B.C. election spawns uncertain future for resource and environmental policy

Though the British Columbian election results are not yet final, there are some things we do know. With the growth of the Green Party, and the strong performance of the NDP, Premier Christy Clark will likely have to show greater deference to their policy preferences if coalitions are to be formed either on an ongoing basis or piecemeal for specific legislation. This means that the future direction of environmental and resource policy in the province will be uncertain.The Tyee has several background sheets that neatly lay out the different positions of the parties on energy and climate change. And any

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