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Liberals’ question whether Education Minister Rob Fleming has a hidden agenda

With the Vancouver School Board by-election coming up in less than 2 weeks time BC Liberal education critic Mary Polak is taking aim at...

Andrew Weaver responds to Petronas’s announcement

The leader of the BC Green caucus says the BC Liberals recklessly went all in on a single industry. Andrew Weaver's statement follows Petronas's announcement...

Pembina Institute responds to cancellation of Pacific NorthWest LNG project

Today it was declared that the Pacific NorthWest LNG project is dead. BC's former Liberal government was in support of the liquefied natural gas project...

BC’s Premier takes a step towards reducing poverty

The BC NDP government is taking steps to reduce poverty in the province. Premier John Horgan announced that his government will be increasing income and disability...

Former MLA says Liberal poverty plan “Just politics”

A former Liberal cabinet minister in BC says he's been mulling over his poverty reduction plan that was rejected by the party he once...

Attorney General says throne speech financing in the works, not ignoring overdose crisis

Some may call Thursday's throne speech a "clone speech", because it borrows much from the NDP and Green's election platforms. BC's Attorney General says the...

The Mayors’ Council responds to transportation announcement in throne speech

Today's throne speech at the BC Legislature announced multiple transportation commitments, but the Mayor's Council is reminding politicians that action is needed soon. Mayor's Council...

BCFED calls throne speech a desperate effort to cling to power

Promises made by the BC Liberals in today's thrown speech were a desperate effort to cling to power by Christy Clark, that coming from...

BC NDP cast doubt over Liberals’ latest announcement

As BC Premier Christy Clark continues to make promises ahead of tomorrow's throne speech, the NDP's leader is not staying quiet. John Horgan says for...

Minority Government crux could send BC voters back to the polls

The normally undramatic task of appointing a house Speaker is shaping up to be a political conundrum in British Columbia, where experts say voters...
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