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Christy Clark gets 1st chance to govern — but how long can it last? - CBC.ca

The B.C. election is over, and Premier Christy Clark is now back at work running the province, but things are far from normal. After the closest popular vote in the province's history, Clark must now figure out a way to govern with 43 seats, one short ...and more »

What happens next in BC - Macleans.ca

The Greens and NDP now have a window to change the government of B.C.—but it's about to slam shut. Paul Wells. May 25, 2017. Twitter · Facebook · Reddit · Email. B.C. Green party leader Andrew Weaver is joined by elected party member Sonia Furstenau ...and more »

BC Green Party eyes long-term deal in pursuit of electoral reform - The Globe and Mail

B.C. Green party leader Andrew Weaver is joined by elected party member Sonia Furstenau to speak to media in the rose garden following election results in Victoria, B.C., on Wednesday, May 14, 2017. CHAD HIPOLITO/THE CANADIAN PRESS. Justine Hunter ...and more »

Poll finds small majority of British Columbians support proportional representation - News1130

BC NDP Leader John Horgan (L), BC Liberal Leader Christy Clark (C) and BC Green Party Leader Andrew Weaver (L). (Lasia Kretzel, NEWS 1130 Photo). Summary. Ipsos poll has found 54 per cent of 801 people want to see a change to some sort of proportional ...and more »

Uncertainty the word as BC political parties wrestle for power - CBC.ca

Andrew Weaver is the man with all the power. The B.C. Green Party leader heads a party with just three MLAs. But those three votes are the difference between either the Liberals or the NDP having enough support to pass legislation. After three full ...and more »

Vancouver mayor sees affordable-housing funds in NDP-Greens government - The Globe and Mail

Vancouver Mayor Gregor Robertson listens during an announcement about the expansion of the Sun Life Financial Musical Instrument Lending Library program, in Vancouver, B.C., on Monday March 6, 2017. Mr. Robertson is among a growing list of voices ...and more »

Formal governing arrangement 'very close,' says BC Green Party Leader Andrew Weaver - CBC.ca

B.C. Green Party Leader Andrew Weaver says his party is "very, very close" to announcing a more formal governing arrangement, following the final results of the election earlier this week. Weaver wouldn't speculate on what it might look like, but said ...and more »

Vote counting done: Talks turn to minority government in BC - Globalnews.ca

B.C. Green party leader Andrew Weaver is joined by elected party member Sonia Furstenau to speak to media in the rose garden following election results in Victoria, B.C., on Wednesday, May 14, 2017. British Columbia entered a new stage of political ...and more »

A minority government in British Columbia means political risk just skyrocketed for resource projects - Financial Post

Cattaneo: To be sure, B.C. is known as a place of wacky politics. The difference this time is that the world is watching as much of the cash on the line comes from abroad. British Columbia Premier Christy Clark addresses the media at her office in ...and more »

BC political parties very close to reaching deal, Green leader says - News1130

B.C. Green party leader Andrew Weaver speaks to media in the rose garden on the Legislature grounds in Victoria, B.C., on May 10, 2017. Weaver says he's very close to making a deal with either the Liberals and the New Democrats on forming a new ...and more »