I volunteered in the B.C. election in Abbotsford South district and had a very bad experience - they hired persons to do supervisory work who were not qualified or able to perform the work.
The Cycling4Diversity team began its four-day journey this morning, and will pedal from Victoria and finish our trek in Abbotsford on May 24.
As the political players shift in B.C. ridings, many of the departing MLAs won't be leaving empty-handed for their years of public service.
Pollsters and pundits were among the losers on May 14 as their predictions of New Democrat victory melted away by election day, when the B.C. Liberals earned their fourth consecutive win.
The Editor, -- Re: "Red revels, orange aghast," the Now, May 16.
Well, I was wrong. Along with pretty much everyone else (with the exception of a small B.C. Liberal party campaign brain trust) I thought the election last week was going to produce a result exactly the opposite of what actually happened.
A Cloverdale teenager is hoping that people with "swag" will take a stand against bullying.
What really happened in the B.C. election? -- ? Your View Last week's question, results.
There is room in the pool for kids who want to try an Olympic sport this spring and summer.
The person at the helm when Trinity Western University began in 1961 has died.
Some attribute the astounding BC Liberal election win to the success of their ads attacking the NDP. But those ads only worked because the public has a lingering unease about the NDP, the ghosts of its socialist history, and its ties to the labour unions.
Fort Langley was the scene of arguably the grand-daddy of all May Day celebrations in B.C. on Victoria Day Monday.
The poll that came closest to calling the result right in last Tuesday's provincial election was still wildly wrong. A Forum Research poll done six days before the vote showed a mere two-point gap between the Liberals and the NDP. Of course, it still had the NDP out in front, not losing by almost five per cent in the popular vote and 17 seats in the Legislature.
What do CBC Radio 3 personality Grant Lawrence, Vancouver punk rocker Joey Keithley and Old Yale Brewing Company have in common?
"Clearly the public had something in mind they weren't sharing with the pollsters."
NEARLY all of the spots on the starting line for Monday's North Shore Triathlon have been sold out for more than a month and now all that's left is for the racers to dive in and start swimming.
AS mentioned last column, we're into Agave Week (May 1924), which culminates in the International Tequila Expo (May 24, Hyatt Regency, 6-9 p.m.), that benefits B.C. Hospitality Foundation.
FOLLOWING Tuesday's provincial election, B.C. is finally slated to get some dependable poles.
A prominent ballet company is scrambling to find a location for its annual production of the Nutcracker after its contract was cancelled with the Centre in Vancouver for Performing Arts.