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Adrian Dix's Election Grit Came Too Little Too Late

The complacency for most of the B.C. NDP campaign was stunning.Dix backed himself into a corner with this entire positive, nice-nice, err on the side of caution theme. When he did begin to fight back against the attacks, it was just too late. The NDP began to look extremely hypocritical.

NDP Rapped Over Spending

VICTORIA - The Opposition New Democrats defended their use of a taxpayer-supported political fund Tuesday despite concerns from Auditor General John Doyle about its partisan nature and Liberal claims...

Adrian Dix and the Cynical B.C. Liberals

British Columbia's Opposition Leader, Adrian Dix, isn't surprised the budget tabled by the B.C. Liberal government plagiarized major features of NDP policy. What genuinely astonishes Dix is the unconcealed cynicism of the B.C. Liberals.

Watch Out, Christy Clark There's an Orange Wave Coming

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.

Mr. Popularity

Support for the B.C. New Democrats has grown to half of the decided voters, according to the latest poll by Angus Reid, which shows support for the official opposition party led by Adrian Dix has clim...