If we hope to have any decent future for our grandchildren and their grandchildren, we will have to change the way we live.
An interview with David Meslin regarding politics, electoral reform, and the STV referendum in BC.
The dust has settled on the B.C. election, sort of. B.C.ers won't know until the end of May what the new legislature will look like.
A profile of four Vancouver teens who plan to spend their summer vacation travelling the country to work on a documentary about poverty and homelessness in Canada.
As British Columbians head to the polls Tuesday, May 12, one of the results that will be monitored most closely across the country is the referendum on electoral reform.
Under STV 80 to 90 per cent of the votes will help elect someone, so any potential voters are ignored at the politicians' peril.
I respond to Dennis Pilon's rabble article specifically on his continuing claim that women stand a better chance of being elected under a Single Transferable Vote (STV) electoral system.
The results of our economic growth are everywhere. In the state of the forest, the fishery, fresh water and the climate.
The President of the No STV campaign argues that STV is a system that proves to be worse than what we currently use.
<p>Canadian Office and Professional Employees Union wonders in this video whether or not Gordon Campbell hates you.</p>