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The Premier of British Columbia and the MLA for Vancouver-Point Grey since 2011. | L'actuelle première ministre de la Colombie-Britannique.
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ENG: Christina Joan "Christy" Clark, MLA (born October 29, 1965) is a Canadian politician who currently serves as the 35th Premier of British Columbia, Canada. Clark was sworn in as premier on March 14, 2011, after she won the leadership of the British Columbia Liberal Party in the 2011 leadership election on February 26, 2011. She is the second, and longest serving, woman to serve as premier of British Columbia, after Rita Johnston in 1991. Clark served as a Member of the Legislature from 1996 to 2005, serving as Deputy Premier from 2001 to 2005 during the first term of Gordon Campbell's government. She left politics in 2005, and became the host of an afternoon radio talk show At the time of her leadership victory, Clark was not a member of the Legislative Assembly of British ...
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B.C. premier Christy Clark pushes for more control over immigration


HALIFAX — The premiers should assert greater control of their own economies, specifically when it comes to immigration, British Columbia Premier Christy Clark said Friday as the provincial leaders gathered in Halifax to discuss global economic trends. “One of the things that I hope to see is a resolution from premiers that we need more control of our provincial economies, particularly with respect to immigration, which is a huge lever that drives our economies,” Clark said ahead of the meeting with her counterparts. Manitoba’s Greg Selinger said immigration is key for ...


Christy Clark has pumped up the BC advertising machine


While the B.C. Liberals plead poverty on any number of spending priorities, they've not exercised restraint on a government advertising budget that is poised to hit $64 million over Premier Christy Clark's two years in office. Clark, on becoming premier in March 2011, straightaway presided over a major increase in the advertising spending. Premier Gordon Campbell, in his last year (fiscal 201011), doled out $17.5 million for all categories of government-funded advertising, from tourism marketing, to ads touting the virtues of Liberal programs, to routine communication of information ...


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What has Adrian Dix Promised the BCTF?
Under the leadership of Premier Christy Clark, the BC Liberal Government has been open about their vision to continue to make B.C.’s education system one of the best in the world. By contrast, under AdrianRead More …
NDP Call LNG Opportunity “Insanity”
FORT ST. JOHN – With the BC NDP environment critic calling the liquefied natural gas opportunity “insanity,” Peace River North MLA Pat Pimm says it is time for the opposition to stop the double-talk andRead More …
Future of the NDP looks a lot like its past
Leadership hopeful Rob Fleming proved once again this week that the out-of-touch NDP haven’t listened to British Columbians and continue to ignore rural British Columbia. “It’s concerning that the NDP continue to ignore rural BritishRead More …
NDP finding new ways to say “no”
VICTORIA – The New Democrats continue to show British Columbians they have no concept of economic development and growing the economy. “Since British Columbians decided they wanted to find a way to yes on economicRead More …



 
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