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Clark's approval rating at only 25 per cent, with 67 per cent of British Columbians disapproving of her performance as premier. Mr. Dexter's approval rating in Nova Scotia was slightly better at 30 per cent, with a disapproval rating of 62 per cent.
So it turns out that Premier Christy Clark never was in a conflict of interest in the BC Rail case, real, apparent or otherwise. That determination was among the more surprising findings of a report from the office of the provincial conflict of
The Globe and Mail Video The Canadian Press Video Justin Trudeau speaks at the federal Liberal leadership showcase in Toronto on April 6, 2013. The Globe and Mail Video Four years later, the guidelines are decidedly different. The Liberals continue
The heads of B.C.'s six health authorities have urged the government to halt a planned reorganization of the province's nurses until there is a full understanding of a move that some say could cost about $10 million a year. We believe that extensive
Video CTV Video video The NDP's transportation critic, playing his part in the expected campaign jousting over transit funding, said that Ms. Polak's announcement about the plan is just a meaningless replay. We sat through this movie before, said
Story Bollywood awards red carpet in Vancouver CTV video B.C...The Canadian Press Watch In a single day last week, there were a dozen announcements with dollars attached, including a $7-million shot in the arm for regional training opportunities, $6.
Trailing the opposition New Democrats badly in recent polls , the B.C. Liberals have purchased a half-hour of TV air time April 14 for Premier Christy Clark and supporters to plead their case to voters. This program will kick off our campaign by
The New Democrats began laying out their own spending plans for the province Thursday by trashing the budget presented earlier this year by the B.C...The Liberal plan was grounded in unrealizable returns from the sale of public assets and unrealistic
After mauling the Pacific Carbon Trust repeatedly over the past two years, Independent MLA Bob Simpson Tuesday urged the B.C. Liberals to decapitate the troubled entity by ousting the CEO and the entire board of directors. A necessary first step
Liberal government is expected to announce this week that it will freeze the carbon tax at current levels for five years, giving other jurisdictions time to catch up to the province's leadership position on the issue. The plan was announced to party