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Breakenridge: B.C. showed its hand, and it's not a winner yet

It’s more like something from a hackneyed Hollywood script than a proper political statement, but maybe the response to B.C.’s latest anti-pipeline gambit ought to be: “Is that all you’ve got?” 621 more words

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Gordon Wilson threatens to sue Premier John Horgan

VICTORIA — Former B.C. Liberal leader Gordon Wilson is threatening to sue Premier John Horgan over comments Horgan made about Wilson’s work for the vanquished Liberal government. 560 more words

BC Politics

Opinion: New B.C. government about to see into the Liberals' dark-ops

As the new B.C. government settles in and email accounts are transferred over, it’ll soon be time for them to pluck up the courage to check the cellar. 745 more words

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Summer updates

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— Trish Audette-Longo (@taudette) July 5, 2017

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Mike Smyth: Tears in public, relief in private, as Christy Clark resigns

The first hint that Christy Clark’s Liberal leadership was starting to wobble came Monday when she failed to make a round of phone calls.

Key Liberal MLAs had been told to keep their cellphones charged and ready in case Clark called to inform them of their new opposition critic roles in the legislature. 851 more words

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Photos: Christy Clark through the years

Christy Clark, who resigned as Liberal party leader on Friday, has been part of the B.C. political scene for over 20 years, going back to her first election victory in the riding of Port Moody-Burnaby Mountain in 1996. 480 more words

Local News

Mike Smyth: NDP MLAs hope for seat at cabinet table

There’s always a sense of intense curiosity and even mild historical significance when a rookie MLA gets up to ask their first question in the B.C. 1,021 more words

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