The government says the ads informed the public.
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This past weekend the Globe and Mail reported that lobbyists in the province have been making political donations on behalf of their clients, effectively camouflaging the identity of the real donors and breaking B.C.'s Elections Act in the process.
For those not counting, there have been eight B.C. trade missions to China alone in the last 18 months. Forests minister Steve Thomson is set to leave on a ninth mission this Friday. Trade missions aren't cheap, they set the B.C. government back $767,000 in 2014 and that doesn't include the bill for local governments, universities and other agencies.
Last September's proposal by the four parties isn't about engaging voters, it's about tracking voters in an era of data mining.
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It would seem -- somewhere along the way -- the government decided doing something to British Columbians was easier than working for them.
In the spirit of giving, here are five ideas for B.C.'s politicians to consider as they set their resolutions for 2015.
VICTORIA - Premier Christy Clark has shuffled her cabinet, moving Amrik Virk out of his advanced education portfolio on the same day an updated report revealed that the minister was fully knowledgeabl...
Batten down the hatches, because this fall it's not just the threat of extreme weather British Columbians need to worry about; MLAs are returning to Victoria for a rare fall sitting of the legislature as well. And if the spring sitting was any indication, don't hold your breath hoping for much in the way of ministerial accountability.
The B.C. Liberal Party says it wasn't fairly represented at an all-candidates debate in Point Grey last night. The Vancouver-Point Grey riding is currently held by Premier Christy Clark, who wasn’t a...
VANCOUVER - A powerful behind-the-scenes member of B.C.'s Liberal party is stepping into the spotlight by winning the Liberal nomination in the Vancouver-Quilchena riding.Former party president and de...