Columbians choose a new government, the BC NDP’s John Horgan is trying to sneak a new ride sharing position past voters. Late last night, Horgan issued a short statement saying he’s changed his mind and the BC NDP now support introducing the service this year. “In March, John Read More…

May 4, 2017

Senior NDP Candidate Calls Delta “Nowhere”

  At an all-candidate debate last night, senior NDP candidate David Eby let slip what the NDP really thinks about those in Delta and other communities South of the Fraser – calling the George Massey Tunnel replacement bridge “a bridge to nowhere”. “We finally have an answer as to why the BC NDP could possibly Read More…