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The lack of rural health care is a crisis for many B.C. families, say New Democrat leader John Horgan and spokesperson on health Judy Darcy.

“People tell us that a family doctor is out of reach, and they can’t even count on getting emergency services in their community,” said John Horgan.

The B.C. Liberals said British Columbia’s LNG agreements “will be consistent with approaches previously adopted in Australia.”

Natural Gas Minister Rich Coleman said in the legislature: “If you’re looking to do it right, you go and look at similar economies. Australia has a similar economy. They just developed an LNG industry, and they used project development agreements to help develop that industry.”

New Democrat leader John Horgan issued the following statement in response to the release of the Project Development Agreement for the Pacific Northwest LNG project:

“New Democrats want to see an LNG industry develop in B.C., but the deal we saw revealed today looks like a good deal for Petronas and the other foreign multi-national corporations involved, not for British Columbians.