BC Votes 2017

Millennials’ voter turnout in 2017 B.C. election up 7%

The 2017 election cost $4.6 million more than the prior one

 

Clark pledges $1-billion in childcare spending

Christy Clark continued rebranding the BC Liberals this week, ahead of the Speech from the Throne

 

Inside the NDP-Green governing agreement

Raise carbon tax, cut MSP premiums and raise minimum wage to $15

 

Christy Clark to stay on as B.C. premier

Clark addressed her supporters in Vancouver

VIDEO: BC NDP and Green Party intend to form minority government

The leaders of the BC Greens and the BC NDP agree to work together

Standing up to staged tent squatters

Communities fight back against ‘travelling circus’ for media

NDP candidate plans to finish studies

Kelowna West candidate Shelley Cook plans to finish her PhD

Victorious Liberals say it’s business as usual

Clark, Letnick and Thomson all re-elected by large margins in Central Okanagan.

UPDATE: Voter turnout hits 61.5 per cent in 2017 B.C. election

Over half of B.C. voters went to the polls on May 9

An election debrief: Central Okanagan

Kelowna Capital News reporter Al Waters discusses election night in the Central Okanagan

An election debrief: Penticton Boundary-Similkameen

Penticton Western News reporter Steve Kidd discusses election night in the Penticton and Boundary-Similkameen ridings.

An election debrief: Shuswap

Black Press reporter Richard Rolke discusses election night in the Shuswap riding

An election debrief: Vernon-Monashee

Senior reporter Richard Rolke discusses election night in the Vernon-Monashee riding.

ELECTION 2017: Unstable minority unlikely to last

Greens’ Andrew Weaver will want to see carbon tax increased

Okanagan – Shuswap – Similkameen – your votes

A regional roundup of results from Sicamous to Princeton

New era in B.C. politics

B.C.’s electoral urban-rural divide now a reality.

Election 2017: Students knock premier off her seat

Kelowna West students voted for NDP candidate Shelley Cook in Student Vote

ELECTION: 43 Liberals to rule as minority vs NDP’s 41, three Greens

Christy Clark aims to continue to govern as premier without a majority

BC Greens gain two more seats in 2017 provincial election

Andrew Weaver, leader of the BC Green Party, will be joined by Adam Olsen and Sonia Furstenau

UPDATE: Christy Clark wins Kelowna West

BC Premier Christy Clark holds onto her seat