Editorial: Christy Clark targets US thermal coal in defense of BC lumber

Forget about blood diamonds, uranium and coltan, the most politically charged mined commodity these days in North America is coal, which has emerged as a political football in the B.C. election set for May 9, drawing in U.S. and Alberta...

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