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Coalition calls on renewed Liberal government to follow through on climate plan

Coalition calls on renewed Liberal government to follow through on climate plan

“They are going to have to find a place to compromise,” says SFU political scientist.
Conservatives biggest losers in B.C. on election night

Conservatives biggest losers in B.C. on election night

Conservatives lost seats in Greater Vancouver to Liberals, NDP.
Liberals win minority, but some B.C. battleground ridings still on the line

Liberals win minority, but some B.C. battleground ridings still on the line

As of late Monday night, some B.C. ridings were still too close to call.
Justin Trudeau's Liberals win third term but fall short of securing majority

Justin Trudeau's Liberals win third term but fall short of securing majority

The Liberals enjoyed a healthy lead Monday night as early poll results started trickling in across the country.
Election official, who runs chocolate shop, flies ballot box to 27 B.C. lighthouses

Election official, who runs chocolate shop, flies ballot box to 27 B.C. lighthouses

Despite the challenge of reaching some of Canada's most remote residents, a part-time election official is flying by helicopter so lighthouse keepers can vote.
Federal election: Where the parties stand on 16 issues

Federal election: Where the parties stand on 16 issues

From child care to climate change, Canadian Press breaks down the election promises.
How and where to vote in the federal election

How and where to vote in the federal election

Polls open Monday from 7 a.m.- 7 p.m.; voters required to go to their designated polling station
Obama, Clinton and Sanders endorse Canadian party leaders — is it election interference?

Obama, Clinton and Sanders endorse Canadian party leaders — is it election interference?

The question has been floating around on social media, so we asked Elections Canada.
Candidates don't want federal money for Site C

Candidates don't want federal money for Site C

Securing federal funding for the $16-billion Site C dam found no support among election candidates running in Prince George-Peace River-Northern Rockies on Wednesday night. 
Candidates discuss COVID-19 protests, national response post-election

Candidates discuss COVID-19 protests, national response post-election

Federal election candidates in northeast B.C. agreed Wednesday night that staging COVID-19 protests in front of hospitals is wrong and counterproductive.