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B.C. Liberals make pitch to continue government as a minority in legislature
British Columbia entered a new stage of political uncertainty Wednesday as the final vote count from an election held more than two weeks ago confirmed the province's first minority government in 65...
May 24th, 2017
Riches beyond any party's wildest dreams
Earlier this month the 2016 donation numbers for B.C.'s political parties were filed with Elections B.C. and, not unexpectedly, it was another bumper crop for the B.C. Liberals. The party...
May 1st, 2017
It's time to stop funding B.C.'s private schools
Is it time time to put that public money back where it belongs — in public schools? Vancouver Observer Contributing Education Editor, Patti Bacchus thinks it is.
Mar 6th, 2017
NDP fails to sway B.C. Liberals on banning corporate and union donations
The NDP in British Columbia won't get support from the Liberals to ban corporate and union donations to the province's political parties. NDP Leader John Horgan asked Premier Christy Clark today to...
The Canadian Press
Jan 19th, 2017
B.C. Liberals face balancing act on housing as 2017 election looms: experts
The legislature is set to convene Monday to debate changes to Vancouver's charter that would allow the city to create a tax on vacant homes.
Jul 25th, 2016
Who is John Horgan and why should you care?
He's a cautious man, but he may be the only politician in B.C. who stands a chance of defeating Premier Christy Clark.
Jun 2nd, 2016
Corporate tax-protection act passes, paving way for B.C.’s first LNG project
Petronas has yet to make its final investment decision on the proposed US$36 billion project near Prince Rupert.
The Canadian Press
Jul 22nd, 2015
Province seeking public input on climate action plan
The public will have two opportunities over the next six months to speak up about new climate policies in B.C.
Jul 20th, 2015
Summer LNG session a desperate move, say critics
'They threw this Hail Mary pass, it was caught, it landed and now they’re trying to deliver.' — Green Party MLA Andrew Weaver.
Jul 13th, 2015
Wildfires expanding by the moment in B.C.
Wildfires are expanding at a rapid pace in B.C. In the span of a few minutes that journalists spoke on the phone with B.C. Wildfire Service Chief Fire Information Officer Kevin Skrepnek...
Valentina Ruiz Leotaud
Jul 10th, 2015