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by Dermod Travis on Sunday Sep 30 2018

Judging by the mud flying, it would seem – splat – local elections are well underway across B.C.

If the campaign turns out anything like the opening acts, there's going to be some hefty dry cleaning bills this October.

So what does the field of candidates look like after the dust settled and nominations closed?

by Contributor on Friday Sep 28 2018

By Maria Dobrinskaya

When governments get 100 per cent of the power from just 40 per cent of voters, something’s not right.

Election after election, a minority of voters gets to decide our government, and then that government gets a four-year dictatorship. It’s minority rule, plain and simple. And it’s unfair and undemocratic.

by Contributor on Wednesday Sep 26 2018

By Stephen T. Asma, from Aeon

by Rossland Telegraph on Wednesday Sep 26 2018

Electoral reform fact check: the series -- #1

by Charles Jeanes on Monday Sep 24 2018

All along the watchtower…There's too much confusion, the hour is getting late...                                             Bob Dylan

Here we are in the years… Children cry in fear, ‘let us out of here.’”                                   Neil Young

By Charles Jeanes

by John Horgan on Friday Sep 21 2018

By John Horgan, Premier of British Columbia

Over the last week, we reaffirmed our commitment to strengthen local economies, make communities safer, invest in people, and make life more affordable for B.C. families.

by Letters to the ... on Tuesday Sep 18 2018

To The Editor:

by Mike Farnworth on Monday Sep 17 2018

It's about a month to go until non-medical cannabis becomes legal in Canada, so here's a snapshot of what to expect in B.C. as of Oct. 17, 2018.

by Contributor on Friday Sep 14 2018

By Fair Vote Canada

BC citizens are being asked to pronounce themselves on the subject of electoral reform in this fall’s upcoming referendum. This is an issue of significant importance and interest to all of us and if citizens are to vote wisely, they need to be as well informed as possible.

by David Suzuki on Wednesday Sep 12 2018

My parents married during the Great Depression. After the 1929 market collapse, people had to learn to make do, help each other out and live on meager incomes. Those times were seared into my parents’ attitudes and values.

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