BC Conservatives, and myself as Leader, stand behind these projects (Trans Mountain and Coastal GasLink), and support the need for them to be completed and operational on time
That does not make me a racist -- not does it make me ill-informed of the facts.
Wait a minute ... protesters are blockading the road, and yet someone trying to remove the blockade gets arrested for ‘obstruction? How does that make any sense?
Today WAS TO have been the start to a new session, and the Throne Speech read by Lieutenant Governor Janet Austin.
At the time of writing, this still had not happened as many MLA’s were being blocked from entering BC’s seat of government – the provincial legislature. A CBC News story from shortly after 11am this morning indicated that ... due to the protest, Lt. Gov. Janet Austin is scheduled to meet Premier John Horgan inside the parliament buildings instead before delivering the address.
|“This is a land
of laws; a land that does not|
function properly unless those laws are
enforced" (Conservative leader Trevor Bolin)
“Those that break it (the law) need to be dealt with accordingly. As mentioned, this isn’t an issue of today, it’s an issue of years past that has brought us to today. The government can continue ignoring the people it is elected to represent, or they can choose to provide more than just media lip service.
... you can not expect people to understand or trust them ...
BC should be a champion on an international stage for our resources ... when the government stops being ashamed of them, we as a province can come together and be proud”.