None indicated that the process would be open, and lead to something the people of BC could embrace – instead it now appears the governments agenda was always how things would proceed
With the latest news of former MLA Blair Lekstrom stepping down, it seems clear as to his reasons ... “It’s unfortunate it came to this point, but it became very clear recently with a letter the premier had sent to the Peace River Regional District in my area stating they had no intention to change any text within the partnership agreement”, he said.
we must come together and agree to be more inclusive and transparent
in the development of the solution ~~ from the Blair Lekstrom Report
MLA Doug Clovechok, definitely sees things differently about that so-called agreement by everyone in the Peace River. “The only certainty that the announced moratorium creates, is more uncertainty. This is nothing more than a kick in the guts for rural British Columbians who are already reeling and down from massive cuts in the forestry sector”.
shape the moving forward of this issue and the re-balancing of the
Partnership Agreement. I have attempted to consolidate what I have
the continued help necessary for the species while additional time is
taken to re-balance the Partnership Agreement with the intent to
gain broader support for this important initiative. It is far more important
to take the necessary time needed to get the agreement right than it is
to push forward an agreement which in its present form is not supported
by the vast majority of the region ~~ from the Blair Lekstrom Report