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Vancouver lawyer Bob Kasting has been doing a lot of thinking. His admirers want him to run for mayor, and he says he’ll likely decide before an important court date on September...
With a bit of inspired thinking, B.C. public schools could open right after Labour Day, a world-renowned labour-relations expert suggests. “It would be nice to see a little more...
The electoral prospects of the Green Party of Vancouver look lush. Polling competitively with the two biggest players in a recent poll, the Greens are getting a boost from another...
Surrey elder statesman Bob Bose is endorsing councillor Barinder Rasode for mayor. All is forgiven, it seems. Recently, Bose was hoping a “dark horse” would emerge to give Rasode...
Not sure who to vote for Vancouver mayor? Good luck asking the Greens. They’re not interested in the mayoral race. For the Green Party of Vancouver, it’s all about who gets...
He has run twice for Vancouver mayor, and he’s doing it again. Mike Hansen, a self-described blue-collar politician, offers a message of hope. “I’ve been poor, homeless, alcoholic...
Sean Antrim doesn’t want to be the executive director of Vancouver’s storied left-wing party anymore. It’s not that the youthful activist is leaving the Coalition of Progressive...
Parents with children in public schools have reason to be anxious. Although negotiators for striking B.C. teachers and the provincial government say that they’re talking, there’s...
New Westminster councillor  Lorrie Williams is somewhat torn. She’s supporting her council colleague Jonathan Cote, who wants to become the next mayor. But at the same time, she...
Don Campbell likes to say that he doesn’t sell real estate. “I’m just a researcher,” insists the author of several books on property investing. Campbell also likes to say that...

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