Andrew MacLeod of The Tyee spoke to Premier Clark in December 2012. This is part of their conversation: The Tyee: I have a detail question for you. Gordon Campbell while he was […]
In British Columbia, regulators who don’t believe in regulation are at the tables negotiating with the oil and gas industry. With ideologues like Fazil Mihlar, their fundamental attitudes would have government earning no royalties at all. Indeed, that is a work in progress, with additional benefits such as unregulated fracking and below-cost electricity being made available as well.
Andrew MacLeod provided the title above in a Thursday Tweet linking to his column in The Tyee. Slots on Ferries a Complicated Bet, Warned Finance Ministry: After Transportation Minister Todd Stone announced […]
John Les made an appearance with Sean Leslie on Liberal house radio Saturday and explained that party leadership had to impose a candidate on the Abbotsford-South riding association because a majority of […]
A month after Jim Shepard resigned as CEO of BC’s second largest forestry company, the Liberal government appointed him Senior Policy Adviser. After a year, Shepard, 73, is leaving to form The […]
From the brim to the dregs,It poured sweet and clear,It was a very good year.It was a mess of good years. Important contributions from independent journalists illustrate the diseased state of British […]
Control system failed ahead of BC Ferry crash, Andrew MacLeod, The Tyee, Dec. 21, 2011 A problem with the Coastal Inspiration’s control system may have led to yesterday’s crash at Duke Point, […]
Consider recent spending priorities of David Hahn and the BC Ferry Directors. At the least, taxpayers and ferry users ought to be concerned, perhaps outraged. In 2008, the company announced plans to […]
More worthwhile reading today at The Tyee, from investigative reporter Andrew MacLeod, a fine journalist who does not work in an echo chamber rewriting background papers issued by flacks working for government […]
Carbon deal represents a massive transfer of public money from British Columbian schools, hospitals and taxpayers to an already profitable private gas company. …it is ludicrous to force the public sector, which is responsible for less than one per cent of greenhouse gases emitted in the province, to subsidize big polluters who pay no penalty for the majority of their greenhouse gas emissions.
The Tyee asks Who Are the NDP’s 13 Dissidents and writer Andrew MacLeod succeeds in presenting a fair evaluation. He shows the recusants are a diverse lot but not necessarily the party’s best […]
First published October 18 2009, this issue rises back to the top because the proposed Victoria marina has cleared another roadblock. Abraham Lincoln said: Democracy is the government of the people, by […]
From Andrew MacLeod at The Tyee, Sun’s Olympic Reporter Was Paid to Write for IOC’s Magazine: The Vancouver Sun’s lead reporter on the Olympics, Jeff Lee, has over the years written […]