He claims that Premier Christy Clark has been spreading falsehoods about the softwood-lumber issue.
In the 1990s, working people could buy houses in Vancouver, but for the most part, that's no longer true.
He hopes to become the first turbaned Sikh to be elected as a B.C. MLA, but the B.C. Liberals are hoping for their own breakthrough in Surrey-Newton.
New numbers filed with Elections B.C. indicate that 2016 provided another bumper crop for the party that's held control of the legislature since 2001.
It's unfair to union leaders to liken them to CEOs.