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Black on political partnerships and LNG project

September 30, 2018
CHEK News
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The recent announcement of a new liquefied natural gas (LNG) project in the province’s north is expected to dominate conversations when the BC legislature reopens Oct. 1.

School of Communication and Culture Assoc. Prof. David Black says the project may put the Greens in a compromising position in order to maintain their cooperative agreement with the NDP.

Here's an excerpt:

“The Greens here realize that there are worse options than supporting the NDP government and that is letting a government fall, losing their supply and confidence agreement with the sitting NDP government, and living with a resurgent Liberal government.”

This story first appeared on CHEK News.