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BC Liberal Caucus 30m
John Horgan and the NDP have been failing you for two years. Watch 📺 ⬇️
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John Park 9h
Replying to @Wilkinson4BC
Thank you, we went from having a robustly growing GDP to one that has came down quite a bit from highs we had for a long time. Our housing starts are also projected to slow down considerably from before NDP took over. What is up is # of taxes.
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John Park 5h
There were increases in personal income taxes, carbon taxes, and business taxes. In addition, a new payroll health tax has been created, a variety of residential property taxes have been instituted or raised. I gave an easy to read table below.
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BC Liberal Caucus Jul 17
Where are John Horgan’s priorities?
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Greg Kyllo Shuswap Jul 13
If you wonder why I went into politics, this is it. Making life better for the grandkids - and EVERYONE, not just the select few.
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John Park Jul 17
Replying to @BCLiberalCaucus
Horgan also wants to do it in the way that explicitly stated to be majorly inefficient (by putting terminus station in Surrey). "Ridership will be up to 16% lower with only a downtown Surrey station" and "have a major impact on potential ridership."
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John Park Jul 17
Replying to @joan_isaacs @jjhorgan
Not only is it fiscally irresponsible, it focuses on the non-issue for most people when we have real issues with local transportation. He wants to spend tax $ on a project that wont be able to cover its operating expenses until at least 2055.
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Greg Kyllo Shuswap Jul 16
John Horgan & NDP are NOT making progress on affordable rentals–life in B.C. is becoming more expensive. Vancouver has the highest rents in Canada for 2-bed apartments and the 2nd-highest for 1-beds, up 5.5% since last month).
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Brian Boyle Quon 🍁 Jul 10
All this and we still don’t have that John promised we’d have by the end of 2017.
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BC Liberal Caucus Jul 17
Leader is calling on John Horgan and the NDP to lift the limits on their half-baked gas price inquiry. Full Statement:
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Greg Kyllo Shuswap Jul 15
“It is payback with taxpayer dollars to the building trades unions who have donated millions to the NDP since 2005. Rather than getting the best deal for taxpayers, Horgan is spending your money to pay back his friends.”
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Todd Stone May 7
Photo radar 2.0 brought to you by Premier John ‘Affordable’ Horgan.
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Greg Kyllo Shuswap Jun 20
"As businesses in B.C. scrambled to pay thousands of dollars toward the new employer health tax, industry leaders say it could deter employers from hiring more workers, cut benefits and reduce wage increases."
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Mik Atigo May 14
Replying to @bcliberals @bcndp
Absolutely unbelievable! What is wrong with these tax-grabbing champagne socialists? These small businesses are what make up the unique character & community in Vancouver. Why is the targeting these small mom & pop businesses?
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John Rustad Apr 4
Wow! Highest gas prices in North America curtesy of John Horgan and the NDP. They continue to block Canadian resources driving benefits to the USA. Is this making life more affordable?
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BC Liberal Caucus Jul 8
Are John Horgan and the NDP’s 19 new taxes catching up to them? B.C. is losing full-time jobs in the middle of labour shortages and uninterrupted gains in employment. Economic storm clouds are on the horizon. Full story
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Michelle Stilwell Jun 28
“Most of all, the delays he caused have cost Alberta’s & Canada’s economy untold billions in lost revenue.” Just think of the housing, healthcare & education we could have had w/ those Billions! Instead Premier blocks prosperity.
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BC Liberal Caucus Jun 25
B.C. businesses say rising costs hurting outlook despite strong economy. Full Story:
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Michelle Stilwell Jun 3
It’s becoming clear there are problems. NDP’s construction rebuild is showing some big cracks. It’s a 90’s rerun show. “Highway cost overruns have just begun under U.S. union deal.”
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Mary Polak Apr 23
High enough yet?!?! Last year, said he would act if prices got too high...well... we’re waiting
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