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If local campaign spending is obscene, it only follows that candidates need to fall back on contributors with obscenely large wallets to pay the bills. And fall back they did. In the 2011 elections, the single largest donation was $960,000 courtesy of local land developer Rob Macdonald to Vancouver's NPA. To put that sum into context, it's more than double what Naheed Nenshi spent on his way to winning the mayor's chair of Calgary in 2010. Calgary has nearly a quarter of a million more voters than Vancouver.
OAK BAY, B.C. - As the leaders of B.C.'s four main parties prepare for a televised debate Monday night, Premier Christy Clark
VANCOUVER - She's the daughter of a ship-yard labourer and restaurant dishwasher who became a professional accountant, and
PORT ALBERNI, B.C. - The British Columbia government has expressed regret to the family of a First Nations man who was wrongfully
VANCOUVER - The B.C. government has struck a deal with the Haisla First Nation that the province says could help fast track