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NDP Green nonaggression pact could end Clark's political career
Pouring cold water on Liberals deathbed repentance
Whoop-dee-doo Liberal leader hops skytrain
NDP and Greens Attack Throne Speech: ‘You Have to Change Before an Election’
BC Liberals unveil agenda ‘with humility’, drawing heavily from opposition platforms.
In the church of Naomi Klein
So here goes, as it could happen Monday but more probably Thursday
Ten possible explanations for the B.C. Liberals' colossal policy flip-flop
Whatever the case may be I think we can all agree that the stench of desperation waffling from Clark and the B.C. Liberals can be smelled across the province and their next move is really anyone's guess.
The Liberals and their right-wing full court press, eh!
B.C. election result makes Greater Vancouver Board of Trade members uneasy
BC needs a corruption inquiry
Trust the CBC to spew out their right-wing nonsense once again. Liberals true to form are representing themselves, the one percenters, as opposed to the NDP who are representing the vast majority of BC citizens, but the CBC has to try and drag the NDP down in the gutter with the Liberals. Pathetic!
Theatre of the absurd: Day 1 of historic week in B.C. politics sees contradictions by all parties
Marty's Brown is about the only journalist that has his finger on the pulse of BC politics, as he clearly and accurately describes the BC Premier's pathetic attempts to avoid her coming rendez vous with reality on Thursday, June 29th
Chrisy Clark continues to crash and burn with every breath she has taken since the May 9th, 2017 election
Premier Wile E Coyote's last run
Christy Clark is the kind of feminist that makes women's lives worse
The longest-serving female premier in Canadian history will end up with the same reputation as Margaret Thatcher. The real sexism here is employed by the Christy Clark government against the women of British Columbia. Sexism doesn't exist in a vacuum. Sexism can't flow uphill. Only the most self-interested would claim that the wealth and whiteness of a person doesn't influence how they are treated vis à vis their gender. It's self-evident. So why are we not capable of challenging Christy Clark and Suzanne Anton and these women who are waging a war on the poor in British Columbia?