Stone: Too early to decide on run for Liberal leadership - Kamloops This Week

But, three days after Christy Clark's resignation as party leader and West Kelowna MLA, the Kamloops-South Thompson MLA isn't ready to start printing campaign flyers. “It's very early days,” Todd Stone said. “Entering the leadership contest of a ...

VIDEO: “I am done with public life,” says Christy Clark - Williams Lake Tribune

The outgoing premier spoke publicly for the first time on Monday since she announced Friday her resignation from the BC Liberal party leadership, effective Aug. 4, and as an MLA. Clark, whose party won the election in May, lost a confidence vote in ...

No leadership run for Langley's Polak - Cloverdale Reporter

Langley MLA Mary Polak has already ruled out the idea of running for the leadership of the B.C. Liberals. “I came to the conclusion that it was not a job I ever wanted,” said the longtime Liberal MLA and cabinet minister. Having seen her friends Gordon ...

Christy Clark says she has no plans to return to politics - TheChronicleHerald.ca

Former B.C. premier Christy Clark says she felt the time was right to stand down as leader of the Liberal party. Clark says she doesn't know what her next career move will be, but adds she is not considering a job in politics. 1:19 Jhonattan Vegas ...

Former BC premier says she had unanimous support from caucus before resigning - The Globe and Mail

Former premier Christy Clark insists she had the unanimous support of her BC Liberal caucus before she announced her intention to leave politics and trigger a search for a new party leader. Ms. Clark, who is stepping down this week both as BC Liberal ...

Christy Clark says it was "time to go" - CFJC Today Kamloops

VANCOUVER — Former B-C premier Christy Clark says she is stepping away from politics to allow the provincial Liberal party to renew itself. She says her decision to resign as head of the B-C Liberals and as an M-L-A will also allow her to spend more ...

Surrey MLAs weigh in on Clark's resignation - Surrey Now-Leader

Surrey MLAs from either side of the political spectrum are thanking former Premier Christy Clark for her public service following her announced resignation last Friday, to take effect Aug. 4. “It takes a lot to get into public life and I want to thank ...