|Blog David J. Climenhaga | File under unsolved political mysteries: career changes by Stephen Harper, Preston Manning and Andrew Weaver. Whatever can they mean?|
Andrew Weaver to Jason Kenney: 'Every day you keep opening your mouth, more people come to the B.C. Greens'David J. Climenhaga | The leader of B.C.'s Green Party has no problem with Alberta Premier Jason Kenney's "outrageous, completely ridiculous" claims. "It brings people to us. So keep it up!"
|Blog David J. Climenhaga | "For those of us who supported the man we call 'Mad Max,' Bernier's loss was a heartbreaking disappointment." – Derek Fildebrandt, Wildrose finance critic|
|Blog Karl Nerenberg | The deal between John Horgan and Andrew Weaver does not absolutely assure that the NDP will get to form a minority government. If it does work out, the rest of the country will be watching closely.|
Rachel Notley's tough talk on pipelines evokes the Peter Lougheed Era of energy policy confrontationDavid J. Climenhaga | The "Asian premium" and "tidewater premium" for Alberta bitumen are myths spread by governments and pipeline proponents, argues earth scientist David Hughes.
|Blog David J. Climenhaga | Success on the pipeline file is apparently essential to political success in Alberta -- never mind the world market for petroleum.|
|Columnists Murray Dobbin | Is the Green Party in a tacit alliance with the Liberal Party of Christy Clark in B.C.'s election? A lot of people in B.C. think so.|
|Blog David Taub Bancroft | With less than a week to go before election day and polls tightening across British Columbia, I find myself in the all-too-common predicament of dreading the electoral options before me.|
|Blog Lucia Lorenzi | B.C. universities are the latest to receive legislation regarding campus sexual assault policies. Here are some reflections on my experience as a survivor helping to create change.|
|Blog Dennis Gruending | The climate scientists of the IPCC have issued another disturbing report. But some industry-funded groups have been creating confusion for years.|
|Blog David Suzuki | Coal is an 18th-century fuel source, but we're still relying on it for much of our energy needs in the 21st century. Because it's so abundant and inexpensive, there's been little incentive to switch.|
|News Correy Baldwin | The Conservatives are brandishing a new weapon in their fight to exploit the Alberta oil sands, pulling a figure from a recent article published in the journal Nature by scientist Andrew Weaver.|
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