Christy Clark

Timeline: how grizzly hunting became a major election issue in B.C.

April 1 marked the beginning of the grizzly hunting season in B.C. and with provincial elections set to be held on May 9 a growing number of organizations and interest groups have weighed in as the...
B.C. Premier Christy Clark

B.C. Premier Clark backs away from hacking allegations against Opposition NDP

It's not the apology B.C. New Democrat Leader John Horgan has demanded, but British Columbia Premier Christy Clark now admits she jumped to conclusions when she blamed the Opposition for hacking her...

Open letter to Premier Christy Clark: Weighing the risks vs. benefits of the Trans Mountain pipeline

Dear Premier Christy Clark, You were once opposed to Kinder Morgan’s (KM) -Transmountain Expansion (TMX), and then approved the project on January 11 2017. You stated that the five conditions for...
Osoyoos Secondary School

By-election dust ups are collateral damage in Christy Clark’s war on public education

Trustees voted to close Osoyoos' high school after only to overturn their decision when Premier Christy Clark intervened at the 11th hour. Then a trustee resigned, triggering a by-election.

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.

Premiers meeting in Yukon concerned about legalization of marijuana

"We need to see the federal legislation," said Christy Clark. "We will build a system focused on safety."

B.C. to change human rights code to protect transgendered people

Justice Minister Suzanne Anton says the code will be changed to include "gender identity or expression" among the protected grounds its covers.

Ratification of CPP enhancement deal delayed as B.C. asks for more time

The B.C. government skipped Friday’s deadline to ratify an agreement−in−principle reached in June 2016.
Justin Trudeau, Christy Clark, TransLink, SkyTrain, Burnaby

Trudeau and Clark announce big transit dollars after epic SkyTrain entrance

The dramatic entrance was paralleled in awesomeness by the $460 million in federal investment for public transit that came with it.
John Horgan, BC NDP, Leader of the Official Opposition, B.C. legislature

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.