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May 5, 2017

Say Anything John Flip Flops in Final Days

Vancouver – With four days before British Columbians choose a new government, the BC NDP’s John Horgan is trying to sneak a new ride sharing position past voters. Late last night, Horgan issued a short statement saying he’s changed his mind and the BC NDP now support introducing the service this year. “In March, John Read More…

May 4, 2017

Senior NDP Candidate Calls Delta “Nowhere”

  At an all-candidate debate last night, senior NDP candidate David Eby let slip what the NDP really thinks about those in Delta and other communities South of the Fraser – calling the George Massey Tunnel replacement bridge “a bridge to nowhere”. “We finally have an answer as to why the BC NDP could possibly Read More…

May 4, 2017

Horgan’s Series of Sneaky Tax Hikes

Vancouver – With five days left to go, the list of tax hikes John Horgan is planning to sneak in is growing. “People are looking for direct answers to what the parties plan to do and they don’t want any sneaky tax hikes from the BC NDP,” said Today’s BC Liberal candidate Andrew Wilkinson. “John Read More…

May 3, 2017

Horgan’s South of 50 Tour Skips Local Debates

  LANGFORD – Though he’s spent all but two days of the campaign south of the 50th parallel, including several visits to the South Island, John Horgan has yet to attend an all-candidates forum in his own riding of Langford-Juan de Fuca. “I was looking forward to debating key local and regional issues with John, Read More…

May 3, 2017

TODAY’S BC LIBERALS WILL ADD NEW STEM SEATS TO UFV

  ABBOTSFORD – With 1000 new Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) graduates coming to the province by 2022, Today’s BC Liberals candidate Mike de Jong announced today that the University of Fraser Valley will receive 40 new seats as part of the plan. “Today’s BC Liberals believe in helping students across the province access Read More…

May 3, 2017

Horgan Will Repeal Referendum Legislation, Introduce New Taxes

Vancouver – The BC NDP’s John Horgan has promised to repeal the legislation that prevented a regional sales tax from being imposed on Lower Mainland voters in 2015. Instead, he will let new taxes be imposed on Lower Mainland residents by the stroke of Gregor Robertson’s pen. “In 2015, Lower Mainland voters rejected a regional Read More…

May 3, 2017

Crushing it: Today’s BC Liberals support BC wine success

LAKE COUNTRY – Speaking at Gray Monk Estate Winery, Premier Christy Clark highlighted the success of BC’s wine industry and laid out Today’s BC Liberals’ plans to continue the growth of the province’s wineries, craft breweries, cideries, and distilleries. “BC’s wine industry has grown by leaps and bounds, creating thousands of jobs and attracting millions Read More…

May 3, 2017

Horgan Puts Squeeze On Middle Class With Tax Hikes

VANCOUVER – Though he doesn’t think an election is the time to debate issues, John Horgan did let slip who he plans to whack with tax hikes. Speaking to the Vancouver Sun editorial board, Horgan claimed he won’t raise taxes on low and middle class income earners. But how does Horgan define middle class? “Well, Read More…