No party won a majority of seats in the provincial election.
It called on the federal and provincial governments to immediately suspend or rescind all construction approvals and permits related to the project
"I remember the time a stranger pulled me off the sidewalk into the bushes. There was no doubt in my mind that he wanted to hurt me."
B.C. Premier Christy Clark is raising concerns that the federal government's anti-terrorism bill could "impinge" on the rights of Canadians.The premier questions Bill C-51 in an interview on CTV's Que...
Clark said that her government would hike the budget this year for B.C.'s Ministry of Mines and Energy by nearly $10 million
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REGINA - The premiers of Saskatchewan, Alberta and British Columbia are asking Ottawa for more than $1 billion to support port and transportation infrastructure.The three leaders met for two days as p...
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B.C. Premier Christy Clark is hitting back at the NDP's claims she plans to bring in temporary foreign workers to build LNG plants instead of focusing on jobs for British Columbians. Christy Cla...
B.C. Premier Christy Clark is coming under fire for reportedly offering jobs building B.C.'s LNG industry to workers in India. According to a story in the Times of India’s economic pages, Clark...
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VANCOUVER - British Columbia Premier Christy Clark has accused federal politicians of "tragically misdirected" policies over the issue of temporary foreign workers, as she pushes for the thousands of...
VANCOUVER - The leaders of British Columbia's two main political parties stayed in their comfort zones Thursday, with Liberal Christy Clark touring oil-and-gas country, while New Democrat Adrian Dix w...
If B.C. Premier Christy Clark is forced into an early resignation in the next couple of days it won't have much to do with "ethnicgate" -- the press' clumsy name for her party's recently-leaked scheme to use "government initiatives and projects" to rally the immigrant vote. Clark's caucus never liked her.
VANCOUVER - British Columbia's premier insists voters don't want their politicians to make expensive promises during the election campaign this spring.If she's right, it will be a happy coincidence fo...
B.C. Premier Christy Clark embroiled herself in a year-end controversy over her response to a radio host's surprise question asking her what it's like to be a MILF. “You know, I take that as a complim...
It's difficult to find someone in Vancouver's business community who relishes the prospect of an NDP government. Yet that's precisely what they are bracing for when B.C. goes to the polls next May. Confidence in Christy Clark has all but evaporated. Members of the business establishment are increasingly resigned to the NDP forming the next government. So it was against this backdrop that Adrian Dix, Leader of British Columbia's NDP, had his coming out party.
B.C. Premier Christy Clark is in damage-control mode after quotes surfaced in Victoria newspapers in which she refers to the provincial capital as having a "sick culture" with "no real people." Clark...
Former premier Gordon Campbell is among 14 people soon to be awarded the honour of the Order of British Columbia. The office of B.C. Lieutenant-Governor Steven Point announced the 2011 recipients Fri...
The premier of British Columbia's plan to achieve transparency by holding town halls around the province is a little underwhelming. Town halls have been with us since the American Revolution -- maybe since the Middle Ages -- and where has it got us?