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Why B.C. Doesn't Bother To Vote

Over the past three decades, the percentage of British Columbians who actually vote has steadily fallen, from more than 70 per cent to a little over half last time out, when nearly one out of every two voters seemingly slept the day away and never bothered to cast a ballot. In fact, B.C. has the dubious distinction of having some of the lowest voter turnouts in the country, which says a lot when you consider that some of those other provinces don't have much to boast about either.
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B.C. MLAs Make Case For Fall Election

Three of B.C.'s four independent MLAs are proposing a number of changes they say could make the legislature more open and accountable. Vicki Huntington, Bob Simpson and John van Dongen say they will...