The Government of British Columbia, 1991-1998
— Published on October 1, 1998
The central conclusion of the report is that (as of 1998) BC's current economic crisis is a result of policies implemented by the provincial government since 1991. The evidence shows, in spite of claims made by the Clark government, that the 'Asian flu' is not the root cause of British Columbia's economic pain, rather, BC's economic troubles are mainly due to a home grown virus-courtesy of Victoria.
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