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Election Check-in: BC 2014

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The Tyee team of politics reporters hone in on hot issues in municipal elections around the province.

In This Series

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Vancouver mayoral candidates Kirk LaPointe (NPA), Gregor Robertson (Vision), Meena Wong (COPE)

Vancouver's House Price Crunch: Campaign Pledges and Pitfalls

On the trail as candidates tackle this election's hottest issue.

By Doug Ward, 28 Oct 2014


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Vision's Angry Voter Double Whammy

As COPE and Greens tap populist ire, one winner could be NPA, a party flush with cash from its rail baron president.

By Doug Ward, 10 Nov 2014


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2014 Surrey mayoral candidates

Battleground BC: In Surrey, It's Crime and Development

Dianne Watts' departure leaves tight three-way race in the booming city. An election brief.

By Bob Mackin, 12 Nov 2014


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Burnaby election 2014 candidates

Battleground BC: Burnaby Race Powered by Pipelines

Two main challengers duke it out. An election brief.

By Bob Mackin, 12 Nov 2014


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Squamish mayoral candidates

Battleground BC: In Squamish, LNG Debate Looms over Vote

Plant 'not worth it,' says challenger Patricia Heinztman. An election brief.

By Bob Mackin, 13 Nov 2014


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Qualicum Beach

Divisive Development Not Just Vancouver's Election Issue

In small Vancouver Island towns, zoning and building battles perennially dominate.

By Andrew MacLeod, 13 Nov 2014


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Lyn Hall

In Prince George, a Tight Race as Tough Issues Loom

Candidates strive to distance selves from outgoing pro-business regime's fiascos.

By Peter Ewart, 14 Nov 2014


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Vancouver mayoral candidates Kirk LaPointe (NPA), Gregor Robertson (Vision), Meena Wong (COPE)

Battleground BC: In Vancouver, a Mayor's Hat-trick at Stake

Two determined challengers flank the incumbent Gregor. An election briefing.

By Bob Mackin, 14 Nov 2014


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Questions

Vancouver Election: The Tyee's Four Big Questions

Where do the major parties stand on our issues? We asked, they answered.

By Katie Hyslop, 14 Nov 2014


Never Mind Trump: Worry About His Supporters

Nuclear war has moved from unthinkable to possible — and Trump’s political army thinks that’s fine.

By Crawford Kilian