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What Drove Christy Clark to Live Her 'Public Life'? -

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'I am done with public life,' says Christy Clark in 1st public statement since announcing resignation -

Clark is stepping down as leader of the B.C. Liberal Party after failing to win a majority in May election. Lisa Johnson · CBC News · Posted: Jul 31, 2017 10:52 AM PT | Last Updated: July 31, 2017. 'It's going to be cool," said Christy Clark's son ...and more »

'I feel like I get to be me again': Resigned BC Premier Christy Clark talks with Postmedia News - Vancouver Sun

Christy Clark woke early Friday morning, summoned her old friend and most trusted political adviser to her side and took a long walk along the Penticton waterfront to decide her political future. The sun was rising over Okanagan Lake at 5:30 a.m., when ...and more »

Christy Clark says she's 'done with public life' after resigning as BC Liberal leader - Toronto Star

VANCOUVER—Former British Columbia premier Christy Clark says a disappointing finish on election night had her feeling like she should leave politics, but her head didn't catch up with her heart until shortly before she told her caucus of her decision ...and more »

NDP fires BC LNG advocate Gordon Wilson from $150K job -

Former B.C. Liberal leader Gordon Wilson has been fired from his post as the province's LNG advocate. Jobs, Trade and Technology Minister Bruce Ralston says the NDP government reviewed Wilson's position and couldn't find any evidence of written ...and more »

Liberal leader Christy Clark is 'done with public life' - Vancouver Courier

Reporters got the full Christy Clark at her final news conference Monday as leader of the B.C. Liberals: She was characteristically upbeat, predictably partisan and, at times, philosophical about her six-and-a-half years as premier of a province now ...and more »

Mike Smyth: For Christy Clark, it was a great party while it lasted - The Province

You could tell Christy Clark was destined for big things in the B.C. Liberal party when she used to host the best hospitality suites during annual Liberal conventions. This was back in the 1990s, when Clark was the sharpest, fiercest, youngest critic ...and more »

High-profile figures mull bids to replace Clark as BC Liberal leader - The Globe and Mail

A former Vancouver mayor, a onetime high-profile journalist and B.C.'s former transportation minister are among the caucus members who say they are considering bids to replace Christy Clark as party leader. In interviews over the weekend, Sam Sullivan, ...and more »

BC Liberals need to move fast to replace Christy Clark, experts say - National Post

In the aftermath of the British Columbia election, experts say two things are clear for the provincial Liberals: Yes, it was the throne speech that doomed former leader Christy Clark; and her replacement had better come quick. “I think it speaks ...and more »

Gordon Wilson defends his job performance after being fired by NDP - Vancouver Sun

VICTORIA – B.C.'s new NDP government fired former Liberal leader Gordon Wilson from a well-paid advisory job on Tuesday, citing a lack of written work. But Wilson argued that was not a true measurement of his performance. Jobs Minister Bruce Ralston ...and more »