bc election 2013
In election after election, the B.C. NDP either get their projections wrong - or they abandon their economic promises, mid-writ. Either way, it does not engender confidence. Tommy Douglas, among others, would not be impressed. Even a New Democrat, he believed, needs to able to say how he or she will pay the bills.
Why are we not questioning the cost (both financially and socially) of our current Liberal government's policies? The cost aspect of a promise or platform is a justified question, but only if you hold every party to the same scrutiny.
B.C. Premier Christy Clark and her Liberal party are celebrating the one-year anniversary of their comeback election victory
VICTORIA - Families First was a surprisingly successful slogan for Premier Christy Clark's Liberals, but families aren't
When B.C.'s provincial election campaign kicked off in April, Liberal Leader and Premier Christy Clark was trailing by nearly
It's been quite a year for news in B.C., and the stories that captured your imagination ran the gamut from human interest
Vancouver's billboards will not play host to an ad promoted by the Centre For Inquiry that endorses an atheist worldview
VANCOUVER - There was no single failure that led British Columbia's New Democrats to a devastating loss in a provincial election
VANCOUVER - High-ranking British Columbia government employees did not share private voter information with the provincial
B.C. has seen umpteen reviews of various government agencies and files. BC Hydro, ICBC, BC Ferries and TransLink have all been reviewed within the past two years. Reviews have been promised for the B.C. Lottery Corporation, B.C. Housing, the B.C. Oil and Gas Commission, B.C. Transit, and the Liquor Distribution Board. Pre-election, the NDP generated a list of 35 reviews had been promised by the government. One hesitates to remind government of these promised reviews, lest a review into the missing reviews also be promised.