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Former PM Kim Campbell stresses leadership potential at B.C. luncheon

VANCOUVER – Former prime minister Kim Campbell says that despite the fact that a colleague once called her a “boring leader,” she always felt compelled to get involved and engage people. 218 more words


NDP demands release of appraisals in government ‘fire sale’

British Columbia’s sale of surplus assets was the source of heated contention in Victoria for the third day in a row Thursday, with the opposition now demanding the Liberal government release the appraisals for all land sold since 2012. 254 more words


Premier, NDP spar over Burke Mountain land sale

An unapologetic Premier Christy Clark traded blows with NDP leader John Horgan during a testy question period in Victoria Wednesday.

The political rivals sparred over the B.C. 298 more words


Burnaby North MLA facing recall petition stands by record

The Burnaby North MLA facing a potential recall says he will continue serving his constituents despite the petition against him.

Elections BC announced Tuesday it has approved an application for a petition to recall Liberal MLA Richard T. 191 more words


B.C. Liberals ‘gave away’ public land to donor in ‘pathetic’ land deal: NDP

The provincial government is being accused of selling British Columbians short in a rushed land deal that left $43 million on the table.

In early 2014, the province sold 14 parcels of land on Burke Mountain in Coquitlam for just under $85 million to developer Wesbild. 266 more words


After Several Fails, Should We Trust Election Polls?

It’s a key question, given the swarm of public opinion reports on the horizon.

My story in the Tyee.


Downtown residents will fight to save St. Paul’s Hospital: Vancouver MLA

Vancouver-West End NDP MLA Spencer Chandra Herbert expects a big public campaign to save St. Paul’s Hospital if the province decides to relocate downtown’s only emergency room to pave way for condos. 340 more words