B.C.’s two main opposition parties have released their own emission reduction policies to rival the governing NDP, saying theirs will achieve results while averting financial hardship for the residents of the province.

B.C. United leader Kevin Falcon and B.C. Conservative Leader John Rustad have both promised to get rid of the NDP government’s Clean B.C. emissions-reduction targets as well as scrap subsidies for electric vehicles.

“The NDP’s so-called CleanBC Plan will kill jobs, kill paycheques, kill billions in funding for vital public services, and plunge our province into a recession,” Mr. Falcon said in the release.

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