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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.’s political union: Promises, a jilted suitor and four years of drama

By Shachi Kurl, Executive Director May 30, 2017 – In the drama-filled world of B.C. political theatre, Monday’s news conference between NDP and Green Party leaders John Horgan and Andrew Weaver was akin to some sort of final rose ceremony: The happy

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Working with the Liberals may be the practical choice for Weaver, but it’s not what Green supporters voted for

By Ian Holliday, Research Associate May 11, 2017 What will Andrew Weaver do? That’s the big question that came out of the British Columbia provincial election Tuesday night. With three seats in the legislature, Weaver and his Green Party look

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Two weeks into strike, BC parents support teachers over government two-to-one

Two-thirds want BC government to restore class size funding as ordered by the courts

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BC teachers strike: parents support teachers over government as job action begins

Overall support also with teachers in the early stages of potentially escalating strike action

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Most British Columbians Express Confidence in Health Care System

Respondents identify bureaucracy, poor management and long waiting times as the biggest problems with health care in the province.

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