Downtown Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, March 20, 2017. Thanks to recently-announced lumber tariffs, British Columbia’s too-close-to-call legislative assembly election could well hinge on what voters in the sharply polarized province think of — who else — Donald Trump.
Downtown Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, March 20, 2017. Thanks to recently-announced lumber tariffs, British Columbia’s too-close-to-call legislative assembly election could well hinge on what voters in the sharply polarized province think of — who else — Donald Trump. Jeremy Bittermann The New York Times
Downtown Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, March 20, 2017. Thanks to recently-announced lumber tariffs, British Columbia’s too-close-to-call legislative assembly election could well hinge on what voters in the sharply polarized province think of — who else — Donald Trump. Jeremy Bittermann The New York Times

Pipelines and Donald Trump: British Columbia goes to the polls

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