As nervous NDPers ask why any “progressive” would trust the Greens, a veteran B.C. writer can’t help wondering why any environmentalist would trust the NDP?
Here's just one: they endorse the trophy hunt for grizzly bears as a good economic policy.
One pollster is predicting a B.C. Liberal majority even though the B.C. NDP could end up with a larger share of the popular vote.
She's been a climate laggard, like Stephen Harper, leaving some well-educated anti-NDP voters looking for an alternative.
The chief of staff to a former B.C. Liberal premier sharply disagrees with newspaper editorial boards who've3 endorsed the reelection of Christy Clark.
The party's deputy leader thinks it would be absurd for Andrew Weaver to pre-emptively declare—without qualification—that he would support the B.C. NDP if no party wins a majority on May 9.
NDP candidate George Chow has brought in party muscle from the north side of the city in a final campaign push to knock off a senior cabinet minister.
Not everyone agrees with the claim that the premier's party has "tried to walk a sensible middle path" on resource development.
Andrew Weaver is not ruling out keeping Christy Clark in power—and that should worry Green sympathizers who feel that the B.C. Liberal government has lost its moral compass.
Market director Werner Antweiler says prediction markets usually favour underdogs.
Sharp increases in the cost of beer, wine, and spirits don't play well with people who might be tempted to vote for the B.C. Liberals.
It's the most urgent health crisis this province has faced since AIDS and the B.C. Liberals refuse to talk about it.
Ahead of the May 9 provincial election, a group of homeless campers want candidates talking about low-income housing.
The B.C. Liberals received the lowest mark of the three major parties running in the provincial election.
Two young B.C. Liberal candidates in Vancouver are touting a plan to offer tax credits to members of services such as Evo, Modo, and car2go.
In 1996, Gordon Campbell didn't pay much attention to First Nations and it just might have cost him the election.
For political parties in the throes of an election campaign, weekends are particularly critical.
It's Christy Clark's way of blunting accusations that she only serves the wealthy.
The NDP's John Horgan is the best bet to defeat Christy Clark and the B.C. Liberals, but his party has an uneven record when it comes to one of the most pressing issues of our time.
In political campaigns, there's an air war, a ground game, and a battle in cyberspace.
The flyers were distributed this week in the West End and the Vancouver–False Creek riding.
It's unfair to union leaders to liken them to CEOs.
Andrew Weaver had the ideal position in the debate because he could take on both Christy Clark and John Horgan from the middle of the floor.
So far, the B.C. Liberal leader hasn't shown any distress on the campaign trail.
The all-candidates meeting happens Monday (May 1) at the Goldcorp Centre for the Arts at SFU Woodwards