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Last Sunday, our party held its 2018 AGM in Kamloops. We are pleased to report on the results of our meeting.
This week, the caucus focused their questions for the government on the support that our province's resource industries like wild salmon and mining need to transition into sustainable, 21st-century industries.
This week, Andrew focused his questions for the government on the absurd economic case for the Kinder Morgan Trans Mountain pipeline expansion, which is predicated on wishful economic conditions.
This week, the MLAs focused their questions on the NDP government's LNG investment framework, which expands on the former BC Liberal government's LNG sellout and will sabotage our ability to meet our greenhouse gas reduction targets.
The BC Green Party strongly believes that all organizations must diligently protect the privacy and confidentiality of personal information. For these reasons, I want you to be aware of a review our staff recently conducted of our past relationship with a Victoria-based technology company, AggregateIQ (“AIQ”). Our primary concern was the possible misuse of BC Green Party data, which AIQ had access to.
We have determined that there is no evidence to suggest that any BC Green Party data was misused, but being transparent with you about the concerns that led to our review is important to us.
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