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So, what's next in B.C. politics?

It’s been six weeks since British Columbia’s nail-biter of an election, four weeks since the roller coaster ride of recounts and final counts, and a day since the throne speech and its long list of new promises. 156 more words

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Power hangs in the balance following Throne Speech at the B.C. Legislature

The long awaited Throne Speech outlining what could be the final goals of Premier Christy Clark’s government included a number of major policy reversals that had a strong resemblance to NDP and Green platforms. 1,097 more words

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B.C. POLITICS - How will B.C.'s NDP pay for deal with Greens?

By CHARLES LAMMAM
and HUGH MacINTYRE
The Fraser Institute

THE POWER-SHARING deal struck by the New Democratic Party and Green Party means British Columbians could soon see an NDP minority government propped up by the Greens. 596 more words

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Majority of British Columbians oppose snap election, want Clark to step down: Poll

Biritish Columbians are saying ‘no thank you’ to the prospect of a snap election, according to a new poll.

More than seven in 10 respondents to the Angus Reid survey said they were not interested in a return to the polls, including 55 per cent of BC Liberal voters. 416 more words

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Will there be another election? Everything you need to know about what’s going on in B.C. politics

In this occasional feature, the National Post tells you everything you need to know about a complicated issue. Today, Stuart Thomson examines the political situation in British Columbia and the possibility of a new election: 758 more words

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Braid: A glimmer of light in Andrew Weaver's pipeline stance

B.C. Premier Christy Clark now has a shiny new cabinet. It’s expected to last no more than two weeks before the NDP and Greens kick her Liberals out of office. 776 more words

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