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Vindictive and cowardly are two words that begin to describe the Liberals’ decision to deep six Auditor General John Doyle.
Standing on the doorstep of 2013, I am sadly aware that the phrase “another year older” has sobering implications
Mark Feb. 19 on your 2013 calendar. That’s the day the Liberals publish their version of an NDP classic called the Fudget Budget.
I wonder how this province’s tens of thousands of working and retired public servants would feel if they knew that hundreds of millions...
The War in the Woods has changed complexion since I first started covering hostilities more than 20 years ago...
Finance Minister Mike de Jong and his boss are insisting the 2013/14 pre-election budget will be in the black despite the fact that...
When it comes to marketing the notion of caring, Premier Christy Clark is unrelenting.
As the current by-election campaign drifts to a conclusion, I feel as if I’ve been watching a gender-altered sequel to The Stepford Wives
They just don’t get it. In March, multiculturalism minister Harry Bloy was fired from Premier Christy Clark’s inner circle...
Seriously, does Transportation Minister Mary Polak really believe she can solve BC Ferries’ budget woes by inviting grumpy ferry users to...
Premier Christy Clark must be a lot more desperate than she’s letting on.
What better place for conventioneering Liberals to celebrate what may be their last “Free Enterprise Friday” than...
British Columbians from the Occupy Everything kids to the Raging Grannies are poised to send the Enbridge pipeline folks a message
It’s been a week from hell for B.C.’s Conservatives, complete with ultimatums, mutinous brinksmanship and rampant media death knelling
Never let them see you sweat. It’s one of the first things that old veterans tell the rookies...
This week, Victoria puts the lie to Premier Christy Clark’s glib characterization of the capital as a dead zone
Finance Minister Mike de Jong should be good with numbers. Two of them loom large: eight — the months left until the election...
Something may be brewing in northern B.C. that could force election fortune tellers to go back to their Tarot cards
Here in Greater Victoria, the Enbridge pipeline and oil tanker drama is unfolding on the six o’clock news...
A chance encounter with a Prince George fly fisherman on the Quinsam River has encouraged me to reflect on what lies ahead...