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Cracking into 'The Free Enterprise Coalition'

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B.C. Premier Christy Clark calls her party the "Free Enterprise Coalition" -- but what does that mean? (CBC)
If you follow B.C. politics, you know that Christy Clark and her Liberals are in political trouble.

Since she became premier, the NDP has surged on the left, and the B.C. Conservatives have gobbled up political space on the right.

Then in April, the party lost two key byelections in the Lower Mainland.
 
Now, the Clark government has taken to calling itself "the free enterprise coalition"  -- but what exactly does that phrase mean?

What is the "free enterprise coalition"? Who are the members? And what's the political strategy behind this change in language?

Daybreak's Adrian Nieocyzm explains.
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