The Latest From Christopher Wilson
November 16, 2017
As the fate of the Site C dam is being decided by Premier Horgan and the BC NDP cabinet, a new report from the Allied Hydro Council has cast doubt on some of the findings from the BC Utilities Commission’s report.
November 15, 2017
There was good news for UCLA basketball fans after three athletes detained in China for allegedly shoplifting from a store in Hangzhou while on an early season tour, were released and arrived home at LAX safe and sound.
November 14, 2017
After concluding his trip to Beijing with China’s President Xi, President Trump announced the signing of nearly $250 billion in deals that would benefit the US.
November 10, 2017
Remember that crony appointment of Justin Trudeau and Gerald Butts' friend and former failed Liberal candidate, Rana Sarkar, as San Francisco’s Consul General for nearly a quarter of a million per year?
November 09, 2017
As Remembrance Day approaches, nothing should trouble us more on this important public holiday, than seeing how poorly our veterans and active service members are treated by our government.
November 08, 2017
You likely know what a credit score is, but have you heard of a social credit score? If not, this tool to rank a citizen’s behaviour is a plan that comes from Justin Trudeau’s favourite basic dictatorship, China.
November 07, 2017
Vancouver Imam Younas Kathrada has made headlines for all the wrong reasons and a troubling October 30th post on his personal Facebook page is just the latest example.
November 07, 2017
It’s well known that our Federal and BC governments are hostile to oil and gas, but what’s incomprehensible is why they oppose the low carbon, clean, renewable energy from the Site C hydroelectric dam currently under construction in Fort St. John.
November 02, 2017
Port Coquitlam’s Masjid Alhidayah and Islamic Cultural Centre is in the news again and as our previous reporting shows, when this BC mosque makes the news, it’s never a good thing.
November 01, 2017
When the NDP and Premier Horgan were thrust into power by the BC Green Party, the massive $36 billion Pacific Northwest LNG project (backed by a consortium of companies including Malaysia’s state-owned Petronas), was cancelled.