Cassidy Olivier, of The Province, has 'A. Source' inside the BC Liberal Government caucus.
In addition to the usual blather about those amongst the 'soon-to-be-gone-for-good' who will no longer be whipped, Mr or Ms. Source had the following to say:
...To avoid being defeated on a confidence vote, the (BC Liberal Party caucus) member expects that the budget won’t go beyond second reading.
Instead, the government will pass legislation for interim supply, which will keep the government’s finances running, and shorten the session.
“The safe thing is to get approval for interim supply for three months,” the member said. “And that will allow the new government [after the election] to come in and look at the books and do a real budget.”...
Maybe the Snooklandian Wizardry could instead put together a budget using the awesome analytical powers of....
And as for bond rating agency downgrades, and business uncertainty, and all that?....Who cares when you've got website hits and/or clicks or whatever the heck else the mandateless (not)Premier thinks is 'governance'.