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The leaders of B.C.'s main three parties are taking part in a televised debate later today.
The Trump administration says it will impose a tariff of about 20 per cent on Canadian softwood imports.
Integrity B.C. found the donors gave $55 million and received some $15 billion in payouts and contracts.
Andrew Weaver says his government would hike taxes on carbon, corporations and high-income earners.
The Liberal leader says she won't allow money from U.S. lumber companies to influence her commitment to B.C.
Clark spoke to media at the annual Vancouver Sun Run.
John Horgan was in Vancouver to talk transit, and Andrew Weaver visited an historic First Nations house.
There was some tension in Thursday's debate between John Horgan, Christy Clark and Andrew Weaver.
The travelling attack ad has been showing up at NDP events, but experts warn the tactic could backfire.
The NDP leader says the party's platform is based on Ministry of Finance numbers tabled in February.
From the province's first election in 1871 to recent referendum results, here's a timeline of B.C.'s election history.
The NDP wants the project sent to the B.C. Utilities Commission for review, as past projects have.
Green Leader Andrew Weaver says his health-care platform aims to promote wellness, emphasize prevention and primary care and create a mental health strategy.
MLA Naomi Yamamoto says more than 30 of her signs have been smashed or vandalized in recent weeks.
Burger Heaven in New Westminster has been running "bun-official" polls for decades.
The NDP says 700,000 people don't have a family doctor but only 200,000 are still looking for one.
The NDP and Liberal leaders largely kept politics out of their speeches while addressing the Sikh community.
Mark Neufeld said he never intended to draw a comparison between his party and the civil rights movement.
Christy Clark and John Horgan spent Good Friday criticising each other from different parts of the province.
The NDP unveiled details of the party's ambitious campaign platform before jetting off to the Okanagan.