In November, he dished out some scathing criticism of Speaker Darryl Plecas for launching an investigation into expenses charged by senior officials.
One of the highlights of the year was the unanimous support for the first-ever poverty-reduction legislation in British Columbia.
Former NDP president Moe Sihota said on CBC Radio that the rollout has been "clumsy", setting the stage for the finance minister to make adjustments.
The former labour lawyer presented evidence to back up his argument that the Liberals always campaign from the left and govern from the right.
Lee chaired the Vancouver Society in Support of Democratic Movement before becoming the B.C. Liberal MLA for Burnaby North in 2001.
Authenticity is a big deal in politics—and in this areas, the two front runners have some shortcomings.
OneCity councillor Christine Boyle managed to secure unanimous support for her motion calling for more dramatic actions.
Launched by broadcaster Shushma Datt, the premier coloured his palm before leaving his hand print.
The task force ultimately places a greater priority on strengthening guarantees for landlord profits than improving housing security for tenants.
She was merely arrested on a provisional warrant and Canadian authorities were only given a summary of facts by the Americans.
The plan is to replace the seismically high-risk school at West 33rd Avenue and Oak Street with a new 15,000 square meeting building at a cost of almost $80 million.
They issued a joint declaration in response to a speech earlier this month by Chinese president Xi Jinping, who claimed that it's a "historical and legal" fact that Taiwan is part of China.