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The passing of Bill 2 – an end of an era

After nine days of debate, Bill 2 – The Greenhouse Gas Industrial Reporting and Control Act, finally passed committee stage and the Bill will receive Royal Assent shortly. As I mentioned earlier, Bill 2 will lock us into a path of increasing greenhouse gas emissions, while foregoing the development of a truly diversified and sustainable 21st century economy.

 

[STATEMENT] B.C. Green Party on Remembrance Day 2014

For immediate release
Mon. Nov. 10, 2014

Interim leader Adam Olsen:
Sidney Cenotaph, Sidney, B.C.
Tues. Nov. 11, 11:00am

Deputy leader Andrew Weaver (MLA, Oak Bay-Gordon Head):
Oak Bay Cenotaph, Victoria, B.C.
Tues. Nov. 11, 10:55am

BC at a crossroads

B.C. finds itself at a crossroads.

It has a clear choice to make: do we support our government’s generational sellout to fulfill its hyperbolic election campaign promises — an all-in approach on LNG — or do we instead continue down the path we started to take in 2008 where we established our continent leading climate policies?

Bill 2 – BC at a Crossroads


Bill 2 – BC at a Crossroads

B.C. finds itself at a crossroads.

It has a clear choice to make: do we support our government’s generational sellout to fulfill its hyperbolic election campaign promises — an all-in approach on LNG — or do we instead continue down the path we started to take in 2008 where we established our continent leading climate policies?

 

LNG emissions bill is a shameful betrayal of future generations

This House sitting should be noted as the B.C. Liberals showed their true colors. It was a memorable week when the B.C. Liberals took a page from the Harper Tories' playbook and destroyed a legacy of climate leadership in British Columbia.

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