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April 21, 2017

John Horgan’s South of 50 Tour (A Visual Representation)

    See the Visual Representation here. Vanderhoof – It’s no surprise that NDP leader John Horgan has waved the white flag on softwood considering that he has yet to cross the 50th parallel in this campaign, says Nechako Lakes candidate John Rustad. “I get that he may not want to look workers in the Read More…

April 21, 2017

John Horgan’s South of 50 Tour

Vanderhoof – It’s no surprise that NDP leader John Horgan has waved the white flag on softwood considering that he has yet to cross the 50th parallel in this campaign, says Nechako Lakes candidate John Rustad. “I get that he may not want to look workers in the eye after saying ‘good luck’ on getting Read More…

April 21, 2017

Reality Check – MSP Whiplash

  British Columbians are getting whiplash from the NDP’s “four positions in four days’ on how they would fill the $1.7 billion hole created by their promise to eliminate Medical Service Plan. In the BC NDP platform, John Horgan says he will get rid of the MSP tax on families entirely. No mention of ‘rolling Read More…

April 21, 2017

BC’s forestry sector doesn’t need ‘luck’ – it needs a champion

  In the heartland of B.C.’s founding industry, Premier Christy Clark took a strong stand on behalf of B.C.’s 60,000 forestry workers. “With low commodity prices and the rising tide of US protectionism, forestry is facing tough times,” said Premier Clark. “In tough times, we stick together – and that’s why we’ll continue to stand Read More…

April 21, 2017

What Will Say Anything John Say Today on MSP?

  Say Anything @jjhorgan‘s #BCNDP – Making it up on the back of a napkin. #BCelxn17 pic.twitter.com/IRyJSPYC6c — TheTruthTruck (@TheTruthTruck) April 21, 2017 Say Anything John is at it again – this time on MSP. Though his platform co-chair Carole James and numerous candidates have stated the BC NDP will roll MSP into income tax, Read More…

April 20, 2017

B.C.’s Bright Future – Forged in Iron

Today, Premier Christy Clark visited some of the hardworking men and women who will be building B.C.’s largest transportation infrastructure project, the George Massey Tunnel Replacement. “As people continue to vote with their feet and build a bright future for themselves in Canada’s leading economy, the Lower Mainland is going to grow by a million Read More…

April 20, 2017

Calm Clark Displays Real Leadership

The first leader’s debate showed the difference leadership makes. Premier Christy Clark calmly laid out our plan to control spending, provide a middle-class tax cut and grow the economy so we can create more jobs – which is the best way to provide for your family. In marked contrast, the BC NDP’s John Horgan revealed Read More…

April 20, 2017

NDP Campaign Co-Chair Carole James Admissions, Errors, Half-Truths in her April 19 Press Conference

    Today’s BC Liberals Vancouver-Quilchena Candidate Andrew Wilkinson released the following analysis of Carole James NDP platform defense press conference on April 19, 2017. “It is clear from the NDP platform co-chair’s press conference yesterday that she does not understand the impact of the platform on taxpayers,” said Wilkinson. “John Horgan has a multi-billion-dollar Read More…