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Christy Clark

Riots cause millions of dollars in damage to businesses downtown

Vancouver businesses are surveying millions of dollars in damage inflicted by rioters after last night's post hockey-game mayhem in the city's downtown. Wynne Powell, CEO of the London Drugs chain of...

City to province: help pay for Stanley Cup Finals street party

Much of British Columbia is proudly watching the Stanley Cup Finals, and much of it is partying in Vancouver's streets. All play, but who pays? Source: Vancouver Observer

Ferries, frigates and PR

Christy Clark and her government have been some of the BC shipbuilding industry’s biggest problems. Now, they say they are its chief salespeople.

One down, three to go: Canucks fans confident team on the way to the cup

VANCOUVER -- Three more to go. Canucks fans celebrating the team's last-minute victory against the Boston Bruins on Wednesday were already counting down the number of wins left to capture the Stanley...

NDP candidate David Eby: advocating social justice and help for small business

BYELECTION 2011: Homelessness is an issue even in toney Point Grey, activist insists.

BC Greens candidate Françoise Raunet: We need strong, healthy, sustainable communities

BYELECTION 2011: Candidate says that being "neither left nor right" has its appeal.

Minimum wage hike bad first policy for new B.C. premier: economist

Fraser Institute says "blunt" policy instrument will damage prospects for youth employment.

Will Christy Clark kill BC's climate-change policies?

B.C. politics is littered with the dashed careers of politicians left and right who tried to kill Campbell’s popular climate-change policies. Will Premier Clark be next?

Adrian Dix raring for battle with Christy Clark

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

B.C. New Democrats ponder left shift or move to centre in leaders vote

 British Columbia New Democrats are casting their ballots to elect a new leader, who will either shift the traditionally left-wing party into the centre to meet head-on recently elected Premier...