BC AlmanacFrom The Ground Up: Part 4 - PoliticsNov 14, 2013 | 6:33The politics of LNG. We look at the promises and how they play out at the local and provincial level, starting in the the far north where any new pipeline to the coast would begin.
BC AlmanacPonzi scheme leaves over 100 investors out over 40 million dollarsNov 14, 2013 | 19:52Patricia Bowles of the B.C. Securities Commission talks about the Ponzi scheme that Coast Capital investment advisor was involved in and how investors can try to protect their money.
BC AlmanacFort St. John rodeo developer defies Agricultural Land Commission rulingNov 13, 2013 | 23:39Lenore Newman, Canada Research Chair in Food Security at the University of the Fraser Valley and Nicholas Simons, NDP Agriculture Critic on the Fort St. John rodeo site on Class B land.
BC AlmanacConsul General in B.C. to the Phillipines on the aftermath of the typhoonNov 12, 2013 | 19:16Neil Ferrer, Phillipines consul general in B.C. on the aftermath of the typhoon and fund raising efforts.
BC AlmanacFrom The Ground Up: Part 3 - EconomyNov 12, 2013 | 7:18Why is this a good time to take LNG into new markets? What are the economics at play? We head back to the northeast corner of our province, to Fort Nelson, where the gas is waiting to be pumped.
BC AlmanacJohanna Wagstaffe on Typhoon and B.C. blogger from PhillipinesNov 8, 2013 | 9:09Johanna Wagstaffe, CBC meteorologist and Racquel Padilla, blogger born and raised in Phillipines on the typhoon that is devastating that country.
BC AlmanacConcerns over possible changes to the Agricultural Land CommissionNov 7, 2013 | 20:35Ross Blackwell, Land Use Consultant, former Land Use Planner for the Agriculture Land Commission and Mark Hume, Globe and Mail reporter on the possibility of changes to the ALC.
BC AlmanacMary Ellen Turpel-Lafond says B.C. Aboriginal youth programs a colossal failureNov 6, 2013 | 5:57B.C.'s Representative for Children and Youth, Mary Ellen Turpel-Lafond releases report on last twelve years of spending to help Aboriginal youth in B.C. Describes as a colossal failure of public policy.
BC AlmanacPremiers Clark and Redford agree to satisfy the five B.C. conditionsNov 5, 2013 | 22:26Stephen Smart, CBC legislative reporter, Jim Brander, UBC economist and Art Sterritt from the Coastal First Nations on the surprise announcement this morning from Premiers Clark and Redford.
BC AlmanacFrom The Ground Up: Part 1 - TechnologyNov 5, 2013 | 7:01We begin the series in the north eastern corner of BC. This is where the gas would be extracted, processed and sent through pipelines, yet to be built, to the coast.
BC AlmanacPrime Minister's response to the Senate scandal.Nov 4, 2013 | 22:32Doug McArthur, SFU political scientist and Bert Chen, member of the Conservative Party of Canada and delegate to the convention on the weekend talk about the Prime Minister's handling of the Senate scandal.
BC AlmanacEnvironmental panel report on Taseko mine proposal called scathing.Nov 1, 2013 | 21:10Brian Battison, Vice President of Taseko Mines, First Nations leader Chief Joe Alphonse and Kerry Cook, Mayor of Williams Lake all react to the release of the federal environmental assessment of the Taseko copper and gold mine proposal.
BC AlmanacRob Ford video in police possessionOct 31, 2013 | 19:12Kevin Donovan, Toronto Star reporter, and Patrick Smith Political scientist from Simon Fraser University on the Toronto Police news conference that reveals they have the video with what appears to be crack smoking Mayor.