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Mere hours before the New York Times went to press with its look at the B.C. Liberal party's ethical scorecard, the party chose to get its 2016 fundraising results out ahead of the storm. One last chance at political counter-spin and what a marvel of spin it was. U.S. Republican party strategist Karl Rove would have been proud.
It's official. After hitting send to more than 2,680 news releases this year, the B.C. government's Communications and Public Engagement Office is now scraping the bottom of the barrel for an excuse -- any excuse -- to trumpet the government's prowess.
Last September's proposal by the four parties isn't about engaging voters, it's about tracking voters in an era of data mining.
B.C. Premier Christy Clark has introduced a new Liberal cabinet, after some ministers announced they would not be running in the May election. Mike de Jong is the new finance minister, while Don McRae...