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David J. Climenhaga | The New West Partnership is designed to make it harder for provincial governments to enact their own, tougher policies on a range of issues. So what’s not to like about being kicked out?
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Elizabeth May
David J. Climenhaga | Did anyone really expect Prime Minister Justin Trudeau to keep his electoral reform promise? Other than the Green Party leader, that is.
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James Rowe | British Columbia's New Democrats will form government this spring if recent polling sticks. The May election is arriving amidst a crisis of the philosophy and policy-paradigm of neoliberalism.
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David Schreck | After more than a decade of rule, the B.C. Liberals seem to have lost the ability to be clear and transparent with the public.
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Alberta Premier Ed Stelmach
David J. Climenhaga | After an inauspicious 2010, and a horrible start to 2011, Alberta Premier Ed Stelmach has taken the traditional Canadian walk in the snow.
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Jerry West | The Liberal leadership race is a sideshow compared to what is going on in the New Democrat Party.
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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.
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Jerry West | People who follow the news in British Columbia can see that politically the province is in turmoil.
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David J. Climenhaga | Raj Sherman's letter harshly assailed the government for its mishandling of health care delivery in Alberta, and all but called the Premier Ed Stelmach a liar.
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Muriel Wiens | For years, oppositions at all levels of government have pushed for recall legislation -- is it time to rekindle this idea across Canada?
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Communist Party of British Columbia | The Communist Party of British Columbia lists reason after reason why the B.C. Liberals have lost their mandate to lead the province.
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Am Johal | The resignation of Gordon Campbell couldn't have happened too soon.