"Who's going to protect the economy for families? ... I'm hopeful and confident they'll say, 'Christy's the one who will make sure my job is protected.' "
Clark said her focus on the economy is the reason that her government is spending $15 million on ads boasting about B.C. job growth — ads she insisted will continue despite criticism.
"People need to know British Columbia is stable and growing," she said.
Moody's Investors Service has revised the outlook on the Province of British Columbia's Aaa issuer and debt ratings to negative from stable, affecting approximately CAD39.8 billion in debt securities.
"The negative outlook reflects Moody's assessment of the risks to the province's ability to reverse the recent accumulation in debt with the softened economic outlook, weaker commodity prices and continued expense pressures," said Moody's Assistant Vice President Jennifer Wong, lead analyst for the province....
And yes, if you go and read the Moody's thing you will see that the budget update shenanigans factored into their decision.
But here's something kind of weird (that makes me wonder if the Moodsters really know what the heckfire their talking about)...They too were taken in by 'Little Mountain property sale deferral' gambit.
Does anybody else smell a set-up?
And apropos of absolutely everything....Did you all catch the (not)Premier referring to herself in the third person....Delusions of?