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The Progress Board, set up to report on how the government is doing and killed by Christy Clark last year, went out with a bang.
The fracking debate — or more accurately the absence of one — is another example of B.C.’s great divide.
The biggest issue in the federal government’s move to curb health-care spending increases isn’t the new limits.
There’s no real theme to the column, beyond a general sense of wonder.
I’ve got good news for Premier Christy Clark - a way to deal with Community Living B.C.
The Occupiers have packed their tents, but the issue of increasing inequality within Canada shouldn’t go away with them.
The B.C. Supreme Court struck a good balance in tossing part of the province’s new drinking-driving laws.
A glimmer of good news shone through Finance Minister Kevin Falcon’s quarterly report on the province’s finances and economy this week.
The Clark government believes reducing the number of unnecessary regulations is important.
A generation ago, most people could count on buying a home for the equivalent of about three year’s salary. That dream is gone.
Last week in the legislature offered good reminders of how surreal things can get in the grand old building.
Taxpayers end up paying $6 million to cover the legal fees of two Liberal staffers who admitted taking bribes.
Federal Finance Minister Jim Flaherty offered Christy Clark a big break last week, if she’s prepared to grab it.
When B.C. Hydro reported a profit of $447 million last year, you probably thought the Crown corporation took in more money than it spent.
Christy Clark went all tough on crime this week, proudly enrolling in Stephen Harper’s “lock-em-up” camp.
Randy Hawes and Christy Clark offered up two very different visions of what MLAs are supposed to be doing on Monday.
For an astute politician, Premier Christy Clark is making some odd moves.
Throne speeches are supposed to set out the government’s agenda for the legislative session. But they’re typically full of nice-sounding but meaningless phrases, big visions and praise for the party in power’s brilliance.
Christy Clark killed off one of Gordon Campbell’s good ideas last week, weakening government accountability and removing one of the few ways citizens have to assess its performance.
Premier Christy Clark’s job plan, despite all the flying around the province and flashy announcements, is a bit of a letdown.