In a heated exchange that followed, Weaver asked, "are you going to lose your temper on me now, Mr. Horgan, because you did last week".
Horgan said he would re-establish the team within the first 100 days in office if he wins the election on May 9 and would work to implement 32 recommendations that include an increase in the carbon tax to fight climate change.
Christy Clark's Liberals have mounted a largely stay-the-course campaign so far, highlighting their stewardship of Canada's top-performing economy and posting five consecutive balanced budgets. "I didn't know it myself until the moment before".
"I think it would be disastrous for jobs in our province". Actually, Clark and the BC Liberals have only said they will reduce the payments to the 1992 levels, but that wouldn't come into effect until 2018.
"The Liberals are probably happier the Greens are so high right now", Bozinoff suggested, "because they could potentially pull that vote away from the NDP". After saying there would be a statement on the matter, party spokesperson Alexis Pavlich said there would be no statement.More news: Facing deadline, most Wisconsin dairy farms find new buyer
"It's going to be a gradual implementation and we're going to make sure that nearly 80 per cent of British Columbians will get some form of a rebate so they can have less money out of their pocket than before", he said. By comparison, there were 32,576 tweets on #bcelxn17 - 7,779 of which included the #IamLinda hashtag, and 24,014 #cdnpoli tweets.
"(Clark's) plan for private care means longer waits for patients and even fewer resources for public health care", said Horgan.
"Used to be, that up here lots of people, their dad had voted NDP, their mom had voted NDP, so they were going to vote NDP. They need to become personal".
"One month after the election, they announced it", she said. "I kept in touch from afar". "I'm not voting for her and I wanted to tell her why". "He is always there for people".
About 1.813 million voters cast ballots in the May 2013 election that returned Christy Clark and the B.C. Liberals to power.More news: Corey Lee, SingleThread, and La Taqueria Win James Beard Nods
"They know I will speak my mind if I get an opportunity", she said.
Ms. Clark and the BC Liberals, have been under fire for other farfetched assumptions.
"Thanks goodness. Hopefully you won't get elected in", the woman calls after her. With the last "shake-down" deal already expired due to inaction on the USA side, it was the first topic Clark brought up with newly elected Prime Minister Justin Trudeau. 'I listen to CFOX.
Liberal leader Christy Clark, NDP leader John Horgan and Green Party leader Andrew Weaver started with a series of questions on housing affordability. "What the Liberals said about her was absolutely reckless". "She's in a store speaking to people".
But during her closing remarks during Wednesday's debate Clark again went for the line that her government is taking on the provincial debt and eliminating it. "I don't think I was rude". ". I just do move a little bit quickly". But "alternative facts" once loosed can take on lives of their own.More news: US congressional talks yield deal to fund government through September
"Jean Chretien, when he turned down participating in the Iraq war, I thought that was gutsy", said Dosanjh.