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Feeling green

It’s great to have a Green Party, a party that’s not afraid to put the environment ahead of the economy, a party with progressive views on other issues. 531 more words


BC election brings uncertainty for business sector, pipelines

British Columbia’s election has brought unwelcome doubt for the business sector, given the prospect of an ascendant Green party influencing policy on pipelines, natural gas exports, hydroelectricity and other resource projects. 635 more words


B.C. election 2017: Recount in Courtenay-Comox riding due to 9 vote difference

The 2017 B.C. election was one of the closest ever as the Liberals eked out a minority government with the Green Party holding the balance of power. 376 more words


B.C. election results humbling, says Christy Clark

Christy Clark says the results of Tuesday’s British Columbia election that produced a minority government for the first time in 65 years is “the beginning of something very different.” 483 more words



by Geoff Olson

Does British Columbia premier Clark deserve a second chance from voters?

Considering her personal record of alternative facts and flimflam, along with her government’s serial scandals and scams (some inherited from her Liberal predecessor Gordon Campbell) the answer has to be a resounding no. 665 more words

Election Day


It is an hour and a half before the polling booths close. I ran into NDP candidate Gerry Taft today and wished him luck. He was upbeat and confident. 201 more words

After bruising campaign, voters decide in B.C. today

Voters in British Columbia head to the polls today at the end of a sometimes bruising 28-day campaign fought on jobs, the economy and the influence of big donors in provincial politics. 617 more words