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Liberal leadership candidate Dianne Watts could have an uphill battle ahead: Keith Baldrey

The B.C. Liberal leadership race is heating up, and although it’s debatable whether the general public is paying much attention to it, the contest is slowly revealing that one particular candidate seems to stand apart from the others. 693 more words


4 federal byelections to be held on December 11

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced Sunday that four federal byelections will be held on December 11.

The seats, which are spread across the country, were previously split between the Liberals and Conservatives. 147 more words


BC Liberal leadership candidates look for party member votes in the Okanagan

Two people hoping to become the next leader of the provincial Liberal party will be in the Okanagan this week trying to drum up support for their campaigns. 149 more words


Dianne Watts to seek BC Liberal leadership, step down as Conservative MP

Surrey Conservative MP Dianne Watts is set to step down from her federal seat and run for the leadership of the BC Liberal Party.

Watts, the former three-term mayor of Surrey, has long been speculated as a candidate to lead the BC Liberals, who became the opposition after the… 330 more words


Dianne Watts to make decision on BC Liberal leadership "over the next week or so"

One of the highest profile names being floated as a potential replacement for former BC Liberal Leader Christy Clark says she’s close to making a decision. 327 more words


Table set for race to replace Christy Clark as BC Liberal leader

The race to replace Christy Clark as the leader of the BC Liberals and Official Opposition is on.

The party announced Tuesday that it will select a new leader on February 4, 2018, after a two-day online and telephone vote. 402 more words


'You never know': Former Surrey Mayor Dianne Watts mulling BC Liberal leadership run

Former Surrey Mayor Dianne Watts says she’s not closing the door on a possible run for the leadership of the BC Liberals.

Watts led the city from 2005 to 2014, and was first elected to city council back in 1996. 340 more words