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B.C. election campaign nears halfway mark

British Columbia’s election campaign is nearing the halfway mark and the leaders of the province’s main political parties are battling for votes.

NDP Leader John Horgan hosted a rally in Vancouver yesterday, telling the crowd that voters have only one choice in the provincial election if they want to make the province more affordable. 109 more words

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B.C. election 2017: Christy Clark remains optimistic as campaign nears halfway point

VANCOUVER – British Columbia’s election campaign is nearing the halfway point and one party leader says she’s feeling optimistic, but acknowledges that the race is far from over. 322 more words

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B.C. leaders want legal pot age set above 18

VANCOUVER – The leaders of British Columbia’s two main political parties agree that 18 is too young for people to be allowed to purchase marijuana under… 213 more words

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B.C. leaders square off for first time in campaign

The leaders of British Columbia’s three main political parties sat around the same table for the first time in the provincial election today, zeroing in on jobs, the economy, government spending and housing in a live radio debate. 480 more words

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'Truth Truck' or 'Troll Truck'?: BC Liberal campaign tactic gets mixed reviews

The BC Liberals call it a “Truth Truck” but others refer to it as a “Troll Truck” that has been creeping NDP candidates on the campaign trail. 257 more words

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B.C. Election 2017: Jobs and education featured on B.C. campaign trail

VANCOUVER – New Democrat Leader John Horgan says he’s not worried about Christy Clark’s B.C. Liberals attacking the economics of his campaign platform, which contains big promises including $10-a-day child care and eliminating bridge tolls. 517 more words

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