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NDP has been dealing with a high-level call to discipline the 13 MLAs who forced Carole James to resign as party leader, despite public statements that the divisions created by her ouster have been bridged. The party's provincial secretary, Jan O'
Rookie provincial NDP Leader Adrian Dix may well face a provincial election this year, but he doesn't expect to surf the orange wave that swept the country during the recent federal vote. Mr. Dix is mindful of the stunning success of his federal
These are the choices, as framed by Adrian Dix, in the next B.C. election...New Democratic Party on Sunday night, and the Monday morning news cycle carried a theme: The NDP had chosen a stern, serious, hard-left policy wonk to take on the B.C.
Premier Christy Clark is ruling out a provincial election before rookie NDP leader Adrian Dix gets settled in and the HST referendum is concluded. I think we should probably give their leader a little bit of time to take stock and maybe relax a
Adrian Dix was in the lead as the first ballot results for the BC New Democratic leadership contest were announced Sunday, capping a three-month fight to succeed ousted leader Carole James and prepare the party for an election that could come this
New Democratic Party members are now filing into Vancouver's convention centre in advance of the party's leadership assembly. The party says 18,184 members voted in advanced polling during the past week, representing about 64 per cent of all who are
British Columbia New Democrats are electing a new leader Sunday who will either shift the traditionally left-wing party into the centre to meet head on recently-elected Premier Christy Clark's Liberal government, or take a hard left to the world of
From Saturday's Globe and Mail Published Friday, Apr. 15, 2011 8:35PM EDT Last updated Friday, Apr. 15, 2011 8:39PM EDT The sobering truth for the new leader of the B.C New Democrats is that he will be taking over a party that tends to lose
It was an unemployed forest worker who gave MLA Bob Simpson the reality check that left-wing politics in British Columbia are old and tired and badly in need of a shake up...New Democrat caucus when he visited the jobless mill worker in his Quesnel-
As the New Democratic Party approaches the final stage of a leadership marathon, many observers have remarked on how the main contenders agree far more often than they disagree. "Tough to tell NDP candidates apart," was the way the Okanagan's Daily