The Premier Christy Clark spoke at a luncheon hosted by the Merritt and District Chamber of Commerce this week.
The Premier, in town on organizational meetings this week with the provincial caucus, provided an update on the province's work to control spending, grow the economy and get to 'yes' on economic development projects.
Addressing the Merritt and District Chamber of Commerce Christy Clark made her case for a liquefied Natural Gas Industry in BC. She said its a choice, B.C can either limp along with 2% growth or take the bold step and develop an industry that could generate 100,000 jobs.
Clark also described the supreme court of Canada ruling granting title to the T'sihlquotin First Nation as positive, believing it will create certainty and clarity.
The B20 Coalition gathered in Paris earlier this year to release its Global Business Outlook for 2014. This document highlights the primary concerns of the global business community and presents the Coalition’s shared perspective on the challenges and opportunities that lie ahead.
The B20 Coalition has defined four main priorities for 2014: trade and investment; fiscal responsibility; energy, and infrastructure. In additi ...Read More