Christy Clark's election strategy is ...

Christy Clark's election strategy is centred around her jobs plan

There are 1 comment on the Journal of Commerce story from Oct 16, 2012, titled Christy Clark's election strategy is centred around her jobs plan. In it, Journal of Commerce reports that:

Premier Christie Clark's strategy for defeating the New Democratic Party in the next provincial election is based on her job creation plan, which is the B.C. Liberal Party's most important economic policy initiative.

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A Fredette

Victoria, Canada

#1 Oct 17, 2012
Chairman Harper and the Chinese Sell-Out (The Tyee)
Most Canadians have never heard of FIPA, the Canada-China Foreign Investment Protection Agreement, because Prime Minister Harper is trying to sneak it through without a single vote or debate in Parliament.

Canadians have a right to determine our future, but this agreement will undermine our democratic rights and lock us into an inescapable path of foreign-ownership and resource extraction until at least 2040.

Say NO WAY chairman harper

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