As costs of living soar, everyday people are struggling to get ahead. Meanwhile oil companies and their wealthy executives rake in huge profits.
Why are politicians in Ottawa spending billions of public money on handouts and bailouts for the oil industry, rather than investing in our local community?
Criminal gangs. Drug dealers. Money launderers. They pumped BILLIONS of dirty dollars into B.C. Overdose deaths became a crisis. Housing prices climbed out of control. Casinos ran wild.
Now honest, hardworking families are struggling — all while politicians’ friends and party insiders are living the high life on the public dime.
Everyday people are struggling to get ahead. Meanwhile, oil companies rake in exorbitant profits — thanks to publicly-funded handouts, tax breaks and bailouts.
The federal government promised to end fossil fuel subsidies. Instead, they want to squander billions of public money this year expanding oil production.
Premier Horgan promised to respect Indigenous rights. He said he’d use “every tool in the toolbox” to defend the B.C. coast from the Trans Mountain oil tanker expansion.
Instead, he’s fighting the Squamish Nation in court to defend Christy Clark’s Big Money-bought pipeline approval. Huh?!
There are two important by-elections in B.C. coming up in 2019 — Nanaimo and Burnaby South — both are critical to the future of our province. Please step up to lend a hand in protecting B.C.
The federal courts quashed Justin Trudeau’s approval of the Trans Mountain pipeline and oil tanker expansion.
Now, he’s sent the project back for another rigged review by Harper’s National Energy Board.
After decades of Big Money poisoning our democracy, British Columbians continue to suffer the consequences. We need an independent investigation into the role political donations have had in shaping major decisions in our province.
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