Arlene Boon said on Twitter: "I wrote a pretend news piece about the BC Throne Speech. It's satire. You'll like it."
If this is truly an honest epiphany that Christy Clark has had then she shouldn't have any trouble voting for any bills proposed by the NDP & Greens after they form government.
Strange how Christy Clark & BC Liberals never mentioned any of these ideas in their platform during the election. They must have liked the NDP & Green platforms so much that they quickly adopted them for the throne speech after they lost their majority.
Sounds like this will be a fun-filled day with many opportunities to learn about First Nation culture. Enjoy drum making, Metis sash making & jigging, famous hoop-dancing, carvings and much more.
Christy Clark is creating delays and distractions to hang on to power. But she can’t be trusted to fix the problems she created. This is the latest of many promises she'll be making in the Throne Speech Thursday.
First it was the New York Times calling BC the "Wild, Wild West" and now a retired UN investigator! Shame, shame! This kind of world wide reputation we don't need but BC Liberals have allowed these situations to happen on their watch. Quit stalling Christy Clark and allow BCNDP/Green alliance to get on with running a government which benefits everyone not just the top 1 or 2%.
While the BC Liberals threaten an election that nobody wants, the BC NDP are ready to provide stable leadership that works for British Columbians. Housing is in a critical situation in many parts of the province for men, women and children. NDP MLA's are ready to fix what the BC Liberals have ignored for far too long.
Did you know Tommy Douglas, the Father of Canadian medicare, was once an MP in Nanaimo? Do you have memories of Douglas' time representing this area?
A successful Nanaimo Pride Parade was held today and the NDP came out to support the LGBTQ2 community! Leonard Krog, Nanaimo NDP MLA; Sheila Malcolmson, MP Nanaimo-Ladysmith & Doug Routley, MLA Nanaimo-Cowichan marched in the parade along with many other NDP supporters. It was a fun day for everyone.