Friday, November 17, 2017
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Where is the BC Liberal Party heading?

Where is the BC Liberal Party heading?
All indicators of provincial economy pointed towards a robust economy with BC Liberals being praised as prudent managers. Yet the results of May election did not reflect this trust of the people in BC Liberal Party. The analysts and the party insiders were quick to point their fingers at the Premier and the leader of the BC Liberal Party – Christy Clark. 

BC elections 2017 - A Game of Toppling Thrones

BC elections 2017 - A Game of Toppling Thrones
History was made in more ways than one when preliminary results of the May 9 election produced a minority government with the BC Liberals winning 43 seats, one short of the 44 needed for a majority government. With the BC NDP taking 41 and the Green Party winning a record three seats, the outcome wasn’t as simple as just counting votes. 

Housing & Transit Top Priorities For Vancouver City: Mayor Gregor Robertson

Housing & Transit Top Priorities For Vancouver City: Mayor Gregor Robertson

Mayor Gregor Robertson shares his thoughts on the biggest challenges the City of Vancouver is currently facing, how he plans to deal with them, and his successful journey as the Mayor.

Election Special: Liberal kind of Canada

Election Special: Liberal kind of Canada

Trudeau’s Liberals swung into a 54 per cent majority in the House, transforming the previou...

A glimpse of the 42nd Canadian Federal Election

A glimpse of the 42nd Canadian Federal Election

The 2015 election is filled with as much uncertainty as what the country’s 42nd c...

Canada becomes Modi-fied

Canada becomes Modi-fied
Asserting a spirit of trust and transformation in India, Prime Minister Narendra Modi concluded his highly productive tri-nation visit to Canada with a landmark deal of over seven million pounds of uranium to an energy-hungry India.