B.C. VIEWS: Pipeline theatre on TV and in court
Not since Glen Clark tried to take on the U.S. Navy's nuclear submarine fleet has B.C. seen such a flamboyantly hopeless effort as Premier John Horgan's anti-pipeline theatre. Inserting himself into a fisheries dispute between Canada and the U.S. in 1999, then-premier Clark tried to ban U.S. subs from using the provincially owned Nanoose Bay torpedo testing range off Vancouver Island.
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#1 Sunday Apr 15
If it's what the voters want, then shoot a torpedo up the glory o's of the status-quo folk.
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