— Mike Hudema (@MikeHudema) February 15, 2018
— Saskboy (@saskboy) February 14, 2018
Title in honour of a Beaverton joke.
I’m excited that this is the first time the Green Party has been directly involved in governing a province anywhere in North America. I expect great things from the NDP/Green coalition, majority government there. Clark should resign soon.
In light of this news from Elizabeth May, it may be worth re-reading these blog entries from 2012 and 2009. Duffy’s trial raised some damning information about the first infamous robocalls used to steal an election for the Conservatives in B.C.
I really hope this isn’t going on in other parts of the country too. BC’s Liberal government is far too corrupt.
This is concerning information.
So, how do our politicians (in B.C. and elsewhere) deal with the fact that we need to triple the size of our forests by 2050 to have a fair shot at avoiding 2 degree climate change (which will ruin everything)?
I wonder if she gets paid, to ask that.
In the same time frame, Krause received significant funding from the oil, gas and mining industries and has said 90 per cent of her income in 2012, 2013 and 2014 was drawn from speaking fees and honorariums funded by industry sources.
Krause said the “90 per cent” comment was out of context, because she had “zero” income aside from her speaking arrangements. Krause said she earned money by working part-time as a piano teacher, among other things. She said her two most recent speaking gigs were not paid.
I’m not sure Fonda needs the money as badly as Krause makes us out to believe that’s her motivation.