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Rob Shaw: A glimpse behind-the-scenes of BC's power-sharing talks - The Province;

Rob Shaw: A glimpse behind-the-scenes of BC's power-sharing talks - The Province

The ProvinceRob Shaw: A glimpse behind-the-scenes of BC's power-sharing talksThe ProvinceVICTORIA — The bulk of a power-sharing deal that will topple Premier Christy Clark's government was settled between the B.C. Greens and NDP as early as Sunday morning, prompting the Greens to end talks with the Liberals after concluding they just ...and more »

Horgan and Weaver visit Government House with power-sharing agreement - The Province;

Horgan and Weaver visit Government House with power-sharing agreement - The Province

The ProvinceHorgan and Weaver visit Government House with power-sharing agreementThe ProvinceVICTORIA — The B.C. NDP and Green leaders took their power-sharing agreement to Lt.-Gov. Judith Guichon on Wednesday morning, to try and convince her to let them govern once Premier Christy Clark's Liberal government is defeated. NDP Leader John ...and more »

Saanich South MLA Lana Popham endorses power-sharing agreement with Greens - Saanich News;

Saanich South MLA Lana Popham endorses power-sharing agreement with Greens - Saanich News

Saanich NewsSaanich South MLA Lana Popham endorses power-sharing agreement with GreensSaanich NewsSaanich South NDP MLA Lana Popham said the decision of her leader John Horgan and B.C. Green Leader Andrew Weaver to deliver their historic power-sharing agreement to Lt.-Gov. Judith Guichon demonstrates their readiness to govern and work ...and more »

Business leaders express concern about promises in BC NDP-Green agreement - Vancouver Sun;

Business leaders express concern about promises in BC NDP-Green agreement - Vancouver Sun

Vancouver SunBusiness leaders express concern about promises in BC NDP-Green agreementVancouver SunSome business leaders in Canada are expressing concerns that the fallout from British Columbia's election is discouraging the private sector from investing in the province. The Site C dam construction site is seen along the Peace River in Fort St. John ...and more »

Horgan, Weaver deliver political agreement documents to government house - Cape Breton Post

Horgan, Weaver deliver political agreement documents to government houseCape Breton PostVICTORIA — The leaders of British Columbia's New Democrats and Greens have attended government house to deliver signed copies of their four-year agreement to run the province under a minority government. Advertisement. A representative for Lt.-Gov.and more »

Horgan and Weaver drop off NDP-Green agreement to Lieutenant Governor - CTV Vancouver Island;

Horgan and Weaver drop off NDP-Green agreement to Lieutenant Governor - CTV Vancouver Island

CTV Vancouver IslandHorgan and Weaver drop off NDP-Green agreement to Lieutenant GovernorCTV Vancouver IslandThe leaders of the New Democrat and Green parties have delivered a letter to the province's Lieutenant Governor saying they're ready to govern. John Horgan and Andrew Weaver arrived at Government House in an electric car to drop off a copy of the ...and more »

NDP-Green alliance delivers pact to Lieutenant Governor's residence - Am730 Vancouver Traffic News;

NDP-Green alliance delivers pact to Lieutenant Governor's residence - Am730 Vancouver Traffic News

Am730 Vancouver Traffic NewsNDP-Green alliance delivers pact to Lieutenant Governor's residenceAm730 Vancouver Traffic NewsWATCH: NDP Leader John Horgan and Green Leader Andrew Weaver deliver their power-sharing deal to the Lt. Governor's residence. The BC Greens and BC NDP have taken the next step in their pursuit of power in the B.C. Legislature. Green Leader ...and more »

New Westminster MLA-elect “super stoked” about prospect of an NDP government - The Record (New Westminster);

New Westminster MLA-elect “super stoked” about prospect of an NDP government - The Record (New Westminster)

The Record (New Westminster)New Westminster MLA-elect “super stoked” about prospect of an NDP governmentThe Record (New Westminster)Judy Darcy celebrates a win with supporters at her campaign's victory party on election night. Darcy is excited about the possibility of an NDP government, after her party negotiated a deal with the Greens that could see them topple the Liberals ...and more »

BIV on Roundhouse May 31: Could an NDP minority kill the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion? - Business in Vancouver;

BIV on Roundhouse May 31: Could an NDP minority kill the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion? - Business in Vancouver

Business in VancouverBIV on Roundhouse May 31: Could an NDP minority kill the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion?Business in VancouverThis week, leader of the BC NDP John Horgan and BC Green party leader Andrew Weaver announced their intention to create an NDP minority government, supported by the Greens. | Credit: BC NDP. On the latest show, the Fraser Institute's Ken Green ...and more »

Colby Cosh: We're on the precipice of a marvellous drama. There are few puzzles as difficult as the one BC now presents - National Post;

Colby Cosh: We're on the precipice of a marvellous drama. There are few puzzles as difficult as the one BC now presents - National Post

National PostColby Cosh: We're on the precipice of a marvellous drama. There are few puzzles as difficult as the one BC now presentsNational PostIf you were a bookie, and you had to make an over/under betting line for the time till the next provincial election in British Columbia, where would you set it? In 2017, this is a hypothetical question — in Canada. In a place like the U.K., where ...and more »

See you in court: NDP and Greens to push legal challenge of Trans Mountain pipeline - Am730 Vancouver Traffic News;

See you in court: NDP and Greens to push legal challenge of Trans Mountain pipeline - Am730 Vancouver Traffic News

Am730 Vancouver Traffic NewsSee you in court: NDP and Greens to push legal challenge of Trans Mountain pipelineAm730 Vancouver Traffic NewsThat's the message from NDP Leader John Horgan, who says once he becomes premier he'll take the legal route to block the project. Horgan made the statement to Simi Sara in a joint interview with Green Party Leader Andrew Weaver on the Jon McComb ...and more »

Clovechok issues statement - Kimberley Bulletin;

Clovechok issues statement - Kimberley Bulletin

Kimberley BulletinClovechok issues statementKimberley BulletinWith a deal for unity around confidence measures between the NDP and Greens giving them a slim majority if it holds, Premier Christy Clark announced on Tuesday that she would reconvene the Legislature as soon as possible and face a confidence vote ...and more »

5 to start your day - Peace Arch News;

5 to start your day - Peace Arch News

Peace Arch News5 to start your dayPeace Arch NewsBC Liberal leader Christy Clark says she will not resign, but will call the legislature back in June to test the confidence in her minority government. See more >. 2. Inside the NDP-Green governing agreement. NDP and Green MLAs met at the B.C ...and more »

B.C. Liberals are doomed if they don't do an about-face on climate change - Straight.com;

B.C. Liberals are doomed if they don't do an about-face on climate change - Straight.com

Straight.comB.C. Liberals are doomed if they don't do an about-face on climate changeStraight.comSurely, there must be someone in this photo of the 2013 B.C. Liberal cabinet who thinks Christy Clark made a mistake by alienating free-enterprise-oriented voters who can do the math about greenhouse gas emissions. This morning, I heard B.C. Green ...and more »

Christy Clark to stay on as B.C. premier - Hope Standard;

Christy Clark to stay on as B.C. premier - Hope Standard

Hope StandardChristy Clark to stay on as B.C. premierHope StandardBC Liberal leader Christy Clark says she will not resign, but will call the legislature back in June to test the confidence in her minority government. “We have a duty to meet the house and test its confidence,” Clark told reporters in downtown ...and more »

Horgan and Weaver to deliver BC NDP-BC Green Party agreement to Lieutenant Governor - Voiceonline.com;

Horgan and Weaver to deliver BC NDP-BC Green Party agreement to Lieutenant Governor - Voiceonline.com

Voiceonline.comHorgan and Weaver to deliver BC NDP-BC Green Party agreement to Lieutenant GovernorVoiceonline.comB.C. NDP Leader John Horgan and B.C. Green Leader Andrew Weaver will be delivering their historic agreement signed by all 44 members of the New Democrat Caucus and the BC Green Caucus to the Lieutenant Governor at Government House in Victoria ...and more »

Horgan and Weaver to meet Lieutenant Governor Wednesday morning - Am730 Vancouver Traffic News;

Horgan and Weaver to meet Lieutenant Governor Wednesday morning - Am730 Vancouver Traffic News

Am730 Vancouver Traffic NewsHorgan and Weaver to meet Lieutenant Governor Wednesday morningAm730 Vancouver Traffic NewsThe B.C. NDP and B.C. Green parties have laid out their partnership agreement to form government and Wednesday morning they will take the next step in making that happen. Leaders John Horgan and Andrew Weaver will go to Government House in ...and more »

Yes, Christy Clark won the election - North Delta Reporter;

Yes, Christy Clark won the election - North Delta Reporter

North Delta ReporterYes, Christy Clark won the electionNorth Delta ReporterSome of the news outlets that breathlessly covered the recent B.C. election as if it was a sporting event had trouble digesting the final score. It's 43-41-3. The B.C. Liberals got the most votes and the most seats. They won. Christy Clark is still ...and more »

Five Things to Know: Poodle in a suitcase, Clark doesn't resign, high school on lockdown - Vancouver Sun;

Five Things to Know: Poodle in a suitcase, Clark doesn't resign, high school on lockdown - Vancouver Sun

Vancouver SunFive Things to Know: Poodle in a suitcase, Clark doesn't resign, high school on lockdownVancouver SunB.C. Premier Christy Clark speaks during a news conference in Vancouver, B.C., on Tuesday May 30, 2017. DARRYL DYCK / THE CANADIAN PRESS. Share Adjust Comment Print. Christy Clark plans to go down swinging, John Horgan and Andrew Weaver ...

BALDREY: B.C. election was anything but close - North Shore News;

BALDREY: B.C. election was anything but close - North Shore News

North Shore NewsBALDREY: B.C. election was anything but closeNorth Shore NewsIt's been noted by many that this past election was the closest one in British Columbian history, yet in some ways it was anything but close. Sure, the overall popular vote was a virtual tie, as just 1,568 votes separated the B.C. Liberals and the NDP ...and more »