Well we are a month away from the provincial election here in B.C. which is hard to miss considering the non stop Liberal ads running every day all day on the radio, TV and social media. I don't know about you but I am pretty sick of listening to how great the Liberals are and how B.C. is #1 in everything.
As the provincial election is fast approaching it can be hard to keep up with or remember all the deceptions of Christy Clark and the B.C. Liberals. So let's take a look at 10 of the biggest ones.
Economic growth in non-oil provinces is heating up.
The top occupation pays a median hourly rate of $51.69.
Canada's economic balance of power is forecast to shift this year from Alberta's oilsands to British Columbia's coast. The
The best city for work in British Columbia may surprise you, according to the first such ranking of the province's job market
The B.C. Jobs Blueprint has a few worthy goals that, if achieved, will go a long way toward addressing both societal injustices and economic needs: a dramatic increase in young people entering the trades, training opportunities for aboriginal students, and support for education and training for people with disabilities. But where the plan falls apart is that it focuses on an industry that not only spews vast amounts of chemicals into our waterways but also speeds up global warming, the driver of climate change.
The B.C. company that sought a "probably Caucasian" candidate in a recent job posting has updated the online ad with an apology
The B.C. ministry responsible for jobs says the province has been clear on its job numbers. Yeah, clear as mud.
There has been a lot of media attention lately surrounding the use of foreign trade workers in our province. What we need to keep in mind is that our province needs skilled foreign workers to mitigate a labour shortage that is putting our economic growth at risk, and we must not allow gut reactions to specific cases dictate public opinion or guide public policy decisions with far-reaching, future implications.