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Surrey Mayoral Elections: Let The Race Begin

Surrey Mayoral Elections: Let The Race Begin

“Surrey evolve from a modest suburb into the region’s second metropolitan centre and a globally recognized leading edge city.”

The NDP’s Rookie Year In Review

 The past 12 months have brought about a mix of change, controversy and, of course, criticism, under a government that vowed to build a better British Columbia.

A Tale of Two Countries

Little did Prime Minister Justin Trudeau know that not only would the visit to India be memorable for both countries but it would also leave a bitter aftertaste for him

The Race is ON

The Race is ON
Members of the BC Liberal Party will return to the polls this coming February in order to elect the party’s next leader.

Taking From the Rich

Taking From the Rich
The first change intends to eliminate “income sprinkling,” where income is distributed to family members who earn less in order to take advantage of a lower income tax rate.

BC elections 2017 - A Game of Toppling Thrones

BC elections 2017 - A Game of Toppling Thrones
History was made in more ways than one when preliminary results of the May 9 election produced a minority government with the BC Liberals winning 43 seats, one short of the 44 needed for a majority government. With the BC NDP taking 41 and the Green Party winning a record three seats, the outcome wasn’t as simple as just counting votes. 
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