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BC NDP Ready To Take Advantage Of A Historic Opportunity

A new government will soon be leading British Columbia. Following the confidence vote the BC Liberals lost, former premier Christy Clark resigned. That led Lieutenant Governor Judith Guichon to ask John Horgan and the BC NDP...

Clark sworn in as Premier, unveils cabinet

Christy Clark has officially been sworn in as Premier. Clark has also unveiled her new cabinet, with 5 new members and a number of familiar faces. She notes that her minority government is now getting set...

Christy Clark will recall the legislature

Christy Clark will be staying on as the Premier, at least for now. Despite the BC Greens announcing their support of the BC NDP, the provincial Liberal leader has announced that she'll recall the...

BC Greens agree to support NDP in the legislature

The BC Green Party has decided to support the NDP in Victoria. After days of negotiation with both the Liberals and NDP, Green leader Andrew Weaver says his three MLA's will support the BC...

Party leaders gearing up for final count

BC's current Premier is commending everyone who ran in the 2017 Provincial Election. Christy Clark says it takes a lot of courage to run as a political candidate. She says she hopes to continue...

Christy Clark will stay on as premier until final counts are in

Christy Clark will officially stay on as premier. Following the election results, none of the parties secured enough seats to form a majority government, with the Liberals sitting one seat shy of a majority. The...

BC Liberals win minority government

It looks like BC will have a minority government, but it will be a few weeks before we know for sure. After the final count last night, the BC Liberal Party held the most...

Clark Brings Campaign To Campbell River As Election Day Nears

B.C Liberal leader Christy Clark made a stop in Campbell River today as the election campaign enters its final days. She continued her pitch that the B.C Liberals is the right choice for job...

Party leaders square off in televised debate

BC political party leaders faced off Wednesday evening. It was the second leaders debate of the campaign, and the only live, televised debate - bringing all three leaders to a larger audience to pitch...

Former Poli-Sci Prof intrigued by leaders debate

A former political science instructor says he'll be interested to see what happens in the upcoming leaders debates. The three major party leaders squared off for the first time last week and will meet again...

Party leaders make stops in the region

The second week of the BC Election Campaign is underway with both main party leaders focusing on close races. NDP leader John Horgan made a stop off on Vancouver Island on the long weekend, focusing...

Provincial government continues work on softwood lumber deal

The BC government is working to develop a strategy to get a softwood lumber deal. More than $4-billion in softwood lumber is exported to the United States each year. Newly-appointed provincial trade envoy on...

Clark promotes more support for rural communities

Premier Christy Clark says the BC Jobs Plan has been a success, but more work needs to be done - especially to support rural areas. Clark, along with Minister of Jobs Shirley Bond, provided a...

Horgan says Clark government is ignoring softwood lumber dispute

The NDP says Christy Clark has let down forest workers and communities as U.S. softwood lumber penalties loom. B.C. New Democrat leader John Horgan says forest workers need a government that will defend their jobs...

Clark Wants Prime Minister to Explain Pipeline Decision in B.C

Premier Christy Clark is inviting the Prime Minister to B-C to explain the decision to approve the Trans Mountain pipeline. The Federal Government announced this week that the Kinder Morgan Trans Mountain pipeline expansion...

Province invests in affordable housing

The provincial government has committed to investing 855 million dollars to affordable housing this year. 68 affordable housing projects will receive funding. Premier Christy Clark is insisting the province is making progress on the...

Clark responds to $1.5 billion Ocean Protection Plan

The Federal government has announced a $1.5 billion Ocean Protection Plan. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau made the announcement on Monday. Premier Christy Clark says she is happy with the plan that includes increased coast guard...

Premier announces Vancouver Island-specific platform for 2017

The Premier is starting to think about what the next four years should look like, specifically for Vancouver Island. Christy Clark has announced the Party will be developing a region-specific platform for Vancouver Island...

$355 million to create over 2,000 new affordable homes

The largest single affordable social housing investment in British Columbia history is about to begin. Premier Christy Clark says B.C. is investing over $355 million to create over 2,000 new affordable homes in the province. The...

New landmark agreement for the Great Bear Rainforest

The Great Bear Rain Forest is a global treasure, and under the new landmark agreement, it will be better protected. Premier Christy Clark says it covers 6.4 hectares, and is the largest intact rain forest in...
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