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B.C. government projects massive debt accumulation—and British Columbians will pay the price

The government plans to overspend by $11.2 billion relative to its 2023 budget plan.


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B.C. government should properly consult British Columbians about changes to Land Act

The government wants to fundamentally change the way 95 per cent of the province's land and water is managed.


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Economic growth crucial for both the private economy and government sector

If current trends continue, people in countries such as Estonia, Korea and Turkey will have higher living standards than Canadians.


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No evidence of ‘mass graves’ or ‘genocide’ in residential schools

Many parents saw residential schools as the best option available for their children.


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Federal government expected to break ‘David Dodge Rule’ on debt interest

According to government projections, federal debt interest costs in 2023/24 will reach $46.5 billion.


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Canadian patients want other options outside crumbling health-care system

Countries such as Switzerland, Germany and Australia either partner with their private sector or use it as a pressure-valve for the public system.


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Alberta government ignores warnings about overspending

In 2022/23, Alberta's program spending was $13,570 per person, more than $1,200 higher than Ontario.


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B.C.’s coming debt boom will make COVID deficits look like small potatoes

The province is on track to add more debt than it did during the 2008/09 recession and pandemic.


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Students pay price for collapse of testing in B.C. schools

Less than half of the province's Grade 10 students are proficient in numeracy.


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B.C. government’s plan to co-manage public land with First Nations will close province for business

According to the plan, First Nations will become joint landlords of more than 90 per cent of the province.


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