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La facture pour la r des m de famille grimpe encore, alors que Le Journal a appris que l’entente de 1 milliard $ conclue avec Qu co en fait plus de 1,6 milliard $.

Ce montant repr le total cumulatif des sommes forfaitaires et des hausses r pour les huit ann de l’entente, explique une source bien au fait du dossier au Conseil du tr

Selon les informations collig par notre Bureau parlementaire, les omnipraticiens obtiendront une hausse salariale r de 50 millions $ pour l’ann 2015 2016, puis de 100 millions $ les ann suivantes et de 340 millions $ en 2022 2023.

Au cours des quatre derni ann Qu a d vers quelque 12 milliards $ en revenus aux m de famille, soit une hausse de 16 %.

Entente secr

Les grandes lignes de l’entente entre Qu et la F des m omnipraticiens du Qu ont d au cours d’une conf de presse chaotique le 6 octobre dernier, durant laquelle les informations ont r au compte gouttes.

Le pr du Conseil du tr ce moment, Pierre Moreau, et ses fonctionnaires avaient refus de divulguer le total de l’entente, tandis que le communiqu de presse ne contenait aucune information sur le contenu du document.

D’ailleurs, Pierre Moreau avait refus de rendre le document public, affirmant que celui ci n’est pas une convention collective et qu’il contient une strat de n en vue des pourparlers avec la F des m sp du Qu (FMSQ).

Depuis, le premier ministre Philippe Couillard a assur que l’entente sera rendue publique une fois les n termin avec la FMSQ.

Il y a tr peu de nouvelles sommes l a fait valoir Philippe Couillard, les 63 millions $ en argent neuf

Puisque la hausse salariale annuelle est 1,8 % (sans inclure les sommes forfaitaires), le premier ministre s’est dit convaincu mercredi dernier que les citoyens qui nous voient qu’on a un gouvernement ici qui agit avec entre tous les employ et les professionnels du secteur public

Un argument qui a fait bondir le chef du PQ au Salon bleu. Je pense que ce que vient de dire le premier ministre, il est peu pr le seul croire : que, lorsqu’on rationne les soins domicile,
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lorsqu’il y a de longues listes d’attente pour les enfants qui sont en d intellectuelle et en autisme, de donner 1 milliard de dollars aux m c’est de l’ a lanc Jean Fran Lis

Le cabinet du nouveau pr du Conseil du tr Pierre Arcand, n’a pas souhait commenter.

Quelques informations d sur l’entente

En 2023, la hausse de salaire des m de famille sera de 14,7 %.

Le gouvernement affirme que la hausse annuelle s’ en moyenne 1,8 %.

L’entente contient uniquement 63 millions $ en argent neuf selon Qu

Outre la hausse salariale, l’entente pr une somme non r de 635 millions $.

Le Qu compte quelque 9300 m de famille.

Le rattrapage pas compl fait

Les m de famille et leurs coll sp ont re une r de 7,7 milliards $ l’an dernier, soit une augmentation de 2 milliards $ en seulement quatre ans.

Le Journal r au mois de septembre que le revenu des m de famille a connu une croissance de 16 % entre 2012 et 2016. Pour les sp la hausse est de 46 % sur la m p

Au total, cela repr une r de quelque 12 milliards $ entre 2012 et 2016 pour les omnipraticiens et de 21 milliards $ pour les m sp

Malgr tout, les Qu n’ont pas un meilleur acc aux soins, affirmait l’ Andr Contandriopoulos, professeur en administration de la sant l’Universit de Montr

Nouveau rattrapage ?

Ces hausses importantes de revenus pour les m sont li au rattrapage avec les m de l’Ontario accord par Qu

Si le gouvernement Couillard estime que les m de famille ont d atteint la parit le pr de la F des m omnipraticiens du Qu (FMOQ), Louis Godin, affirme plut qu’un de 15 % 20 % subsiste toujours avec l’Ontario.

On pense que, pour les m de famille, ce rattrapage l n’est pas compl fait a t il dit au moment de d la nouvelle entente.

D’ailleurs, l’Institut canadien d’information sur la sant a mandat pour d si un subsiste entre la r des m qu et celle de leurs homologues ontariens. Si c’est le cas, Qu et la FMOQ n un nouveau rattrapage.
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That all changed one day in December when Brown, a Walhalla contractor, checked the card on his Cuddyback trail camera.

What he saw only can be described as a spectacle of nature: One buck entangled with the rack of another buck whose body is severed from its head.

The antlers and severed head hang from the rack of the living buck.

“I believe I had both of those bucks alive in one (earlier) picture,” Brown said. “Then all of a sudden that one, that’s how he showed up. I didn’t see him as he was dragging the body around. I only ever saw him with what was left of the other one.”

The buck stayed in the area, dragging the severed head of its sparring foe, for a couple of weeks.

The buck disappeared after the late December cold snap.

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Brown sent two of the daylight trail cam photos, time stamped Dec. 21, to Cuddyback earlier this week as part of a contest the company is sponsoring, and the photos have garnered widespread interest on social media.

Some people have speculated the photos were altered with Photoshop or a similar editing program, but Brown says that’s definitely not the case.

“I’m not on Facebook and all of that I don’t get into that very much,” he said. “There’s always speculation on everything, but I have several other pictures to prove otherwise. It’s not Photoshopped. I don’t even know how to do that.”

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Independence Day celebrations may include reading aloud in a public ceremony or at least thinking about parts of some of America’s “Freedom Documents” to celebrate the 234th anniversary of declaring independence from Great Britain.

We Americans remind ourselves to hold certain self evident truths about equality among human beings, and restate that we will not be ruled by a despot, and that we are willing to band together for the common good and defense. Our union is characterized by liberty and justice.

Local veterans were asked to recall the Oath of Enlistment they took to defend the Constitution drafted by the Founding Fathers. They reflected on what it meant when they entered the military, and what it still means to them.

The oath is normally recited in front of the United States Flag and other flags, such as the state flag and military branch flag. With these, or similar, words they raised their right hands and swore or affirmed to an enlisted officer to “support and defend the Constitution of the United States against all enemies, foreign and domestic.”

They each declared: “I will bear true faith and allegiance to the same; and that I will obey the orders of the President of the United States and the orders of the officers appointed over me, according to regulations and the Uniform Code of Military Justice. So help me God.”

In addition, Army and Air Guard members swear to obey the governor of a state.

It is a personal promise to put aside their own needs and make the nation’s needs their priority, accepting the trials of a term or a lifetime in military service. military,” Fabian said. Army would support our government “rounding up people.”

“The simple answer was: I don’t think so,” Fabian said. “To my knowledge, and to my great pride, we are the only country that swears our lives to an idea not to any man, or group, or country.

“This means, that just as the heroic actions of a single warrant officer in the My Lai village, if I, or my soldiers are ordered to perform an act that is against the law of the United States, we are obligated to refuse, resist and defend against ALL enemies foreign and domestic,” Fabian said.

The “My Lai Massacre” took place in 1968 when Charlie Company 11th Brigade Americal Division entered the Vietnamese village of My Lai where Vietcong were reportedly entrenched, and from whom Charlie Company had taken heavy losses.

More than 300 unarmed civilians were killed during the search and destroy mission under the command of Lt. William Calley. A military investigation resulted in Calley being charged with murder of those civilians.

Hugh C. Thompson was a warrant officer and helicopter pilot from an aero scout team who radioed for help for wounded civilians, and then evacuated about ten of the survivors. Army award for bravery not involving direct conflict with the enemy.

“This carries with it a huge and daunting responsibility, to know, when the horror of war stops, and a crime against the Constitution begins, and right or wrong, a soldier ends his career right there, a career built out of love for country and discipline.

“But that is not the fear,” Fabian said. “The Constitution has been called a living document.’ Its meaning changes. Just as, at its writing, the African American was not considered a man. Otherwise, if all men were created equal, they would have been emancipated in 1776. An enlightened people came to realize their hypocrisy.

“Likewise, my actions in defense of what I now believe is in accordance with the Constitution, can be tried in the court of public opinion, and my actions go from patriotic, to treasonous. Those whom we seek to defend, can turn and strike with a horrible terrible resolve without thought to intent or circumstances.

“This fear is necessary. Actions against one’s lawfully appointed superior are not to be taken lightly. The words of Thomas Jefferson reach through time to us when he said, In a Dictatorship, the people fear the government. In a Democracy, the government should fear the people. What does my oath mean to me? Commitment and service to an idea every bit as bright and mythical as Camelot,
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“The oath I swore on June 25, 1964 meant to me that I would perform my duties to the absolute best of my ability, respecting my country, my flag, my fellow servicemen, and for our land and all that inhabits it,” Franklin said.

“I learned what honor and respect are for my comrades, those who have walked on, and those who are still here and need our help. The values and training instilled in me from the Guard have served family, my community, and me and are still with me today,” Franklin said.

“I consider the Constitution of the United States to be the operations manual for how a free people will live and flourish,” said Brian Bobek, of Armada Township. Army in May of 1966, I, like many other young men in those days, had options. I could get married and avoid the draft, and I could have run to Canada. But I believed, as I do today, that a free people owe a debt to their country, and I felt it was my duty to do my part in keeping us free.

“Independence Day is a day of remembrance of those fellow patriots who also swore an oath to defend our freedoms, even at the sacrifice of their own lives. We owe them more than can ever be repaid,” Bobek said.

“In 1969 I took the oath. It is life binding. He bows to no man. He answers only to the Lord of Lords, the American people, and his own conscience,” Gannia said.

Last November, President Barack Obama met Japanese Emperor Akihito at the Imperial Palace in Tokyo. Obama’s deep bow to Japan’s emperor was criticized by some as deference or apology, and it was also defended by others as adhering to foreign protocol.

“I remember that day, Jan. 16, 1963, like it was yesterday,” Drdul said. “Being only 18, I had made the decision to enlist in the USAF for four years and once the oath was administered, there was no turning back as I would be committed to the four years, like it or not.

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Giraffe fits right in at its new Spinningfields home. With restaurants right across the country including sister venues at Manchester Airport and the Trafford Centre, Giraffe bills itself as a place offering ‘feel good food and music’ where ‘a smile goes a long way’.

We went down on a miserable and blustery Thursday night to grab an early dinner. Even at 6pm diners had already started filtering in, no doubt to take advantage of the Bar Buddies offer (2 for 1 on cocktails, wines and beers) or Giraffe Time Menu (a starter and main from a set menu for 6.95 between 5pm and 7pm) while reviving themselves after a hard day in the office. Giraffe doesn t exactly shout personality and the world music was low enough to barely be in evidence but the waiter was friendly and our table in a corner next to the ubiquitous glass front gave us a great vantage point from which to watch passers by trying, and failing, to hold onto their umbrellas in the gale force wind outside.

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The mains, however, were very good indeed. The duck stir fry arrived as a riot of colour on the plate and each tiny strip of vegetable or meat retained its flavour against just the right amount of perfectly cooked noodles. The burger was one of those towering affairs no sensible person would attempt to pick up with their hands. Instead we cut around the skewer stabbed through the centre and found it to be a truly satisfying dish, with really definite chicken that could just about hold its own against the surprising hit of chorizo and the crunch of the salad.

Giraffe is a particularly good place to bring the kids, with a children s menu that not only offers familiar sounding, high quality dishes (for example salmon fingers with mash, broccoli and sweetcorn) but also has pictures for the nippers to colour in and puzzles to complete while they re waiting.

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Now the World Cup draw has been made, England fans can start dreaming of their road to glory at Russia 2018. Gareth Southgate’s men were drawn in Group G, alongside Belgium, Panama and Tunisia.

But who would they have to overcome to win the tournament outright? We map out their path to the final.

If England win their group, they will be pitted against the runner up from Group H. It’s not easy to predict who that may be right now, but, according to the world rankings, COLOMBIA are the second best team in that pool, behind Poland but above Senegal and Japan.

Quarter final July 6, Kazan

Neymar and Brazil could be next up at the quarter final stage

A win over Colombia would set up a last eight clash against either the winner of Group E or the runner up of Group F. BRAZIL will be hot favourites to win Group E ahead of Switzerland, Costa Rica and Serbia and they’ll also be expected to beat Mexico, Sweden or South Korea who are likely to finish behind Germany in Group F in the last 16.

Semi final July 10, St Petersburg

How would England fare against Spain?

If England were to see off Brazil we really will be getting excited! That would possibly mean a semi final clash with SPAIN. France and Portugal are other possible opponents at this stage as are England’s Euro 2016 conquerors Iceland.

England drew 0 0 with Germany in a friendly last month

Should England reach their first World Cup final in 52 years, Southgate’s heroes may well come up against world number one GERMANY in a repeat of the 1966 tournament.


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If England finish second in Group G, they will face the winner of Group H which, according to world rankings, should be POLAND, although Colombia, Senegal and Japan are other potential opponents at this stage.

Quarter final July 7, Samara

Will England come up against Germany’s Mesut Ozil in Russia?

Success in that fixture would take England into the last eight, with potentially GERMANY likely winners of Group F ahead of Mexico, Sweden and South Korea lying in wait. They will most likely have had to beat Switzerland in the last 16.

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If England are able to find a way past the 2014 World Cup winners, Euro 2016 champions PORTUGAL would be next on the menu, if results were to go according to world rankings. Alternatively, Spain if they beat Portugal to first in Group B or Argentina, as winners of Group D, could be England’s opponents, assuming Russia or Denmark don’t spring a surprise in the knockout phase.
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Buttler blast sets up England to seal seriesMatch DetailsSeries: England tour of Australia and New Zealand 2017/18Toss: Australia , elected to field firstPlayer Of The Match: Jos ButtlerUmpires: Chris Gaffaney and Simon FryTV Umpires: Kumar DharmasenaReserve Umpire: Sam NogajskiMatch Referee: Ranjan Madugalle

CommentaryEnd of over: 50 5 Runs 1 Wkt AUS: 286/6

10.30pm: That is a wrap, folks. Mel Farrell’s report will tell the story of an all round performance that clinched things for England; they’re on a roll, though Australia can of course console themselves by gazing at the urn. How long until England propose making the Ashes points based across all formats, I wonder? Anyway, thanks for your comments, as ever we’ll be back for for on Friday. From Nikhil and myself, cheerio for now!

10.15pm: Thanks Nikhil, that was coolly done at the death. Time for the presentations, England now 3 0 up of course. Australia’s captain Steve Smith is first up: “Yeah, disappointing tonight, I thought the way we bowled in the first 45 overs was good, but Jos played exceptionally well, Woakesy too, but we bowled poorly at the end, can’t do that to a guy like Jos. We were chasing prob 30 too many, batted well but not enough to get over the line. [Dismissal?] It got given out, so I had to get off the field, wasn’t hitting it very well anyway, gave some other guys a chance and they almost got us home. [Stoinis?] He’s a powerful guy, a real positive. Our one day cricket hasn’t been up to scratch, we’ve got to find ways to win against quality opposition. [Adelaide for Australia Day, then new stadium in Perth] Two great days, hopefully two great occasions hopefully the crowds turn up and we can put on a show.”

Jos Buttler is unsurprisingly Man of the Match: “Great win, probably the best we’ve had. Had to find a bowler, Root bowling Liam Plunkett’s overs, guys kept putting in performances. We’ve championed this way of playing, even if you lose wickets. Chris and I tried to push on, we were looking at 270 but we had a couple of good overs. [Innings?] Against Cummins, Starc, etc it was very special.”

England captain Eoin Morgan: “So proud of the guys today, Jos was probably the the difference between the sides. On a two paced wicket, he paced it to perfection, played the anchor until about five or six overs out. We thought 300 was competitive, to have a hammer blow with one of the quicks going down hurt us a lot actually. This is one of the best wins from this group. With our bowling efforts, everybody was required to give a bit extra and everyone did. With the ball we were outstanding. [Rest of series?] Hopefully two more wins, we’re going to play our strongest possible XI.”

10.08pm This England ODI juggernaut continues to roll. They have got to be one of the best in the world currently. They have beaten a strong Australia team thrice in succession away from home. And three convincing wins. The series is done. The Tests and the ODIs one sided, but dominated by different teams.

The game, on a tricky SCG pitch, was set up by the belligerence of Jos Buttler, who smashed another terrific hundred. The England bowling was disciplined and accurate, and they did what they had to in the end overs to prevent an in form middle order from doing too much damage. An iffy moment with Steven Smith’s dismissal, but England thorough and clinical again.

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49.5Woakes to Cummins, 1 run, a short and wide delivery, slashed to deep point49.4Woakes to Cummins, no run, there it is, a wide yorker creeps under Cummins’ bat. Buttler is pumped. What an innings he playedThey can tie it with three sixes, I’m reminded. Cummins is. “We will rock you,” blaring at the SCG.

49.3Woakes to Stoinis, OUT, and taken at deep square leg. This game’s gone. A short delivery on middle and leg, the slower bouncer, forcing a tiring Stoinis to generate his own pace. He is too tired, all he can do is pull the ball to deep square leg. Billings runs in and takes a good, low catch.49.2Woakes to Stoinis, 2 runs, a nice full, wide yorker outside off, jammed out to long on. Bad enough timing to come back for two49.1Woakes to Paine, 1 run, a slower ball on leg, heaved to long on. They opt to stick with one. Stoinis wants the strike.
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Commentary9.02pm Right, that’s your lot. Thanks for joining us today, have a read of Dan Brettig’s report and join us again on Sunday for the third ODI in Sydney, where Australia desperately need a win to stay alive in the series.

Sarvesh : “Even without Stokes, England ODI side is a force to reckon with. They were the most competitive in India among visiting teams last year, after South Africa. They played really well in South Africa before that. I m in favour of a whitewash in Australia !!! ” Watch this space. They are clearly a team in a very good frame of mind at the moment. Good night.

9pm Man of the Match is Joe Root for his wickets and runs. “Enjoyable today, didn’t think I’d bowl seven overs at the start of the day. The form Smith has been in this summer, very enjoyable to see the back of him.”

“Whenever you come off a series loss you want to prove a point, and leading into the World Cup we want to set a benchmark. We had to stay cool in the moment and get the job done.”

Eoin Morgan: “Our bowlers were exceptional. It puts pressure on the Australia batsmen. We did enough to win but it was far from a complete performance, which is exciting for us.”

“We have a level of trust and confidence in the group that someone will put their hand up for us.”

8.55pm Time for some presentations. Here’s Steve Smith. “We’re not playing good enough one day cricket at the moment. It’s a quality England batting line up. We lost a couple of wickets in a row, we couldn’t get that power going at the back end to get that 320 we were after.”

“Richo bowled pretty well, perhaps [we should have played a spinner]. This wicket is different to the one we had for the Test match.”

8.47pm England have won their first ODI at Brisbane since 1999, and they have taken an emphatic 2 0 lead without really being stretched in two apparently daunting chases.

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Mark: “Are we facing a scenario where Australia’s total domination of the Tests will be countered by England’s total domination of the ODIs and T20s. You begin to wonder if Australia could be whitewashed.”

Deedat: “Like Morgan said last time, if Roy fails, someone from the rest of the team would step up. This time, seems like who whole team did. Magnificent from Hales and Bairstow. And just solid as always from Root”

44.2Stoinis to Woakes, FOUR runs, pumped up and over long on, plugs in the deep, trickles to the rope, and England have secured a tremendous winDavid: “So, in the end, we’re looking at Joe Root utterly failing to convert. ”

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Scandals like this the officer was suspended and then resigned re enforce what many African Americans have long suspected: There are racist police officers in this country who fear and loathe blacks.

New technologies, from police dash and body cameras to cellphones and social media, are shining a glaring light on the words and deeds of some police officers. And it is not pretty.

The nation has seen blacks shot and killed even in real time by officers during routine traffic stops. Videos posted online for all the world to see show the way fatal altercations played out and those videos are speaking truth to power for the dead.

Convictions are still rare, but at least there some chance for real justice.

In December, a white former South Carolina police officer was sentenced to 20 years in prison for killing an unarmed black man in 2015. Michael Slager shot Walter Scott from behind as Scott was running from a traffic stop.

In January 2017, prosecutors accused a former Palm Beach Gardens police officer of lying about the shooting of stranded driver Corey Jones, a musician who had been waiting innocently for roadside assistance. Recordings showed that officer Nouman Raja lied about the shooting. He has been fired and faces charges of manslaughter and attempted murder, according to news reports.

Todd Shaw, the former assistant police chief and longtime police officer in Prospect, Ky., who allegedly sent the racist Facebook messages, resigned last year. The messages were described by a county official as “highly disturbing” and “threatening.”

According to news reports, while discussing the right response if juveniles were caught smoking marijuana, Shaw allegedly told a recruit, “F the right thing. If black shoot them.” As to how to deal with the teenagers’ parents, Shaw allegedly told the recruit to have sex with both of them. “Unless daddy is black. Then shoot him.”

The assistant police chief attorney told a newspaper that Shaw was just in the emails.

The evil mentality seen in those messages isn any different from the mentality of lynching parties of old who hanged blacks from trees for sport.

How and why are officers who harbor such views selected for and promoted within police forces nationwide? How many more are there in the ranks who think like him?

For real progress, we need more people of color in law enforcement, and better law enforcement training. We also need justice to be served in cases of disgraced officers who lack integrity, break the law, and do a disservice to the honorable officers who put their lives on the line daily.

According to news reports, Shaw also allegedly wrote derogatory messages about Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., adding, “but because someone shot him, I get a day off with pay each year so I will take it.”

That why activists keep fighting to change this mentality, which so weakens our society.

In this year of the 50th anniversary of King assassination, the nation owes it to his legacy to come together and work harder for change.

As we celebrate Black History Month, it is time to look at how far we have come and what we need to do to forge a more just nation, and a more hopeful tomorrow for all Americans.

Attorney Benjamin Crump is a civil rights advocate who represents the family of Corey Jones and has worked on dozens of other high profile civil rights cases.
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At least, that’s what Weaver tells me. He insists that all is well between his party and the ruling NDP, and the dust up over the golf event aside, there is little reason to think otherwise. Liberals as well) will support it.

But two critical issues are coming into view on the near horizon, and I suspect the Greens aren’t going to like where those issues appear to be headed one little bit. One of them can be laid directly at the feet of the NDP, while the other has more to do with Ottawa. Utilities Commission for review, but with terms of reference that greatly restrict what the commission can come back with in terms of recommendations.

The commission has been instructed to provide “advice” on three options for the dam: proceed, suspend construction or terminate the project entirely, with full remediation of the site.

In coming to any conclusions to provide that advice, however, the commission must be guided by a number of principles and rules, not the least of which is that it must stick to the economics of the dam (which takes any concerns about the environment, First Nations’ rights or agricultural impact off the table).

The economics alone are staggering: more than $2 billion spent so far, another $2 billion or so in signed contractual obligations and,
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if it is scrapped, another $1 billion or so for putting the giant work site back into its original landscape. Hydro’s most recent electrical load forecast as the basis for its advice, and when looking for any alternatives to Site C for a source of power, other clauses greatly reduce the chance of the commission looking to wind, solar or natural gas power as a replacement.

The terms of reference clearly state that “grid reliability” is a key objective in weighing the importance of any energy project, and about the only reliable form of energy in this province is hydroelectric power.

Add it all up and it looks like the deck is clearly stacked for the commission to advise the dam should be completed.

Then we come to the second issue that may strain the NDP/Green relationship: the Kinder Morgan pipeline expansion.

Officially, the NDP oppose the pipeline, but the government’s language has noticeably softened and Attorney General David Eby says a legal analysis concludes the government cannot legally stop or delay the many permits the pipeline will require, thus removing what many thought was the government’s only weapon from its arsenal.

Horgan says he’s still studying options, but it’s far from clear that he has any more power to stop the pipeline. And it’s remarkable that in two separate meetings and phone calls with Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, the Kinder Morgan project hasn’t even come up for discussion.

Trudeau has vowed the pipeline will be built, and the response from the Horgan government other than Eby’s dismissal of the permit denial option has been almost one of silence.

Construction is supposed to begin in the fall, and it now appears the NDP government is just crossing its fingers and hoping that a First Nations court challenge to the pipeline succeeds.

And so Weaver may find himself propping up a government that could fail him on two key Green priorities. If so, we’ll see if the bromance between him and the premier remains as strong as it appears to be today.
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