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Another day, another (unreported) poll

Good government NGO Integrity BC released a poll last week about BC politics.  It was not good for the government of non-elected Premier Christy (not Christine) Clark. Integrity BC are the folks who sponsored last week’s Georgia Straight ad featuring … Continue reading

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Kash Heed: The story changes

From the “it wasn’t on my radar” files. It wasn’t on his radar, just his desk. According to  Justine Hunter in her Globe and Mail story last April, Kash Heed said he had no knowledge of his campaign’s illegal election … Continue reading

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You Can’t Trust the BC Liberals

That’s not me talking.  It’s what 30% of BC Liberal supporters say, according to Angus Reid’s latest poll. Here’s how it breaks down.  25% of British Columbians would vote BC Liberal today.  But only  18% of voters say they trust … Continue reading

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Another Liberal Says Campbell Must Go

Coming to you from the airport lounge… Steve Forseth, a Liberal activist in Williams Lake joins the growing number of Liberals in open revolt.  From his blog: “When one is not willing to look objectively at political realities for the … Continue reading

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What Do BC Liberals Really Think?

The Jordan Bateman story is the most visible of the “what do BC Liberals really think” stories.  Out in the real world, which every day moves further away from the Premier’s Office and BC Liberal Caucus offices, even hard core … Continue reading

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Fox News, Vancouver Style

Is there a more wretched newspaper than the Vancouver Sun? That’s not a rhetorical question.  It’s one sparked by an attempt to read about the HST rally yesterday evening in Point Grey. I used to work for Darlene Marzari, Point … Continue reading

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