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Christy Clark

BC Legislature fall sitting cancelled, again

We'll still get the job done, Liberals say.
Christy Clark to run in Kelowna by-election

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.

BC rejects Enbridge Northern Gateway proposal in final written submission

The BC government's final written submission stated that it cannot support the Enbridge Northern Gateway pipeline proposal as presented beause Northern Gateway has been "unable to address British...

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...

David Eby takes over Christy Clark's seat, credits environmental goals and local focus

Christy Clark won the provincial election for her Liberal party, but she didn’t win her own seat. The NDP's David Eby, 37, defeated her in Vancouver-Point Grey by a margin of 785 votes, a wide enough...

BC Liberal supporters celebrate as party wins unexpected majority

Loyal BC Liberal supporters gathered at the Sheraton Wall Centre in Vancouver on Tuesday night and watched as election results trickled in — starting off strong for the Liberals. Supporters were...

BC Election: BC's most valuable resources on the line

This BC election will you vote to protect the environment?

LNG coming to BC, big and fast. Are you ready?

The LNG industry is bearing down on the province like high speed train and, according to Natural Resource Minister Joe Oliver, this is what the citizens of B.C. want, except for those few...

Premier Clark opens her arms to LNG industry at Canada's first international LNG conference

Fifteen First Nations along the Pacific Trails Pipeline signed a benefits agreement with Apache and Shell oil companies worth up to $200 million and received a provincial loan for $32 million.

Failure to account for “fugitive” methane gas could undercut BC's climate change efforts, experts say

Methane is the primary component in natural gas and is far more potent than carbon dioxide as a global warming gas.