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Liberal convention in Kelowna on the weekend, Premier Christy Clark called on the delegates region by region to pull together for the future of province, party and country. Stand up, she challenged and as she called out the names, region by
Liberals took one last victory lap at their nostalgia-filled annual convention in Kelowna, squeezing every warm and fuzzy memory from last year's election win before the rough ride and a school strike begins. Premier Christy Clark strode to the
Clark launched the review two years ago, when her party was struggling to renew that centre-right coalition...Liberals won a fourth consecutive provincial election, effectively ending the question of whether the Liberal brand was a problem at the
A ban on hunting grizzly bears, mandatory child-care spaces in downtown buildings, more transparency on MLA expenses and revoking the licenses of distracted drivers are just some of the policies floated by B.C. Liberal members at the governing party'
Clark recalled that Whistler convention as a turning point, where federal Conservatives and Liberals, former Socreds and Reformers, returned to her coalition. The groundwork for that moment, however, was set when she shuffled her cabinet just weeks
Video British Columbia's premier is projecting her province will take on Alberta in terms of "contribution to Canada" once B.C. starts exporting liquefied natural gas to Asia...CP Video Video Video But as much as the Liberals ran a strong campaign,
Facebook Lawyers for Laura Miller, who was deputy chief of staff to Dalton McGuinty, and her boyfriend Peter Faist said Monday their clients will be available for the legislature's justice committee next month. A former Dalton McGuinty aide and her
Peter Faist moved to B.C. two weeks ago, just after the OPP revealed it is investigating former Dalton McGuinty chief of staff David Livingston for helping a non-government employee to scrub hard drives. Girlfriend and former McGuinty aide Laura
Liberals claim vote error favoured Fair Land Tax Party at South Australian election Updated April 10, 2014 14:59:17 South Australia's Electoral Commission will investigate an alleged error in Upper House vote counting for the recent state election.
When John Horgan dropped out of the New Democratic Party leadership race last fall, he parked a campaign organization that was well into preparing for a launch. The MLA had lined up significant backing from labour, from members of the NDP caucus, and