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Clark plans to bring the house back in early June and test the will of the legislature.
Behind the politics, the rhetoric, the spin and the muckraking, there are people. People of passion and who desire to fight for what they believe in. If we cannot build bridges and learn to understand those with whom we most deeply disagree, we will never be able to come together and change things in this province.
"I'm hanging out with my rugby guys here," said Andrew Weaver.
The NDP will vote on the deal Tuesday.
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At stake is a one-seat Liberal majority.
The NDP has 41 seats and the Greens hold the balance of power with three seats.
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Recounts will take place between May 22 and 24.
Many Liberal and Green voters who rejected John Horgan's strategic voting appeals did so to prevent a B.C. credit crisis. Thanks to a near-tie in seats between the other two parties, the B.C. Greens could both meet their progressive goals and prevent a future credit crisis by forcing the NDP to pull back on spending targets.
Political scientists say Andrew Weaver must carefully handle the power.
There are now four MLAs with indigenous heritage.
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There was a lot of stress-eating.
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No poverty, zero hunger, good health and well-being. Worthy causes, but unattainable aspirations at first glance. What is the meaning of the United Nations' Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) if, as critics attest, their attainment is "virtually impossible?"
When corruption and callous disregard for the marginalized can be so richly rewarded, what incentive do my students have for being good? When cheating does not preclude you from occupying the highest office in the province, why should they listen to my warnings about plagiarism?