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David J. Climenhaga | Pretty obviously, thanks to Tuesday's B.C. election and the vote last year in Alberta, we have reached a moment of reckoning for Canada's pollsters.
Columnists
Jerry West | The Liberal leadership race is a sideshow compared to what is going on in the New Democrat Party.
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Brian Topp | Events in British Columbia this week demonstrate how so much in politics is about elegantly reconciling the seemingly irreconcilable.
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Chris Shaw | In the last month we've seen two seemingly invulnerable political leaders, Gordon Campbell and Carol James, brought down.
Columnists
Jerry West | People who follow the news in British Columbia can see that politically the province is in turmoil.
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Murray Dobbin | The NDP is now on suicide watch as James and Moe Sihota with James' staff (eager to keep their jobs) egging her on, try to silence principled people in the party who know there has to be a change.
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Murray Dobbin | Carole James thinks meeting with business is going to help her look like a leader. Good luck with that.
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Blair Redlin | A discouraging third term for Gordon Campbell and a record low voter turnout are cause for serious reflection.