BC ELECTION 2013

B.C. NDP

‘Gutting,' ‘Heartbreaking'

Adrian Dix leans back in his chair wearing the weak smile of a defeated man. The past week has included some of the most difficult days of his life. The stunning electoral loss that the B.C. NDP Leade...
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Jane Shin: Huge Mistake

After weeks of silence, newly elected MLA Jane Shin has finally spoken out about allegations that she misrepresented her credentials on her campaign resume. Her candidate biography suggested that Shin...
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The NDP's Problem Is Bigger Than Adrian Dix

Over 35 years, the NDP has seen its share of the popular vote decline and its actual vote stall, despite an electorate that has nearly doubled in size over the same period. Parties that don't grow their base lose and risk withering away. The message for the NDP in all these numbers is ominous and it's not just about Adrian Dix. It may have more to do with the brand.
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Ambitious Agenda

Premier Christy Clark said a number of her caucus members have offered to step aside so she can run in a by-election. And the Liberal Leader said it's possible she could seek a seat out
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The B.C. Election's Best Moments

The B.C. election has passed with people still shaking their heads over how the B.C. Liberals climbed from a massive deficit in the polls to a fourth-straight majority government. It was an election f...
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'He Is The Man To Carry On'

British Columbia NDP Leader Adrian Dix has kept a low profile since conceding victory to the Liberals two days ago in a surprise end to the provincial election, but some members of his party are suppo...
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Record Female MLAs

British Columbia elected more women to its legislature on Tuesday than any other province in Canada, and that's before Premier-elect Christy Clark even runs in a byelection for her seat. Twenty-nine s...
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Surprised The Liberals Won? It's The Chinese, Stupid!

Obviously, the face of B.C., quite literally, is changing. Immigrants account for 45 per cent of the population in Vancouver, 52 per cent in Surrey, 59 per cent in Burnaby and 70 per cent in Richmond. Immigrant populations are rising everywhere, even in the whitest regions of the province. And they aren't buying what the NDP is selling. Big government. Vast social programs. Union allegiance.