The following is lifted straight from Finance minister's latest bit of PAB-Botian puff-fluffery:
...Higher revenues also mean the B.C. government is cancelling the planned 4% increase to MSP premiums, and those eligible for Regular Premium Assistance will see a 4% reduction of their premium beyond what was announced with Budget 2016. Cancelling the January 2017 premium increase and keeping regular MSP premiums at 2016 levels will save adults up to $36 per year...
A temporary reduction on the already ridiculously egregious?
How did that Clarklandian gambit, pre-election 2013, ultimately work out for the