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The Tyee
Five Things Horgan Should Have Done About Site Ccut its losses,” said Eliesen. 2) Clean house at BC Hydro and among deputy min
The Tyee / Posted yesterday
cut its losses,” said Eliesen. 2) Clean house at BC Hydro and among deputy ministers. The same people who advised premier Christy Clark to proceed with Site C are still calling the shots behind the scenes, Eliesen said, including deputy ministers,... Read more
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KAIT Jonesboro
Clark appointed to A-State boardterm on the Arkansas State University Board of Trustees, both Gov. Asa Hutchins
KAIT Jonesboro / Posted 5 days ago
term on the Arkansas State University Board of Trustees, both Gov. Asa Hutchinson and university officials said Friday. Christy Clark of Little Rock, who graduated from Arkansas State University in 1992, was appointed by Gov. Hutchinson to... Read more
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Arkansas Business
Asa Hutchinson Appoints 5 to Trustees BoardsGov. Asa Hutchinson on Friday appointed five people to university boards of tru
Arkansas Business / Posted 5 days ago
Gov. Asa Hutchinson on Friday appointed five people to university boards of trustees. Christy Clark of Little Rock to the board of trustees of Arkansas State University. Appointment expires Jan. 14, 2023. Replaces Ron Rhodes. Clark graduated from... Read more
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Parksville Qualicum Beach News
B.C.’s top local news stories of 2017edition Star Wars Kraft Dinner, his dad reached out to on Facebook for extra bo
Parksville Qualicum Beach News / Posted 14 days ago
edition Star Wars Kraft Dinner, his dad reached out to on Facebook for extra boxes – going viral. Read more > Report finds Christy Clark, Liberals, harmed wrongfully fired employees A detailed report by Ombudsperson Jay Chalke suggested that... Read more
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CBC.ca
With key allies at risk of defeat, 2018 could be a tough year for Trudeau's Liberalswho did see Nova Scotia Premier Stephen McNeil re-elected but saw the defeat of
CBC.ca / Posted 16 days ago
who did see Nova Scotia Premier Stephen McNeil re-elected but saw the defeat of a sometimes-ally in British Columbia when Christy Clark was ousted by an alliance of New Democrats and Greens. Will 2018 return to a year of victories for the... Read more
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TribLIVE
Ligonier Valley honoring 1,000-point scorersGessner (Ligonier Valley) 1982-85 • Scott Clark (Laurel Valley) 1984-88 • Lan
TribLIVE / Posted 20 days ago
Gessner (Ligonier Valley) 1982-85 • Scott Clark (Laurel Valley) 1984-88 • Lance Berkstresser (Laurel Valley) 1987-90 • Christy Clark (Laurel Valley) 1987-91 • Mary Moore (Laurel Valley) 1987-90 • Bob Stalnaker (Ligonier Valley) 1989-92 •... Read more
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The Tyee
Another Dam Christmas Carol: The Ghost of Muskrat MadnessMuskrat Falls mega-project began with promises of prosperity and “clean energy”
The Tyee / Posted 24 days ago
Muskrat Falls mega-project began with promises of prosperity and “clean energy” (remember that beguiling and popular Christy Clark mantra?) in 2010 when the Newfoundland government of Danny Williams approved the $6.2-billion project on the... Read more
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The Tyee
Year-End Interview: Coleman on Site C, Electoral Reform and the Greens’ Mistake16 years held senior roles in cabinet, including several as deputy premier. Co
The Tyee / Posted 29 days ago
16 years held senior roles in cabinet, including several as deputy premier. Coleman said he wanted former Liberal leader Christy Clark to stay, but instead found himself thrown into the interim role and having to build an opposition team while... Read more
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The Tyee
Rationale for Site C ‘Utter Nonsense,’ Says Former Hydro CEOnext seven years. The budget was $6.6 billion in 2010. Cost estimates balloone
The Tyee / Posted 30 days ago
next seven years. The budget was $6.6 billion in 2010. Cost estimates ballooned to $8.3 billion in 2014 when then-premier Christy Clark announced the final investment decision and further increased to $8.8 billion in 2016. Now the government says... Read more
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The Tyee
Year End Interview: Horgan Looks at Site C and Beyondand building retrofits across the province. “It didn’t get started in the 1990
The Tyee / Posted 1 months ago
and building retrofits across the province. “It didn’t get started in the 1990s. It got started under Gordon Campbell and Christy Clark, and to unravel that would have been an enormous cost,” Horgan said. “Now there many people who say it’s a cost... Read more

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