For Immediate Release Sept. 19, 2017 VICTORIA – New Freedom of Information documents reveal the Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers, whose members donated over $3.6 million to the B.C. Liberals since 2011, received extensive secret backroom consultations on B.C.’s proposed …
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Doug Routley, MLA & Staff
Premier John Horgan concluded a successful fall session that saw government doing politics differently, working across party lines, and taking the first steps to make government work for everyone, not just the people at the top. In the Fall session …
VICTORIA – New Freedom of Information documents reveal the Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers, whose members donated over $3.6 million to the B.C. Liberals since 2011, received extensive secret backroom consultations on B.C.’s proposed Climate Action Plan. “Was it $3.6 …