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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
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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 […]
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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 […]
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