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Daily Archives: May 11th, 2013

B.C. Journal: Liberals hold telephone town hall to connect supporters to leader Clark

Excerpt: With less than one hun­dred hours to go until the polls close in British Columbi­a’s 2013 provin­cial elec­tions, par­ty lead­ers Christy Clark and Adri­an Dix are keep­ing busy sched­ules. As I report­ed ear­li­er today, Adri­an is spend­ing most of his Sat­ur­day in the Van­cou­ver sub­urbs. He was in Coquit­lam this morn­ing for the pan­cake break­fast […]
Written by:Andrew Villeneuve
Categories:Core Encyclopedia Topics, Elections, Our Environment, Series & Special Reports
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B.C. Journal: David Eby says challenging Christy Clark is like running against “a ghost”

Excerpt: British Columbi­a’s New Demo­c­ra­t­ic Par­ty (NDP) may be lead­ing in the polls ahead of this Tues­day’s provin­cial elec­tion, but in order to actu­al­ly assume pow­er and become the major­i­ty par­ty in the B.C. Leg­isla­tive Assem­bly, the NDP has to cap­ture at least half a dozen rid­ings cur­rent­ly rep­re­sent­ed by Lib­er­als or inde­pen­dents, plus hold onto […]
Written by:Andrew Villeneuve
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B.C. Journal: 2013 campaign enters the home stretch in Canada’s third largest province

Excerpt: Good morn­ing from Coquitlam! As we announced ear­li­er this week, I am vis­it­ing our north­ern neigh­bors this week­end to cov­er the 2013 British Colum­bia provin­cial elec­tions, which will con­clude this Tues­day, May 14th. Whichev­er par­ty wins will most like­ly form B.C.‘s next gov­ern­ment and run the province for the next few years… so the out­come […]
Written by:Andrew Villeneuve
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