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Government spin is usually merely tedious
When a politician tells you it’s time to get out of government, go home and spend more time with the family...
Two of Victoria’s cherished grumpy old men of politics have come out of retirement this week...
We have grown accustomed to the government of Premier Christy Clark sitting on the fence with both ears on the ground
NDP leader Adrian Dix — considered by just about every political observer west of the Rockies to be the premier-in-waiting...
One of the strangest things Premier Christy Clark has done during her brief flirtation with power is doggedly defend her predecessor...
Education Minister George Abbott has cancelled democracy in the Cowichan Valley School District
To understand the spreading outrage in B.C. over the Liberals’ revisionist “bonus” scheme for senior bureaucrats at Community Living B.C...
Money-swilling politicians and over-indulging boozers have one thing in common; their hangovers can be unforgiving...
How deliciously fitting that some of the best advice Premier Christy Clark has received comes from the pollster she has maligned...
As a baby boomer with an acute sense of mortality, I tend to pay attention when our jargon-festooned provincial government celebrates
Like school yard bullies, Energy Minister Rich Coleman and the Liberals relish the power they have...
A couple of compelling grassroots issues are percolating in the hinterland
The League of Freaked Free Enterprisers — the Liberal “coalition” — has just received another scary visit
The Liberals have had eight months to draft legislation to rescind the HST and facilitate the return to the PST/GST...
BC Hydro has apparently concluded the easiest way to install 1.85 million Smart Meters is to treat us all like blithering idiots
Even though the socialists are pounding at the gate, the Liberals’ Diva of Denial seems content to play word games
Basking in the soft glow of my community newspaper “gold” award for column writing
With their voter base crumbling and election fast approaching, one might expect the Liberals to be governing with a sense of urgency
Only a true April fool can look back on this week and still believe Premier Christy Clark’s promise