The man who blew the whistle on a pair of government scandals that rocked Premier Christy Clark’s Liberals is stepping from the shadows and sounding the alarm again. 793 more words
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A lot of B.C. Liberals are furious at Leah McCulloch these days because she ran in last week’s provincial election as a member of the B.C. 541 more words
Much has been said since Tuesday’s provincial election about B.C.’s urban-rural political divide. Most commentators have looked at which parties took the most ridings in B.C.’s various regions, but a closer look at voting in the initial count reveals interesting patterns. 800 more words
The Alberta government would like you to know that, contrary to what I said in my column the other day, Premier Rachel Notley is not a “big loser” in the outcome of the muddled British Columbia election. 658 more words
Colby Cosh: B.C.'s election outcome is still uncertain. And it's all thanks to their bizarrely generous voting system
British Columbia politics are famous for being weird, but this election that really came across. Some jurisdictions are content to hold election nights that end with “hung” parliaments or assemblies in which no party has a majority. 992 more words
Former U.S. president Barack Obama popularized the phrase “teachable moment” by pointing out that events, even tragedies, are often opportunities for the public to learn more about policy. 639 more words
And the winner is …
Andrew Weaver, leader of British Columbia’s Green Party.
And the loser is …
Rachel Notley, premier of Alberta.
Even though we won’t know for… 694 more words