I remember when Rachel Notley’s NDP won the election in Alberta two years ago. A poll showed more than 90 per cent of people weren’t voting for NDP policies, but just to get rid of the Tories.
We all know how that’s turned out: The Rebel has been covering the Alberta NDP’s disastrous policies since the first day.
Now the same thing is going to happen in B.C.
In this summer’s election, the Liberals didn’t get a majority. So the NDP’s far-left party did a coalition deal with the even further-left Green Party.
As soon as the coalition was cemented, an even larger deal for B.C. — valued at more than $30 billion — was cancelled by Malaysia’s Petronas.
Now Andrew Weaver, the leader of the Green Party in the coalition, is saying the modernization of the last remaining B.C. pipeline — called the Transmountain Pipeline, owned by Kinder Morgan — that it will never happen.
Tonight I’ll show you just how bad it’s going to get in British Columbia, by talking about the Site C dam project. An approved $9 billion project. Over two thousand jobs — that means over two thousand families.
And the BC government wants to shut it down...
GUESTS: David Goldman, a.k.a., Asia Times columnist "Spengler," comes on to talk about the Media Party's shameless anti-Trump media; then Sun columnist Lorne Gunter talks about the latest "climate change" hysteria and junk science.