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Premier Christy Clark apologizes to BC NDP leader for hacking accusations

British Columbia Premier Christy Clark has apologized to New Democrat Leader John Horgan over her accusations that the Opposition was involved in criminal hacking of her Liberal party’s website. 570 more words

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Democracy Watch loses B.C. conflict argument on Liberal party's fundraising activities

VANCOUVER – An advocacy group has lost its legal bid to have two rulings by B.C.’s conflict of interest commissioner involving Premier Christy Clark set aside. 226 more words

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Christy Clark no longer receiving $50,000 stipend from party

Premier Christy Clark has revealed she will no longer be receiving a controversial stipend from the B.C. Liberal Party, a week after a New York Times… 162 more words

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Site C likely a failed megaproject

BY MARK HUME originally appearing in The Globe and Mail

The great divide over the Site C hydroelectric project on the Peace River was evident at an energy conference in Vancouver last week when two former British Columbia premiers expressed polar opposite views. 680 more words

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Liberal convention to build B.C. election team

It’s still six months before British Columbians go to the polls, but the unofficial start of the election campaign is expected to get underway Friday as the… 431 more words

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Conflict of interest case against Premier Christy Clark to face Supreme Court

VICTORIA – Two rulings clearing British Columbia Premier Christy Clark of conflict of interest allegations are now being challenged in B.C. Supreme Court by a citizen advocacy group. 374 more words

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BC Liberals face housing balancing act, say experts

VANCOUVER – British Columbia’s Liberal government must walk a fine line between creating affordable housing and causing a crash, as real estate prices loom large over next year’s election, experts say. 734 more words

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