A Seneca College professor argues that eliminating first-past-the-post elections will save taxpayers a lot of money over the long term.
Canada's longest-serving prime minister and B.C.'s attorney general are both from Kitchener and they both made their names in Vancouver.
The prime minister's patriotism doesn't extend to allowing Canadians in three ridings to get a new MP without a lengthy delay.
It's back to the future for the party that ruled British Columbia from 2001 to 2017.
The former NDP MP and MLA has written a lively memoir that offers new insights into some major events.
There are only 74 remaining southern resident killer whales in three pods in the Salish Sea.
CUPE B.C. told the Straight that it filed a complaint on October 3 but an Elections B.C. spokerson says that the issue "was brought to our attention after the municipal election".
He hopes that council will appoint NPA councillors Melissa De Genova, Lisa Dominato, and Colleen Hardwick to the board of Metro Vancouver, along with two Greens and one OneCity politician.
A former Green party candidate is no fan of first-past-the-post, but he also has grave concerns about mixed-member proportional systems.
On the 34th anniversary of a horrific slaughter, world leaders are still downplaying the role of an Indian political party in genocidal attacks.