Since 2007, BC Hydro and Fortis have become the blunt instruments of public policy
Government's friends in big business and big green grow rich while schools and hospitals make do
Decisions about investments of the scale of an expanded PRH are not made on the basis of demand and return on investment
Supreme Court rules that if someone fears harm, no proof of harm is required to bring about the full force of the law
Budget identifies $1.1 billion in waste and government finds new places to waste it
Neither provincial party is, or should be particularly concerned about the climate. There is too much money at stake
B.C. residents wrong to think we have less to worry about regarding our financial situation compared to U.S.
Over the past three decades, municipalities in B.C. have generally misspent property taxes, on non-essential programs and services
Thirty years is a long time for an annual event to survive. Ironman Canada did more than survive in Penticton; it prospered
B.C. premier's handling of the Northern Gateway pipeline shows her inexperience
B.C. government realizing that move to alternative energy carries a high cost, financially and politically
The prevailing and distorted view of our history is one that suggests Canada’s founders celebrated social democracy and collectivist notions
The defining legacy of prime minister Trudeau has stripped away many of the freedoms Canadians once enjoyed
Premier Clark needs to take a more business-friendly approach to stem threat from B.C. Conservatives
Bill C-30 flies in stark contrast to Conservative legislation promoting greater freedoms
European Union and climate change are the great failed socialist experiments of the last 100 years
The B.C. Supreme Court slapped the wrists of the B.C. Liberals by ruling B.C.’s roadside convictions unconstitutional.
The B.C. Liberals climbed aboard the “low carbon” bandwagon, largely in an effort to claim the “green” high ground from the NDP
Occupy protesters want to dismantle the same system that gives them the right to exist
Now Christy Clark wants to create jobs. One wonders why the change of heart. After spending the first half year of her regime introducing a spate of NDP-inspired job-killing policies, now Clark believes she can somehow “create” jobs with a speech or two and a visit to the Far East.