MORGAN: As a change in government looms in British Columbia puts the Kinder Morgan expansion project in jeopardy, we need to realize just how safe oil tankers are
WHITELAW: Othering can help understand energy discourse in Canada – and its tension and polarization – in a sector where natural sciences sensibilities ought to prevail
LAMMAM, MACINTYRE: B.C.’s political leaders should prioritize the economic well-being of British Columbians over party politics and that means tax cuts in several areas
MILJAN, CLEMENS, JACKSON: Green Party policies, rejected by more than 80% of B.C. voters, could be enacted because its support is required to form a government
FIRBY: Both B.C.’s Christy Clark, and Justin Trudeau now face some difficult choices when it comes to the Trans Mountain Pipeline
KUNIN: Can B.C.’s newly-elected MLAs make something positive out of the minority government mess that appears to be awaiting the province?
KINSELLA: A nose-to-nose election race has clear similarities to the campaign of 1996. Then, an NDP victory meant disaster for the province. It could again in 2017
GREEN, FILIPOWICZ: Homebuilders were asked how long they wait for permit approvals, how much it costs, how often rezoning is required and the scope of local opposition