Notley doesn’t think Clark has the authority to promise a tax on coal
Alberta also ships coal through BC and would be affected by any tariff.
Clark says all Canadian players rejected bad Obama softwood deal
BC premier says it would have cut exports by a third, and jobs by a third.
Clark calls on Ottawa to ban coal exports after softwood lumber duties
BC premier says a ban will help develop the province’s liquefied natural gas industry.
Clark more hopeful for softwood lumber deal under Trump than Obama
BC premier said it would have been hard to do any worse than the previous president.
BC calls in McNaughton, special envoy Emerson to map softwood strategy
Canada’s ambassador to the US says behind the scenes talks have raised the profile of the agreement with the Americans.
Petition alleges Clark in conflict of interest over Trans Mountain approval
Asking the BC Supreme Court to overturn an environmental assessment certificate.
BC aims for a diversified economy in five-year update
Jobs targets missed on mines, LNG and international students.
BC approves Kinder Morgan’s oil pipeline to coast from Alberta
Premier Christy Clark said conditions placed on the project have been met.
Clark congratulates Trump, says BC will work toward lumber deal
Softwood agreement expired more than a year ago; negotiations to renew it are continuing.
Clark announces $470M turbine contract for BC’s Site C dam
Voith Hydro will provide six turbines and generators, plus equipment for the $8.8 billion project.
BC green businesses want Clark to lift carbon tax freeze
They propose introducing annual increases of $10 per tonne, starting in July 2018.
No funding for oil well cleanup in budget
Opportunity missed for jobs and to clean up environmental mess: Greg Clark.
BC Liberals reinstate exec director charged in Ont. gas plant scandal
Laura Miller faces charges involving document deletion arising from the gas plants scandal.
Clark says Canada depending on BC for growth
RBC forecasts the province’s economy to lead growth rate this year at 3.1%.
Clark battles BC’s ‘No’ forces on LNG, trade deal
Said and she would rather be known as an achiever than a quitter.