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Strike: Parents hopeful as teachers, government talk into night

It ain't over until it's over and while it ain't over, there is a growing optimism that the labor dispute between B.C. teachers and government could be over soon. For the second straight night Sunday negotiators talked late into the night in Richmond.

Op-Ed: Christy Clark aide Pamela Martin goes too far with tears of joy

Look I understand that news broadcasters and reporters are free to eschew their profession to get involved in partisan politics. It hasn't worked for Senator Mike Duffy, but arguably is working for B.C. Premier Christy Clark`s aide, Pamela Martin.

Christy Clark leads BC Liberals to surprising majority government

Victoria - The British Columbia (BC) Liberals stunned political pundits and pollsters with a surprising comeback victory, winning 44.4 percent of the popular vote and 50 seats in the 85 seats in the BC legislature. The NDP won 33 seats and 39.4 percent of the vote.

Op-Ed: British Columbia Election — The stakes for Canada and Alberta

Victoria - British Columbians head to the polls tomorrow and the stakes couldn't be higher for both Canada and Alberta. New Democratic Party Leader Adrian Dix opposes and will nix pipelines, while Christy Clark, Liberal leader has set five conditions to proceed.

Op-Ed: Premier Christy Clark, the goalie and the red light

Vancouver - A 4,000 plus word feature on B.C. Premier Christy Clark, her son and bid to keep her job was published by the Vancouver Sun Saturday. It was written by Jonathan Fowlie and it's a good read if you've the time to absorb the entire thing.

Op-Ed: Christy Clark not endangering Canada, but getting BC's fair share

Vancouver - With the doomsday bleatings from Alberta and Ottawa you'd think Christy Clark had taken Confederation documents and shoved them down an oil pipeline. She hasn't. Her insistence B.C. get a of share of oil royalties is just an exercise in the status quo.

Provinces tell Ottawa they won't pay for Harper's crime bill

Ottawa - Quebec has been joined by Ontario and British Columbia in voicing their skepticism over Stephen Harper's crime bill, telling Ottawa they will not pay for downloaded costs.

Op-Ed: Pressure is growing in B.C. for better disability support Special

Nelson - The British Columbian government's fiscal policy towards persons with disabilities has mirrored their miserly approach to supporting other vulnerable clients over the last 20 years.

Schreck attacks BC Premier Christy Clark’s cleavage

Former NDP MLA (Member of Legislative Assembly) David Schreck says the Premier’s attire in legislature is inappropriate. His remarks drew furious responses from the Premier and sitting MLA’s.

Canada: B.C. Voters Make History By Rejecting Sales Tax (HST)

Vancouver - By a 54-percent margin BC voters rejected the Harmonised Sales Tax in a mail-in referendum. Former premier Bill Vander Zalm says it's a historic day for the British Commonwealth. Reinstating the old system is expected to be messy and expensive.

Op-Ed: Battle Lines Drawn For BC’s HST Referendum, Canada’s Tea Party

BC Liberals launch multimillion dollar TV campaign to sell the tax to taxpayers. Government offers the populace a 2-percent carrot on a long stick.

British Columbia offers 'free' gum, patch to help quit smoking

Vancouver - British Columbia Premier Christy Clark will initiate a $25 million program in September that would help residents of the province quit smoking. BC will offer free nicotine, patch, gum and drugs to help quit smoking.

BC: New NDP leader committed to winning over Premier Clark

Vancouver - Adrian Dix, the new BCNDP leader elected last night at Vancouver's Convention Centre has said he will beat current British Columbia Premier Christy Clark "with style" in the next provincial election.

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B.C. Premiere Christy Clark prepares to board helicopter for close up look at wildfire on Friday.
B.C. Premiere Christy Clark prepares to board helicopter for close up look at wildfire on Friday.

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