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Jim Carr

He received news of his multiple myeloma diagnosis just after being re-elected.
Batten down the hatches, British Columbia.
"Trump is now a friend of Putin and an enemy of poutine."
I knew it was coming. At some point, Donald Trump would resurrect the Keystone XL pipeline, using his own dark magic to drag its lifeless corpse from where Barack Obama laid it to rest nearly a year and a half ago. The question now for Canada is, what is Justin Trudeau going to do about it?
There could be serious pushback.
A top Liberal says the government respects right to peaceful demonstrations.
The most fruitful way forward for resource development in B.C. appears to be through true co-management. Co-management moves beyond mere consent, to full and meaningful partnerships -- which require building a tremendous amount of trust through good-faith government-to-government negotiations and bringing in mature private sector partners.
Burn.
Not a kilometre of new oil pipeline built since 2011?
New rules are coming after an audit that found insufficient tracking of pipeline safety.