BC Liberals

BC NDP's Adrian Dix blends fairness and eco-consciousness with desire to become premier

Adrian Dix, the popular MLA for Vancouver-Kingsway, strode briskly into his office, stopped to talk with staff, and sat  down at the table for a talk. He  flung one leg over the other and...

Gregor's success fighting homelessness: check the numbers

Vancouver municipal election 2011:: It’s rich to see a Sam Sullivan political operative attack Gregor Robertson for his success in reducing street homelessness after Sullivan’s comparative failure.

Vancouver Not Vegas to Christy Clark: Do you really put families first?

Vancouver Not Vegas calls on Clark to suspend expensive advertising campaigns for the BC Lottery Corporation and invest money in Vancouver Children’s Festival and 1,500 other BC charities.

Adrian Dix raring for battle with Christy Clark

Feisty new leader of BC NDP challenges Liberals on taxes, priorities

Christy Clark becomes BC's second female premier

BC scored its second woman premier in its history tonight, as Christy Clark became the fourth woman in Canadian history to serve as a provincial premier.

Inside George Abbott's campaign war room, youth prevails

Papers are strewn over desks, drinks and candy dumped into corners, and a conglomeration of dates and places are scrawled on the lone board on the wall. In a poorly-lit corner sits a young man in a T...

Paragon of haste

“Stop the expansion of gambling that has increased gambling addiction and put new strains on families,” promised the BC Liberals during the 2001 elections.

  A decade after the BC Liberals took...

The deep democracy of a Canadian Town Meeting with Michael Ignatieff

Nothing in me is smug about the safety of Canada. I'm an American on the brink of becoming a Canadian citizen and I’m here tonight to see how we conduct our political discourse.

A BC Liberal cocktail hour for contenders for King Gordon's crown

Build 2030 brought nearly a thousand BC Liberals to the Hyatt last night for an event that served up five candidates.

Adios, Minister MacDiarmid

In her brief stay as education minister, MacDiarmid was well on her way to becoming one of the most unpopular ministers in the Campbell government.