There's no shortage of problems for a public consultation on electoral issues to consider.
After all, you can hardly judge a book by it's cover, so why judge an entire party only on it's leader? As luck would have it every NDP MLA talked openly about anything we asked, and they all had issues they were passionate about.
It may look like one at night, but the B.C. legislature isn't a movie set, even though some government staffers seem to be living out their own screenplays along the corridors of power.
This was a spring session that was full of blows to information rights in B.C. Changing the law to make sure nobody is able to be held legally responsible for their actions in misusing government information has been a common theme.
Last September's proposal by the four parties isn't about engaging voters, it's about tracking voters in an era of data mining.
Dear Santa: You probably don't get Christmas letters from an entire province, but this year we hope you'll think of adding B.C. to your magical journey.
What's your favourite building in British Columbia? Not necessarily the one you find the prettiest, but rather the one that
Victoria was shocked and unsettled at the news that an alleged terror plot unfurled at the B.C. Legislature as an estimated
The arrests of two people in connection with an alleged terrorist plot at the B.C. legislature is not the first time the
The government has acted illegally. In British Columbia, the provincial branch of the government continually demands owners of property designated as archaeologically significant pay for archaeological work before any redevelopment can proceed. It's a government arm that deems archaeological finds as publicly significant and should not burden private property owners.