THERE WERE lots of things wrong with former Premier Christy Clark’s plan to produce liquefied natural gas but let me start with the good.
At least it was a plan that labour and business could agree to. It was a provincial strategy that had workers and industry pulling together in the same direction.
It was an ambitious plan but unrealistic from the start.
David Charbonneau is a retired TRU electronics instructor who hosts a blog at http://www.eyeviewkamloops.wordpress.com.