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Lindsay Brown Sep 24
Replying to @Lidsville
Nathan Cullen could have listened to any of the experts, but instead repeated the same old NDP rubbish: "blah blah can't afford to stop blah." Harry Swain, former Chair of the Joint review panel: "no rate shock from cancelling "
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John Muller Sep 24
Replying to @jjhorgan
If you don't cancel , you don't deserve to win.
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PVEA 15h
ICYMI in 2018: "The Mess that is BC Hydro." If people thought Hydro's finances were a mess in 2018, how would you describe their ballooning debt now? Did you know they just lost $1 billion of our money gambling on what interest rates would do?
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Norm Farrell, IN-SIGHTS.CA Sep 23
One of the best articles written about the ongoing disaster. The Christy Clark - John Horgan fiasco.
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ThommytheCat3 19h
The Site C Mess: Notes for the Investigator via No to
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Rabbi David Mivasair 🔥 Sep 23
I quit the when they betrayed us by approving -- the straw that broke this camel's back. If I were there now, I'd work hard to elect more and hope for a more effective Green-NDP govt.
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allan crawshaw Sep 23
ANOTHER REASON TO VOTE GREEN THIS ELECTION ~ THE MESS!
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PVEA Sep 23
"When Horgan said the province couldn't afford to be hamstrung by instability, I thought he was referring to the dam, the multi-billion dollar boondoggle on the Peace river." (see comments)
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Kjell Liem 11h
Replying to @Lidsville
rate smoothly deferral accounts only for executive pet projects? (like the ill fated interest rate hedge for a $1B loss and rising)
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Rick Green 20h
"Premier Horgan’s government spends twice as much on fossil fuel subsidies as it does on its entire climate change program." -
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Rick Green 15h
BC NDP gov't "fossil fuel subsidies totaled $998 million in fiscal year 2019-20 and are forecast to surpass $1 billion in fiscal year 2021-21—almost twice as much as the BC Liberals spent in 2017-18, their last year in power. " -
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Rick Green 23h
Premier John Horgan’s British Columbia government has become one of the most generous subsidizers of oil and gas in Canada. In fact, BC is now second only to Alberta in providing subsidies to the fossil fuel industry. -
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Vote #BCGreen, dump Horgan: GREY POWER UNITE🇨🇦 Sep 23
Replying to @allan_crawshaw
And let’s not forget
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BillHorne Sep 22
Replying to @cbcnewsbc
BC Liberals ok BC Hydro to start ; BC NDP continues it in spite of BCUC report, use sunk cost fallacy BS to damsplain; Greens don't block. Now rushing to divert the river. Snap election gamble before people learn more (photo courtesy of Arthur Hadland).
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Lindsay Brown Sep 23
If you are asking an NDP MLA or candidate about , do *not* let them dodge the question by saying "we're waiting for the Milburn review." That review's terms are unacceptably opaque, and it is conveniently post-election, deliberately too late. Red this:
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Lindsay Brown Sep 24
Nathan Cullen is running in the riding vacated by Forest Minister Doug Donaldson. (If I were Minister of Clearcutting Old Growth I'd quit too.) Recall Cullen justifying Horgan's 2017 decision with NDP talking points. No, costs would NOT come due in 2 yrs, Nathan.
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PVEA Sep 22
Open Letter from UBC and other water experts calling on Horgan to come clean on , provide proper transparency, and then halt and review the project via the BCUC. Thanks to Dr. Karen Bakker & co. for this!
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Infiniti37 Sep 23
It's time to scrap and admit the mistake.
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Norm Farrell, IN-SIGHTS.CA Sep 23
ISN’T HYDROELECTRICITY CLEAN AND GREEN? No. Large hydro dams destroy rivers and ecosystems, and their reservoirs release significant levels of methane. Reservoirs also produce and concentrate high levels of methylmercury...
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cynthia w Nelson 12h
Only choice is Vote in BC We don't feel lucky at all. dam, - w more are our leaders going to throw on the poker table w the hope that something is going to prove a winner? The bottom falls out of BC’s overhyped LNG gamble
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