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On a break from boxing up his office in the legislature last week, Harry Lali took a moment to look back over how things went so wrong for his New Democrats during the recent provincial election. The outspoken four-term MLA, who lost his Interior
Just over two months after the B.C. government was forced to put the unpopular Harmonized Sales Tax to death, an influential business association is calling on the province to resurrect a similar tax regime under a different set of circumstances...
The results of British Columbia's 40th provincial election are finally complete after a judicial recount confirmed New Democrat Selina Robinson as the new MLA for Coquitlam-Maillardville Tuesday. Robinson announced the result Tuesday night around 8 p.
Story The election left her with three vacancies in cabinet: Pat Bell, Ida Chong and Margaret MacDiarmid are gone. After the official election results are declared on June 5, Ms...Stalwarts such as Rich Coleman, Bill Bennett and Shirley Bond can
The B.C. government is following through on Premier Christy Clark's commitment to pursue an unprecedented 10-year labour deal with teachers by injecting the concept into ongoing talks for a new contract. Letters from the deputy education minister
EDT Premiers Christy Clark of B.C. and Alison Redford of Alberta. (John Lehmann and Chris Bolin/The Globe and Mail/Special to The Globe and Mail) The acrimonious relationship between Alberta and British Columbia over oil-sands pipeline projects
Query Liberal win in B.C. provides greater clarity' on pipeline: Kinder Morgan Kelly Cryderman Calgary The Globe and Mail Last updated Thursday, May. CP) The pipeline company behind the proposed Trans Mountain expansion from Alberta to the West Coast
EDT BC Liberal leader Christy Clark prepares to cast her ballot during advanced voting in Burnaby, B.C. What if the polls in the B.C. election were not completely wrong?...It might not be of interest to anyone but the wonkiest of wonks, but there
Liberal victory Tony Wilson Special to The Globe and Mail Last updated Tuesday, May. AM EDT Premier Christy Clark speaks with employee's of Langley Concrete in Chilliwack April 17, 2013. (John Lehmann/The Globe and Mail) (John Lehmann/The Globe and
This week's Talking Point, the polling disconnect and other letters to the editor The Globe and Mail Published Saturday, May...Some much more interesting questions: Why are media commentators so enamoured of polls, so naive and gullible about polling