SFU public policy professor Doug McArthur says he doubts the campaigns against Falcon had much impact.
Some B.C. environmentalists are taking credit for stopping Surrey-Cloverdale MLA Kevin Falcon from becoming premier.
The long-time New Democrat has lived in the constituency since 1995, but hasn't decided if he'll be a candidate.
Like Alberta's Ralph Klein, Christy Clark has been a broadcaster, a populist, has ties to the federal Liberals, and won her party's leadership with almost no caucus support.
Kevin Falcon won more than 60 percent in nine constituencies.
B.C. Conservative officials are hoping that Christy Clark's victory in the B.C. Liberal leadership contest will give their party a boost as it heads into its own leadership race.
Christy Clark's former rivals in the B.C. Liberal leadership race say they will support their new leader as she becomes the 35th premier of the province.
As she takes the helm of the B.C. Liberal Party, Christy Clark says she will seek a legislature seat through a by-election as soon as she can.
British Columbia faces serious economic and social challenges that require the immediate attention of the new Premier-designate and her government.
The day before Clark won, Kevin Falcon raised concerns about party members not getting personal identification numbers to vote.
I encourage all BC Liberals to unite behind Premier Christy Clark and support her as we lead this Province and build momentum and support for the next election.
The B.C. Liberals selected their new leader using a preferential ballot and a voting system weighted for each riding.