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Too Close to Call


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The Scottish Independence Referendum is upon us and again we hear the chiming of the now too familiar phrase “TOO CLOSE TO CALL”. 432 more words

Canadian Politics

Charges laid under elections act in ethnic outreach scandal

Charges have been laid against two former aides to Premier Christy Clark in connection with the ethnic outreach scandal in 2012.

Brian Bonney and Mark Robertson are both facing charges under the BC Elections Act. 130 more words

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Ewart: Coal growth a risk to 'green' desires

In June, Vancouver was honoured as a green champion by the Canadian Federation of Municipalities.


This week, Port Metro Vancouver approved the $15-million expansion of a barge terminal at Fraser Surrey Dock to facilitate annual exports of four million tonnes of coal mined in the United States, transported by train across the border to the coast and then overseas to Asian markets. 760 more words

Energy

Ontario Provincial Election 2014

This election provides further proof that campaigns matter. It was lost by the New Democratic Party and Progressive Conservatives more than it was won by Premier Kathleen Wynne. 436 more words

James Cullingham

Out of the limelight, Dix continues diabetes advocacy

On his first full day with the title “former NDP leader”, Adrian Dix was talking about muffins.

“They tend to be highly sweet and high in calories, but in our mind’s eyes, they’re seen as nutritious,” he says in an East Van coffee shop. 592 more words

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B.C. NDP leader lauded in last day at helm as Horgan takes over

UPDATE: John Horgan has now been acclaimed the new Leader of the BC NDP. 

No one else  entered into the leadership race by today’s 5 p.m. 599 more words

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B.C. legislature lauds outgoing NDP leader Adrian Dix

VICTORIA – A visibly relaxed Adrian Dix cracked a self-deprecating joke to laughter and applause from both sides of the British Columbia legislature Thursday as he stood in question period for the last time as New Democrat Party leader. 558 more words

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