Its back to work for B.C lawmakers today.
The legislature back in session following a short break.
Liberal Environment Critic and Kamloops North Thompson MLA Peter Milobar hopes the expansion of the Trans Mountain pipeline is resolved.
“Its getting beyond the point of ridiculous. I think its time for both the Premier, and the Environment Minister to admit we don’t have the jurisdiction they are claiming we have. Kinder Morgan doesn’t own the product in the line, no different from CN and CP. This is, how do you move a commodity to tide water to get world pricing on it.”
On another matter Milobar says, the proposed vote on proportional representation is confusing.
“This is how ridiculous it is: with how blinded the people who really want proportional representation are to this whole process. While they’re trying to juggle a municipal election at the exact same time. Its absolutely ridiculous. It wouldn’t stand the smell test if these same people that want proportional representation were over on the same side of the fence screaming and yelling about process.”
In fact, Milobar says, British Columbians don’t even know the date of the referendum.