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Infrastructure promises underscored NDP wins in Surrey

Infrastructure promises underscored NDP wins in Surrey

Seven of nine ridings in Surrey went to the NDP, which seems poised to win a majority government after Saturday’s general provincial election
Horgan calls lieutenant governor, says he'll wait for the final count

Horgan calls lieutenant governor, says he'll wait for the final count

After the BC NDP majority government victory last night, NDP Leader John Horgan said he was going to wait for the final counting before asking Lieutenant Governor Janet Austin to form government.
Pandemic made 2020 election unprecedented, yet it echoed elements of 1953 and 1996

Pandemic made 2020 election unprecedented, yet it echoed elements of 1953 and 1996

NDP win a plurality of votes for first time since 1991
Wilkinson doesn’t concede election

Wilkinson doesn’t concede election

BC Liberal Leader waiting for final count of thousands of mail-in ballots
Horgan ‘grateful’ election over; no victory declared

Horgan ‘grateful’ election over; no victory declared

At the time of writing, the BC NDP is projected to form a majority government
Green incumbents Sonia Furstenau, Adam Olsen declared elected

Green incumbents Sonia Furstenau, Adam Olsen declared elected

Election night results suggest Greens lose Oak Bay but pick up West Vancouver-Sea-to-Sky
BC NDP poised to form government once again after polls close

BC NDP poised to form government once again after polls close

Election officials are tallying day-of and advance voting ballots, but a surge in mail-in ballots means final results won’t be known until mid-November
COVID infections in B.C. remain at elevated levels on Friday with 223 new cases

COVID infections in B.C. remain at elevated levels on Friday with 223 new cases

The number of new daily COVID-19 cases in B.C. remains elevated, reaching 223 in the last 24 hours, provincial health officials said Friday afternoon.
B.C. records 274 new COVID-19 cases – fourth record high in last six days

B.C. records 274 new COVID-19 cases – fourth record high in last six days

Average new daily cases in October so far is more than 145, or more than six times that of July
B.C. politicians should lift mute button on China’s human rights: top critic

B.C. politicians should lift mute button on China’s human rights: top critic

“Today, there's just no excuse for having your head that far in the sand and yet, you know, we still have too many politicians that do” - MP Garnett Genuis
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