VANCOUVER (1130 NEWS) – In the "western province", B.C. It seems to dance with her beat.
This is according to a new survey by Angus Reid. The executive director Sachi Kurl says our neighbors are joining South.
"It's an area facing the South, when compared with Cascada's idea – to unite with the Washington state and California, with the pacifist, a very diverse population of B.C."
For example, relationships with Alberta have weakened over time.
"Three decades before, the British colonies warned that Alberta was more," said Kurle. "Doubtless, Albert believed that British Columbia was much more common than it is today.
Kurle tells us that the changes are important for the values. "We have seen that it is revealed in the pipeline debate and other issues, and there is no feeling in our community, either".
What are they in common? According to the survey, people in the western provinces think they are treating federal government in order to have a political impact.