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Premiers’ Performance: Ball and Wynne bounce, Wall and Pallister slide

 Saskatchewan’s Wall remains most-approved of provincial leader but drops below majority endorsement June 22, 2017 – Canadians appear increasingly underwhelmed by the performances of their provincial premiers. While some are taking steps back from alarmingly low approval levels, others find themselves

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Focus Saskatchewan: Premier Brad Wall faces budget fallout, but his party leads over opposition

Saskatchewan Party holds seven-point advantage in vote intention June 19, 2017 – Brad Wall has referred to the past few months the most difficult of his career: declining resource revenues have led his government to pursue an unpopular austerity program

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Snap Election? Snap out of it, say majority of British Columbians

Division, uncertainty grips province; pessimism over standard of living in BC reaches seven-year high June 20, 2017 – As Members of the BC Legislative Assembly gather for an unprecedented 41st sitting of the House, they’ll do so with the knowledge

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B.C. Election 2017: Electorate underwhelmed, unexcited by the choices available in a tight race

Millennial turnout, soft voters to will be key to election outcome May 4, 2017 – With just five days left in the 2017 provincial election campaign, a new public opinion poll from the Angus Reid Institute finds the governing BC

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B.C. Election: Parties hustle for advantage on key issues, leader momentum and credibility

Clark, Horgan in statistical tie on question of who would make best premier April 12, 2017 – The earliest days of the 2017 provincial election campaign in British Columbia are revealing a political landscape in which the incumbent faces a

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B.C. Election: Liberal economic message resonates; concerns over campaign finance and housing persist

Six-in-ten B.C. residents say opposition lacks a real plan to help the province March 24, 2017 – Investigations into campaign financing have commenced, tax cuts have been tabled, hacking allegations have flown (and apologies have been given), all this against

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