Christy Clark

Kelowna West disclosures show B.C. Greens spent $29.05 for each vote

Charlie SmithRecently released Elections B.C. figures show that the B.C. Greens spent an awful lot of money for very little results in a recent …

Kelowna

Former B.C. premier Christy Clark named to Shaw Communications board

Former B.C. premier Christy Clark has been named to the board of directors for Shaw Communications.<p>"She brings to our board a breadth and depth of …

British Columbia

Former B.C. premier Christy Clark to join Shaw Communications board of directors

CALGARY — Former British Columbia premier Christy Clark has been named to the board of directors for Calgary-based Shaw Communications Inc.The cable …

Canadian News

Shaw names ex-politician Clark to board

Shaw Communications (NYSE:SJR) has appointed Christy Clark, the longest serving female premier in Canada's history, to its board.<p>Clark had been …

Business

Former B.C. premier Clark to join Shaw board of directors - Article - BNN

British Columbia

Shaw Welcomes Christy Clark to Its Board

CALGARY, Alberta, June 29, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Shaw Communications Inc. ("Shaw"), on behalf of the Board of Directors (the "Board"), is pleased to announce the appointment of Christy Clark to its Board.<p>Ms. Clark was the Premier of British Columbia from 2011-2017 and the longest serving female …

British Columbia

Shaw to tap Christy Clark’s network as former B.C. premier joins board of directors

Shaw Communications Inc. has named Christy Clark to its board, landing the former British Columbia premier her second high-profile job in a month since leaving politics.<p>The former leader of the B.C. Liberal Party was hired as a special adviser to the law firm Bennett Jones LLP last …

Business

Former B.C. premier Christy Clark lands new job at law firm

A year after a deal between the B.C. NDP and the B.C. Green Party sealed her political fate, former B.C. premier Christy Clark has a new job. Clark …

Canada

Former B.C. premier Christy Clark joins law firm as senior adviser

Former British Columbia premier Christy Clark is joining the Bennett Jones law firm as a senior adviser in its Vancouver office.<p>The firm says Clark …

British Columbia

Former B.C. Premier Christy Clark hired by Vancouver law firm

Canadian News

Christy Clark gets a new job - Surrey Now-Leader

Former premier Christy Clark has landed a job at a law firm as she officially moves on from political life.<p>Clark, who lost her post last July when …

Employment

Former B.C. premier Christy Clark joins Bennett Jones as senior advisor

Former B.C. premier Christy Clark speaks to media for the first time since announcing she will be stepping down as B.C. Liberal leader and MLA in …

Canada

Christy Clark gets a new job

Former premier Christy Clark has landed a job at a law firm as she officially moves on from political life.<p>Clark, who lost her post last July when …

Canada

Former B.C. premier Christy Clark joins law firm Bennett Jones

For the second time this month, a former provincial premier is joining the ranks of a national law firm.<p>Christy Clark, the former leader of British Columbia’s Liberal Party, is joining Bennett Jones LLP as a special adviser, based in Vancouver. Ms. Clark served as B.C.’s premier from 2011 to …

Canada

Christy Clark joins Bennett Jones as adviser

Premier of British Columbia

Former B.C. premier Christy Clark ‘done with public life’, joins Bennett Jones law firm as senior adviser

VANCOUVER: British Columbia’s former premier is joining a Canadian law firm as a senior adviser in its Vancouver office.Law firm Bennett Jones issued …

Canada

Timeline of Kinder Morgan's Trans Mountain pipeline

The Trans Mountain expansion was given federal approval in late 2016. Two months later, the B.C. government, then led by premier Christy Clark’s …

Kinder Morgan

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Maple Ridge

Is she still “The Honourable Christy Clark”? The answer is no

<b>Bob Mackin</b><p>First she lost majority rule in the provincial election a year ago this week.<p>Then she lost power at the end of June, the week after the …

Canada

Ben Chin, former news anchor and Christy Clark aide, to be Morneau’s next chief of staff

Former TV news anchor and veteran political aide Ben Chin will soon be taking over as Finance Minister Bill Morneau’s chief of staff.<p>A government official told The Globe and Mail that Mr. Chin will begin his new position on May 1.<p>Mr. Chin joined Mr. Morneau’s office in October as a senior adviser …

Canada

Vancouver mayor to apologize to residents of Chinese descent for past wrongs

Vancouver Mayor Gregor Robertson will formally apologize next month for past discrimination against residents of Chinese descent.<p>The apology will …

Canada

Can Kathleen Wynne convince Ontarians government-funded daycare is about something bigger?

Kathleen Wynne is often billed, on the evidence of her performance leading Ontario’s Liberals back to majority government four years ago, as an unusually good campaigner.<p>She will need to be an absolutely superlative one, if she is to win back voters on the strength of what appears to be the …

Canada

Trio of Tuesday Tidbits: Conflicted commish stays, a pay raise and Galiano tax relief

<b>Bob Mackin</b><p>Paul Fraser is British Columbia’s Conflict of Interest Commissioner who never found anyone had broken the rules, and the NDP government is …

Canada

‘We’re going to wait’: Greens defend decision to prop up NDP despite LNG plan

Last week the B.C. NDP unveiled its plan to lure the LNG industry to B.C., including big tax breaks and an exemption from carbon tax increases.<p>The …

Canada

ANALYSIS: Transit announcement sees NDP make rare break with B.C. Liberal policy

The fledgling NDP government, in many ways, has simply continued the policies of the previous B.C. Liberal administration, but last week’s big …

Canada

B.C. government promises rebates to carbon tax and PST for LNG industry

The B.C. government is redoing its fiscal framework for the liquefied natural gas industry in an attempt to secure a final investment decision from …

Canada

BOOK EXCERPT: New details emerge in book about the day the BC Liberal dynasty fell

The confidence vote that toppled Christy Clark’s government on June 29, 2017, was one of the most extraordinary evenings in B.C.’s political history. …

Canada

Spill equipment, orca study among newly unveiled details of Oceans Protection Plan

The federal government has announced new details of how its $1.5-billion Oceans Protection Plan (OPP) will be applied to B.C.’s coast.<p>In a speech to …

Canadian News

BC Liberals continued to support alleged Ponzi operator that sponsored Christy Clark despite warnings

By <b>ThinkPol Staff</b><p>An alleged Ponzi operator who sponsored former British Columbia Premier Christy Clark’s junkets to China continued to enjoy the full …

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