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B.C. lieutenant-governor says choice to give John Horgan a chance to govern 'wasn't easy'

It has been nearly a year since Lt.-Gov. Judith Guichon had to make the decision that would define her time in office.

On June 29, she called John Horgan to Government House and asked him to serve as premier after the governing B.C. 705 more words


LG-stakes: What history tells us about 2018 running mates

With the 2018 gubernatorial campaign coming into full swing, it’s not too early to start speculating about the candidates’ potential running mates.

Traditionally, candidates announce a running mate shortly after the primary, so the choice can be nominated at the party convention. 2,012 more words

Running mates in the primary

The campaign between Congresswoman Kristi Noem and Attorney General Marty Jackley for the Republican gubernatorial nomination is heating up, and Senate Minority Leader Billie Sutton is waiting to take on the winner in the general election. 440 more words

Recipients announced for the Saskatchewan Volunteer Medal

On March 22, Lieutenant Governor W. Thomas Molloy announced the recipients of the Saskatchewan Volunteer Medal, which represents the province’s most dedicated volunteers.

“The men and women who will receive the Saskatchewan Volunteer Medal are an example to us all,” Molloy said.  158 more words


May 15, 2018 General Primary Unofficial Candidate List - In ballot order

May 15, 2018 General Primary Unofficial Candidate List – Ballot Order U.S. SENATE DEMOCRATIC REPUBLICAN 1,458 more words
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W. Thomas Molloy sworn in as Saskatchewan's 22nd Lieutenant Governor

W. Thomas Molloy was officially installed as the 22nd Lieutenant Governor of Saskatchewan on March 21.

Born in Saskatoon, Molloy is negotiator, lawyer, strategic advisor on Indigenous issues and author. 200 more words


Janet Austin set to become British Columbia's next lieutenant-governor

Janet Austin, a longtime advocate for social change, is British Columbia’s next lieutenant-governor.

The Metro Vancouver YWCA CEO is set to formally take over the role from outgoing Lt.-Gov. 474 more words