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Pitching P.E.I.: Conservative leadership candidates make their pitch ...

We asked the 13 Conservative leadership candidates to make their pitch for why the 1000 members on P.E.I. should choose them as the party's next...

Look beyond the jesters, and you'll find real, live progressive conservatives in the CPC race: Neil Macdonald

One suspects it had also begun to dawn on him that if he did win the leadership, he'd have to spend the next two years...

Conservative leadership candidate Rick Peterson proposes hiking GST to 9%

Conservative leadership candidate Rick Peterson is proposing to reverse one of the party's central policies from the last decade and raise the GST. Peterson, who...

Saskatoon to host 1st Conservative leadership debate

Candidates vying to lead Canada's Official Opposition will come together in Saskatoon for their first debate in November. The Conservative Party's first leadership debate will...

Premier Christy Clark promises $10-million to fight drug deaths

Premier Christy Clark poked fun at her own expense to open her wide-ranging speech to the Union of British Columbia Municipalities convention but moved on...

BC Premier Christy Clark's climate change plan does not raise carbon tax

B.C. Premier Christy Clark unveiled a long-awaited plan to tackle climate change Friday after she was accused by critics of letting greenhouse gas emissions rise...

Christy Clark visits Ahousaht for economic agreement, emergency preparedness funding

"These can't be solutions that are imposed from somewhere else. When it comes to resource development, when it comes to tourism development, First Nations communities...

BC conflict commissioner clears Christy Clark of 2nd complaint

B.C. Premier Christy Clark has been cleared for a second time on conflict of interest allegations connected to party fundraising events. Conflict commissioner Paul Fraser...

Christy Clark's big risk with Foreign Home Buyers tax

CBC.ca - British ...CBC.caThe B.C. Liberals are closely watching what sort of impact the new 15 per cent Foreign Home Buyers tax will have not...

Christy Clark reveals 6 key principles to affordable housing

Premier Christy Clark says her government will lay out a plan to address housing affordability in the province over the coming days and weeks. In...

Christy Clark earmarks $65M for flood mitigation, asks for more federal money

B.C.'s premier says $65 million has been earmarked to deal with flood mitigation in the province, which she says is the biggest amount ever spent...

Reappointment of Real Estate Council board members draws fire from NDP

NDP MLA David Eby says the decision to reappoint the board members sends the wrong message at a time when the council is facing intense...

Christy Clark says changing attitudes is the way to stop violence against women

The single most important action needed to stop violence against women is to change attitudes, Premier Christy Clark said Friday. "We can't spend enough money...

New book reveals BC Premier Christy Clark's darkest days

A new book examining the life of Christy Clark has revealed the intense amount of personal and public pressure the B.C. premier was under following...

Residential real estate sales not part of Asia Trade mission, says Christy Clark

There is nobody on Christy Clark's trade mission to Asia promoting the sale of residential real estate, the B.C. premier said in a tweet Monday...

BC real estate companies join Christy Clark on trade mission to Asia

Representatives of two real estate companies are travelling with the B.C. Premier on a trade mission to Asia, raising questions about the optics of the...

Christy Clark says LNG talks are not linked to pipeline approvals

It's long past time for the federal government to issue environmental permits for a multibillion-dollar liquefied natural gas terminal in Prince Rupert, B.C. Premier Christy...

Constant campaign continues for BC premier, 1 year away from election

South Asian LinkWith B.C. Premier Christy Clark, it's hard to tell when one campaign ends and the other begins. She's spent the past three years...

Christy Clark slams Trump on trade, warns of 'poisoned' relations

B.C. Premier Christy Clark is taking presumptive Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump to task for his anti-trade stance — equating it with building a wall...

Remembering Expo 86: Christy Clark, Jim Pattison share their memories

What comes to mind when you think of Expo 86? For B.C. Premier Christy Clark, it's riding the SkyTrain and the McBarge. For Expo 86...

Christy Clark shrugs off urban roots for rural crowds

Christy Clark sure looked like she was at home earlier this month — ski jacket, jeans and a roaring crowd chanting "LNG, LNG, LNG." But...

No conflict in Christy Clark Liberal party payment says former party strategist

The campaign manager for former B.C. premier Gordon Campbell says there is no impropriety in current Premier Christy Clark getting a $50,000 per year stipend...

Christy Clark's salary top-up challenged by NDP in conflict complaint

The B.C. NDP has filed a complaint with the province's conflict of interest commissioner about the allowance, which is raised through political contributions including donations...

Premier Christy Clark announces $23M for anti-gang measures

B.C. Premier Christy Clark says the province is adding $23 million over three years to fight the plague of gang violence in Surrey. "We can't...

Christy Clark highlights support for Trans-Pacific trade deal

B.C. Premier Christy Clark expressed her support for the Trans-Pacific Partnership trade deal during a visit to a fish market in Victoria on Wednesday. "There...

Christy Clark talks about school closures and her solution to enrolment problems

Premier Christy Clark was back in her Westside-Kelowna constituency on Wednesday to announce $2 million in funding for invasive mussel prevention. And while unwanted zebra...

Carbon tax should be higher, say 130 BC businesses in letter to Christy Clark

The Globe and MailMore than 130 B.C. businesses have signed a letter to Premier Christy Clark asking her government to raise the carbon tax, including...

'Shadow flipping' loophole to be closed, says BC Premier Christy Clark

"Greedy, shady" real estate agents will no longer be able to profit from the practice of so-called "shadow flipping" in British Columbia, Premier Christy Clark...

BC NDP addresses 'out of control' Vancouver real estate at town hall

"These are serious issues, this is a major crisis, and we want the provincial government to take it seriously," said NDP MLA David Eby, who...

Carbon tax conundrum: Christy Clark has a tough sell convincing ...

Premier Christy Clark is attempting to convince her provincial colleagues B.C.'s model of carbon tax is the best way to tackle climate change. But provincial ...Christy...

'Any time is a good time for a cocktail in your hotel room,' says the BC government in a news release. (The ...

NDP MLA David Eby says the government should focus liquor changes on policies that have a wider impact. "We get these press events on a...

BC premier's office defends Christy Clark's private flight expenses

B.C. Premier Christy Clark's office is defending her travel expenses after documents obtained by freelance journalist Bob Mackin show she spent more than half a...

Premier Christy Clark promises new protections for BC cats and dogs

Premier Christy Clark says B.C. will work with the SPCA to develop new rules to license and regulate dog and cat breeders in the province.

Christy Clark calls Alberta a friend but not a good example

British Columbia Premier Christy Clark says Alberta is her province's best friend in the country, and its financial experience should be a cautionary tale for...

BC Premier Christy Clark still trying to deliver on her LNG promise

That instability doesn't seem to faze Clark, who insists the provincial government is already on the road to being debt free, without one cent from...

Softwood lumber deal 'central' to Canada-US relationship, Christy Clark says

B.C. Premier Christy Clark is expressing hope the Trudeau government can overcome U.S. resistance and renew a softwood lumber deal that brought peace to Canada-U.S.

BC Housing studying foreign ownership in real estate market, premier says

MLA David Eby, the housing critic for the B.C, NDP, says the province's announcement about the study came as a surprise. He pointed out Clark...

BC Premier Christy Clark strikes back at LNG opponents

Clark had sharp words Monday for what she calls the "forces of no" in British Columbia who mount resistance efforts to government initiatives purely out...

'Renoviction' fears spark special meeting after a handful of tenants receive eviction notices

NDP housing critic David Eby was also in attendance at the meeting and says there needs to be legislation around the issue of "renoviction". "It's...

Christy Clark's plan to teach coding to kids flawed says educator

Premier Christy Clark announced this week that the government will be providing basic computer coding training in all schools, from kindergarten to Grade 12. However,...

BC Premier Christy Clark promises tech training in schools

Premier Christy Clark has promised to provide B.C. students with better training to compete in the technology sector. Clark, who delivered a keynote speech Monday...

BC budget: Affordable housing 'front and centre' promises Christy Clark

If a provincial budget amounts to a roadmap for the government in power, Christy Clark's Liberals are about to take some sharp turns. Left or...

Trans Mountain pipeline expansion not supported by BC government

However, NDP MLA David Eby said the government has been inconsistent on the pipeline. "Supporting it going forward, then not supporting it and now maybe...

Residential tenancy dispute fees doubled by BC government

The B.C. government is doubling the fees tenants and landlords will have to pay to have a dispute resolved by the Residential Tenancy Branch. B.C.

Defer taxes, make money: The new way to profit on Vancouver real estate

NDP MLA David Eby says in his toney Vancouver/Point Grey riding, there are many older home owners who use the deferral program. "There are a...

Christy Clark's 2016 must include accomplishments, not just promises

This holiday season Premier Christy Clark is in a giving mood, wrapping 2015 by laying out what appears to be a plan for an election...

Christy Clark addresses provincial controversies in year-end interview

In a year-end interview with CBC reporter Richard Zussman, B.C. Premier Christy Clark says she remains committed to focusing on the economy. Clark says a...

Christy Clark says BC children's ministry to get more funding with economic growth

The Ministry of Children and Family Development will get more money if that is what an independent review calls for — money that is tied...

Trump name on Vancouver tower 'a business decision,' says Christy Clark

B.C. Premier Christy Clark has weighed in on growing calls to remove Donald Trump's name from a Vancouver tower — saying it's "a business decision"...

Christy Clark says Trudeau legitimizing unaccountable Senate, BC under ...

British Columbia's premier says the Trudeau government's plans for a more independent, non-partisan Senate will make the much-maligned institution even worse than it already is.