The BC Legislature’s spring session ends with a new round of fireworks as the BC Liberals accuse Speaker Darryl Plecas of stealing hard drives in the middle of the night and calling former Chief Justice Beverly McLachlin “stupid.”

Plus the BC NDP’s efforts to block the TransMountain Pipeline expansion suffered a setback as the BC Court of Appeal rejected its reference question. And former federal Liberal cabinet members Jody Wilson-Raybould and Jane Philpott announce their intentions to run as independents in the fall.

BC Today’s Shannon Waters joins us to break it all down.

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Segment 1: Hard drives all over the legislature

Segment 2: Fisher-Price Tools
at 21m13s

Segment 3: Independent women
at 28m44s

Quick takes
at 37m26s

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