British Columbia's Liberals turned to a former cabinet minister to lead them on Saturday, February 3, 2018, night after their defeat last year, as Andrew Wilkinson appealed to his caucus colleagues to help him expand and broaden the party's membership.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau spoke over jeers Friday at a rowdy town hall meeting in Nanaimo, B.C., as he defended his government’s decision to support the expansion of the Trans Mountain pipeline through the province.
A pact with the Green party that allowed the NDP to form a minority government in British Columbia is a working example of electoral reform ahead of a referendum on the issue next year, Premier John Horgan says.
Washington state's governor took aim at President Donald Trump in a speech to British Columbia's legislature on Tuesday, Nov. 21, 2017, saying travel bans on immigrants and refugees have caused economic and moral wounds in the United States.
The future of the Site C hydroelectric dam is the subject of pointed questions from labour unions, environmental groups, Indigenous Peoples and high-ranking civil servants with the British Columbia government who want answers about the projected costs of scrapping the $8.3-billion project.