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BC Conservatives fire fourth candidate, senior volunteer steps down

The BC Conservatives have fired the third candidate in a week and a senior volunteer has stepped down, John Cummins announced Sunday.<p>Cummins said …

B.C. Premier Christy Clark didn’t get the knockout punch she needed in leaders debate

Who was the winner?<p>That's usually the first question analysts and pundits will ask after any political debate.<p>On Monday night — at the B.C. leaders' …

Shaky Dix, confident Clark, but no knockout punch in B.C. leaders' debate

Liberal leader Christy Clark needed an impressive performance in Monday's leaders' debate to change the political channel and put her back in the …

Corporations fill Liberal coffers

Print<p>Related<p>The top donors to the B.C. Liberal Party in the past decade are a well-heeled corporate coterie.<p>The top 20, which gave nearly $10 million …

Canada

B.C. party leaders spar over pipelines, balanced budgets in radio debate

The leaders of B.C.'s political parties squared off Friday morning in a radio debate in Vancouver, the first time voters got a chance to hear all four leaders challenge each other face-to-face.<p>Two themes emerged very early on: Whether in fact the Liberals had balanced the budget, and exactly when …

NDP candidate mistakenly proposes moratorium on fracking

Print<p>Related<p>The BC Liberal Party has seized on comments by an NDP candidate in Cariboo-Chilcotin from last week, that appear to suggest the party has …

Canada

Growing concern for the environment may benefit Greens

When the environment replaced the economy and health care to become the top issue facing Canada in 2007, the highest level of concern was expressed in two provinces: British Columbia and Quebec. At the time, Al Gore was touring the world with his Power Point presentation, and many Canadians – …

B.C. NDP promises $24-million to grow local agriculture industry

NDP Leader Adrian Dix stood in an apple orchard in the Okanagan riding of Liberal Agriculture Minister Norm Letnick today to announce a $24-million plan for the province's agriculture industry.<p>Orchardists from the Okanagan handed out slices of locally grown Ambrosia apples to the gathering.<p>Dix says …

Why the B.C. NDP aren’t likely to see a Wildrose-like collapse

Few mentions of polling in the provincial election campaign in British Columbia go without a question of whether the polls should be believed. The B.C. Liberals are banking some of their re-election hopes on this doubt, and reminders of how the polls missed the call in Alberta's election last year …

BC election has global energy implications and likely making Harper twitchy

With the third largest proven reserves of oil in the world, and limited means of shipping that oil to foreign markets, the implications of the BC …

Far Cry 3: Blood Dragon open-world video

Far Cry 3: Blood Dragon has lasers, cyborgs, gratuitous expletives courtesy Michael Biehn, and a full campaign independent of the original game. …