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Re: BC votes to keep FPP
« on: January 05, 2019, 12:50:27 pm »
I read their website and their policy PDF, and everything that's not related to environmentalism or aboriginals is handled in the most vague hand-waving manner possible.  They talk about shifting workers from non-renewable resources to renewable resources, but no idea how it's going to happen. They want more use of renewable energy, but they also want to stop the Site C dam because the government shouldn't be in the business of building megaproducts to produce all this clean energy that people are going to be using. They have 2 pages about wild salmon and 2 sentences about "clean growth".  Affordability? They're in favor of affordability and they want to help people. Addictions? They're against addictions and they want to help people.   I gather that in the future, the "knowledge economy" will employ all the people displaced from all of these awful environment-destroying industries that are critical to every area of this province outside the lower mainland.

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