Premier Heading to Ottawa, then Washington
Monday, July 24, 2017 @ 10:14 AM
Prince George, B.C.- Premier John Horgan is heading to Ottawa to meet with Prime Minister Trudeau.
Horgan plans to discuss three issues with the PM, the wildfire state of emergency, softwood lumber and the opioid crisis.
“Working with our federal counterparts, we’ll find solutions to the urgent problems facing British Columbians” says Horgan “And we will make sure that the services people count on like childcare, affordable housing, and public infrastructure are also a priority in these discussions.”
He will also travel to Washington, D.C., for meetings with key trade officials on the softwood lumber dispute.
Horgan, get over yourself, you have no authority in Washington, that is juniors job.
Here’s hoping T2 goes in for a hug and Horgan loses it… :)
i wouldnt let that slimy little ??? hug me either
So just what do you people have against Trump. Just the facts not SNL media BS.
Seamutt, so true. If he was that bad he woulda been impeached by now.
Just BS media, some people just love the drama.
Seems Trump is doing alright for his country, read this.
Also related wonder how long the NDP greenies lovein will last while the rest of the worlds economy steams right along. the US will not need the oil and gas we sell except for more a bargain basement price they already force.
Blocking gas and oil shipments while the rest of the world is clamoring for it very idiotic and people knock Trump!
horgon Weaver you guys are way out of your league along with the selfie king.
What blows me away is Trudeau. One of “his” provinces declared a State of Emergency. That usually brings the King of Canada to the province. Not this guy, he’s doing a parade in Halifax and hobnobbing at another festival out east. He’s not thinking, again………..
Did the king of Canada visit Ft McCurry when they ha their hollow cost.
No Trudeau waited until the fire was out to visit because Harper was ridiculed fir visiting Kelowna and Saskatchewan in 2015 while the fire was still raging.
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