CHRISTY CLARK BC

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Clark Hoping For A Comeback

Christy Clark will head a majority B.C. Liberal government after leading her party to a stunning come-from-behind victory in British Columbia's 40th provincial election. - NDP Leader Adrian Dix accep...

Media Bites: Why the Hippie Radicals - er, NDP - Lost in BC

The Liberal Party of B.C. is not a brilliant outfit by any means. Much of its agenda is faddish and unscientific, and, if past performance is any indication, simply doesn't work. Yet it's also the party associated with business, capitalism, status, success, and wealth -- and now a four-term majority government to boot. What does make many squeamish, however, is the idea of a party run by hippies and radicals who dogmatically cling to the 20th century's most discredited economic theory simply for reasons of pride or denial. It comes off as a little pathetic.
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Christy Faces Her Caucus

B.C. Multiculturalism Minister John Yap is leaving his cabinet post while an investigation is conducted into the Liberal Party's strategy to woo ethnic voters, Premier Christy Clark confirmed Monday f...
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'It's Been Challenging'

B.C. Premier Christy Clark says 2012 has been a challenging year but she's confident of the road ahead, including her party's chances in the coming provincial election. Clark said despite trailing th...
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Why Christy Clark's Team Is Jumping Ship

Earlier today, B.C.'s young Finance Minister and Deputy Premier, Kevin Falcon, resigned both positions effective immediately. In recent weeks, many MLAs have announed their resignations. The fact is that Christy Clark's leadership style and lack of clarity has made her irrelevant and incompetent at best.
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Bad News For Christy Clark

After bringing down a budget that was supposed to prove Premier Christy Clark’s conservative credentials, the B.C. Liberal leader still trails her NDP rivals by a wide margin. Two polls taken in the w...