The by-election for the Kelowna West electoral district will be held on Valentine's Day.
Agreeing on these eight rules now will help ensure the legislature runs fairly and democratically through to the next election.
This election could be called the revolt of the taxi drivers.
The May 9 election outcome remains undecided pending tally of absentee ballots and recounts.
Their percentage of the vote increased, which makes them feel optimistic about the party's future.
A record number of 15 openly LGBT B.C. candidates ran in this year's provincial election.
The 2017 vote was too close to call.
John Horgan tells supporters to wait until all votes are counted.
With 90 of 93 ballot boxes counted, he has opened up a 417-vote lead over Morgane Oger.
Votes are still being counted and the absentee ballots haven't been tabulated.
Had she put her former political nemesis in cabinet, perhaps he would be in a better position in his fight with Morgane Oger.
The Greens could hold the balance of power.
B.C. NDP's Spencer Chandra Herbert was reelected in the Vancouver–West End riding.
The 2017 provincial election is shaping up to be a rough evening for first-time candidates who campaigned for the B.C. Liberals.
Glimmer of victory seen as results roll in.
He may be joined by another Green in the legislature.
One of the most controversial politicians in the Christy Clark government has lost his seat.
His party has shown some improvement in recent returns.
George Heyman is in a dogfight with the B.C. Liberals' Gabe Garfinkel.
Sullivan is a former mayor.
The B.C. Liberals' safest seat in Vancouver is on the southwest side of the city.
On the Liberal side, Agriculture Minister Norm Letnick has been reelected in Kelowna–Lake Country.
The Sauder School of Business prediction markets took wagers on popular vote share, distribution of seats, and odds for a majority government.
The architect and activist has never been afraid to speak his mind, but as a candidate he's become more diplomatic.
The long-serving chief of staff to former premier Gordon Campbell says if the Greens get their way, the province will face four more years of political purgatory.