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Voter turnout should be as much of a concern as vote splitting in federal election
What if you have a party and nobody shows up?
Mar 25th, 2015
Time for change in Vancouver East, and in Ottawa
What would make Vancouver East matter more than ever in Ottawa? Voting Green. Here's why.
Mar 24th, 2015
Ontario rejects NDP call for ban on hydraulic fracking to extract natural gas
NDP said Ontario needs to impose a moratorium on fracking before companies exhaust other deposits and come looking for licences to explore for natural gas in this province.
The Canadian Press
Mar 25th, 2015
NDP chooses ex-judge for tight federal race in Burnaby
"I find I am not able to remain on the sidelines any more. Too much is at stake," says retired judge Carol Baird Ellan, who will run for the NDP in Burnaby North Seymour.
Feb 25th, 2015
Why plummeting oil prices may hasten Canada's shift to renewable energy
A rapid increase in oil prices during the 1970s caused Denmark to radically alter its national energy policy, with the goal of replacing fossil fuels entirely with renewable energy. More than 40...
Jan 24th, 2015
Nathan Cullen says Northern Gateway about more than pipeline
“It’s more than just about a pipeline. It’s about our voice and our right to speak,” said Cullen.
Jan 19th, 2015
Canadians are ready for carbon pricing, politicians not so much: experts
Politicians remember all too well the lambasting Liberal Party leader Stephane Dion took in 2008 when he proposed a carbon price. But evidence shows that times have changed, and so has Canada.
Jan 14th, 2015
Olivia Chow to speak in Vancouver about life, loss, faith and art
"In Chinese languages there is no past or future tense, just a sort of infinite tense. Jack is now part of that infinite tense. But I live in the present tense.”
Feb 3rd, 2014
Christy Clark to run in Kelowna by-election
Westside-Kelowna MLA Ben Stewart has formally stepped aside to make room for his party leader Christy Clark to run in a by-election in the safe Okanagan Valley.
Jun 5th, 2013
Women make up one-third of the legislature, but does that mean a win for women in BC?
It's been one week since the BC election, which saw not only the victory of a female Premier, but also 29 women who won seats in the Legislative Assembly. But does having more female representation...
May 16th, 2013