Premier Clark and friends are apparently drinking their own bathwater at some sort of in-house LNG conference in downtown Lotusland today.
The (nolongerso)Giant '98's Laura Baziuk has this report:
The BC government is hosting its third international Liquefied Natural Gas conference on Wednesday in downtown Vancouver, but there is still no word on a start date for operations.
Premier Christy Clark is talking up B.C.’s foray into the LNG market.
If it goes to plan, it will return $9 billion in the first 10 years.
Clark says foreign investors see a profit to be made here.
“I look at it and I see a way to create thousands of good jobs for the people here, I see a way to create the revenue that we need to support the social programs, hospitals and schools.”...
No word yet on how much the 'conference' is costing you and me who are increasingly being asked to pay more than our fair share for social programs, hospitals and schools so that Ms. Clark and company can give away all our natural resources for (often less than) free.
________And, yes...The header just might be making you think of....This.