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Almost everyone in the B.C. legislature knew that Liberal backbencher John van Dongen might jump ship and join the Conservatives
The resignation of hapless Liberal cabinet minister Harry Bloy is yesterday’s news, but there is a story that still needs to be told
If you are reading this column, chances are good that you are not strolling the beaches of Varadero enjoying a Cuban spring break
The sewers are backing up on Parliament Hill and everyone who is not Conservative is getting a whiff of dirty election politics
Happy anniversary Christy. It's been one year since you assumed the Liberal leadership and dedicated yourself to the betterment of families.
When it comes to the Tories’ attempt to legislate a new Draconian e-society overseen by federal cyber cops, hard to say who is more stupid
The 2012 spring session of the legislature began, ironically, on Saint Valentine’s Day. You could not feel the love.
Super chilled natural gas smoothies carried on ships three football fields long — this is the new Liberal vision for B.C.’s prosperity.
Here I thought Stephen Harper had set a new low in the annals of elder abuse
Here’s a puzzler. Last week, Premier Christy Clark was promising coastal truck loggers she won’t kill jobs by banning raw log exports
Earlier this week Premier Christy Clark and her provincial counterparts were tearing their hair out over the health care funding fiasco
One of the things I really enjoy about our federal majority government is its backbone
With their backs to the wall, Premier Christy Clark and the New Christy Minstrels have been singing a familiar refrain
The most important political figure in B.C. in the New Year will be Conservative Party leader John Cummins
When Christy Clark decided to abandon her cushy gig as a radio talk show diva and re-enter politics, she did so with her instincts intact
Like a Trojan huggy bear, NDP “premier-in-waiting” Adrian Dix has snuggled up, and free enterprisers aren’t even dialing 9-1-1
Powderhound has been a staple of ski wear and maintenance for 25 years, and now owner Don Vockeroth has decided its time to move on.
Jobs Minister Pat Bell has started to roll out commitments contained in Premier Christy Clark’s Botox-infused “Canada Starts Here” plan
Projections for job growth among existing businesses on Vancouver Island are very sobering
Increasingly, we hear the refrain: government is broken — nothing ever gets done.