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Confronting the neoliberal addiction to colonialism, consumption, and greed | Dec 2 2016 | Vanessa Brcic | The enculturation of fear and hatred helps people avoid confronting suffering with a veil of illusory self-protection.
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Christy Clark holds fast to market fundamentalism as LNG dreams crumble | Aug 11 2016 | Harjap Grewal | Christy Clark's fracking and liquified natural gas dreams are being faced with a strong dose of reality, yet her government continues to champion the free market.
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Christy Clark gave $150,000 to a Haida Gwaii chief in business with her brother then forgot all about it | May 30 2016 | Sarah Miller | The B.C. premier made a donation of $150,000 to a federally funded First Nations school with no request or paper trail, that ends up benefiting her brother in a business deal worth millions.
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Christy Clark's brutal economic record won't stop her from winning the next election | May 17 2016 | Rafe Mair | Clark and her government will tell B.C. that they have handled the economy brilliantly and that the province is prospering because of that. Rafe Mair says that's horseshit.
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B.C. can't survive four more years of Christy Clark | Feb 12 2016 | Sarah Miller | As people celebrate the victories of the Lower Mainland byelections, it's a good reminder that we aren't too far away from the next provincial elections.
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Carbon tax question could decide B.C. byelections | Feb 1 2016 | Stephen Hui | Eight candidates answer survey on climate change issues that threaten to dominate the ballot box in the upcoming B.C. byelections.
The last of Barrett's electioneers: B.C.'s nasty 1975 campaign | Jan 4 2016 | Rod Mickleburgh | B.C. Premier Dave Barrett's 1975 defeat was a fitting end to the nastiest, most laced-with-hysteria election campaign in B.C.'s long polarized history.
Strategic voting didn't defeat Harper. Voter turnout did. | Oct 26 2015 | Kai Nagata | When the election finally arrived, turnout in B.C. surged from 60.4 to 70.4 per cent. That's what defeated the Conservative Party in B.C. -- not "strategic voting."
Why I'm doing all I can to make sure our Nation members vote | Oct 19 2015 | Ken Watts | Ken Watts, vice president of the Nuu-chah-nulth Tribal Council, tells us why he is urging the members of his community to vote in this election.
Votes count here: Leadnow backs NDP in contested Vancouver Granville riding | Oct 16 2015 | Tyson Kelsall | Leadnow's strategic voting campaign to get rid of Harper has sparked controversy after endorsing NDP candidate Mira Oreck over Liberal Jody Wilson-Raybould.
Dogwood Initiative: Getting out the vote for MPs who will build a better BC | Oct 4 2015 | See where the candidates in stand on civil liberties, oil tankers and then vote
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Come clean, Ms. May: Green strategy risks electing Conservatives | Sep 24 2015 | Murray Dobbin | The Green Party is supposed to be the party responding genuinely to the enthusiasm of young people, the party of principle. In this election, it is dishing up cynicism and dirty tricks.
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The Greens: A party that plays politics like the others | Sep 4 2015 | Murray Dobbin | Instead of sticking to the Green Party's principled goal of ridding the country of the Harper Conservatives, Elizabeth May risks electing Conservatives in B.C.
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The diminishing of access to government information -- and some things to do about it | Sep 3 2015 | Keith Reynolds | The Supreme Court of Canada describes freedom of information legislation as a pillar of our democracy in Canada. Over the years, however, this pillar of democracy has seen its base chipped away.
Is criticizing Israel anti-semitic? Why is minimum wage expensive? Find out the answers and more on rabble.ca blogs | Aug 21 2015 | Lenée Son | This week's blogs roundup includes posts on rape culture on campus, child care, anti-semitism, labour, housing crisis, and progressive content on the elections campaign you won't find anywhere else.

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Federal Election - 2015 (British Columbia) | NorthReport said... BC will have 42 seats in the next election - correct? in
What's the deal with the BC Green Party? | TiradeFaction said... I can't speak to BC voters themselves, as I don't live in BC or really know anyone there, but I...
Who should lead the BCNDP now? And what should it stand for next time? | Ken Burch said... typing at a library computer with very small font...sorry for the typo.  Obviously, the BCNDP...
The future of politics in B.C. | NorthReport said... First of all, let's congratulate Christy Clark and the Bc Liberals for their victory in
BC Election Day reactions | Kaitlin McNabb said... Post Election Day results, reactions, and any other links and comments related to BC Election Day...
BC Election Predictions | janfromthebruce said... the BCNDP will win big - Ebby wins in Point Grey. in
British Columbia Leaders Debate | Catchfire said... Thanks for starting this thread, mmphosis. I moved it to the BC/Alberta forum! in
Will the BC NDP's Platform Support Electoral Reform / Fair Voting / Proportional Representation? | Policywonk said... JKR wrote:It will be revealing to see whether the BC NDP includes electoral reform in its election...
BC Pre May 14, 2013 Election Call | NorthReport said... Clark's Chances: What Would It Take to Win? As NDP's lead shrinks in some polls, how realistic is...
No thread yet about Joe Keithley for NDP Coquitlam - Burke Mountain? | kropotkin1951 said... Yes he is being opposed but my sources say he has signed up a lot of new members so it might come...
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