Premier John Horgan weighs in on softwood lumber dispute

New B.C. premier discusses softwood, LNG, foreign buyers' tax review

BC NDP leader and premier of British Columbia John Horgan joined Business in Vancouver on Roundhouse Radio 98.3FM on Aug. 4 by phone to discuss his trip to Washington, D.C. to meet softwood lumber negotiators and representatives. 

Later on, he tells reporters Hayley Woodin and Nelson Bennett that his government's review of the foreign buyers' tax in Metro Vancouver does not mean the tax will be repealed. 

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