GREEN: Despite the rhetoric of pipeline opponents, real world data shows that oil can be moved safely and less expensively by pipeline, while reducing greenhouse gas emissions
ROBINSON: I first ran for public office as a provincial Liberal candidate in 2007. Ten years later, almost to the day, it’s happening again
EISEN, MACLEOD: B.C. students lead Canada in student performance in several areas while keeping per-student costs in public schools among the lowest in the country
KUNIN: The long-term economic impact of the fires ravaging the British Columbia interior – including on the logging and tourism industries – will be devastating
GREEN, QUESNEL: Aboriginal rights are extremely important but, like any Charter right, they’re not absolute. They must be balanced against other competing critical interests
MILJAN, JACKSON: Voters of smaller parties are empowered disproportionately in minority governments, at the expense of the majority of voters, who tend to vote for a main party
MACLEOD, VAN PETL: British Columbia policy-makers would be wise to take note that independent school enrolment is increasing and public school numbers are down
LAMMAM, MACINTYRE: Will a Horgan-led government keep the NDP’s election promise to balance the budget and, if so, how in the face of Green-driven spending plans?