BC Election 2017

B.C. Liberal Social Development Minister Michelle Stilwell (Black Press files)

B.C. Liberals plan to restrict donations, raise welfare rates

Throne speech set for Thursday, government would fall on opposition vote

B.C. Liberal Social Development Minister Michelle Stilwell (Black Press files)
Premier Christy Clark takes cabinet oath from Lt. Gov. Judith Guichon last week, along with 21 ministers. (TOM FLETCHER/BLACK PRESS)

Skookum bucks for B.C. Liberals

Wait until you see Christy Clark’s next money move

Premier Christy Clark takes cabinet oath from Lt. Gov. Judith Guichon last week, along with 21 ministers. (TOM FLETCHER/BLACK PRESS)
B.C. Liberal house leader Mike de Jong is sworn in by Lt. Gov. Judith Guichon Monday. (B.C. GOVERNMENT)

B.C. Liberals could stall all summer, Weaver warns

Mike de Jong says NDP-Green deal ‘very much in doubt’

B.C. Liberal house leader Mike de Jong is sworn in by Lt. Gov. Judith Guichon Monday. (B.C. GOVERNMENT)
UPDATE: Horgan, Weaver cry foul on speaker stance

UPDATE: Horgan, Weaver cry foul on speaker stance

Demand Premier Christy Clark cooperate with opposition

UPDATE: Horgan, Weaver cry foul on speaker stance
NDP leader John Horgan and Victoria MLAs Carole James and Rob Fleming visit a townhouse project with units set aside for below-market housing, built in 1996. (TOM FLETCHER/BLACK PRESS)

John Horgan protests delay in housing reform

Christy Clark renews warning about Site C delays

NDP leader John Horgan and Victoria MLAs Carole James and Rob Fleming visit a townhouse project with units set aside for below-market housing, built in 1996. (TOM FLETCHER/BLACK PRESS)
Site C dam delay would be disaster for John Horgan’s NDP

Site C dam delay would be disaster for John Horgan’s NDP

Putting off Peace River diversion would cost $630 million

Site C dam delay would be disaster for John Horgan’s NDP
Site C dam delay would be disaster for John Horgan’s NDP

Site C dam delay would be disaster for John Horgan’s NDP

Putting off Peace River diversion would cost $630 million

Site C dam delay would be disaster for John Horgan’s NDP
B.C. Liberal house leader Mike de Jong and Premier Christy Clark speak after MLAs took their oaths of office last week. (TOM FLETCHER/BLACK PRESS)                                Premier Christy Clark takes oath of office from Lt. Gov. Judith Guichon at ceremony for cabinet ministers in Victoria Monday (TOM FLETCHER/BLACK PRESS)

‘Urban agenda’ means no transit referendum

Christy Clark’s new cabinet may not last long

B.C. Liberal house leader Mike de Jong and Premier Christy Clark speak after MLAs took their oaths of office last week. (TOM FLETCHER/BLACK PRESS)                                Premier Christy Clark takes oath of office from Lt. Gov. Judith Guichon at ceremony for cabinet ministers in Victoria Monday (TOM FLETCHER/BLACK PRESS)
Pipeline, dam await B.C. government direction

Pipeline, dam await B.C. government direction

Christy Clark says no deal for government to face early vote

Pipeline, dam await B.C. government direction
B.C. Green MLAs Sonia Furstenau, Andrew Weaver and Adam Olsen joke with reporters before taking their oath of office at the B.C. legislature Wednesday (TOM FLETCHER/BLACK PRESS)

B.C. Green MLAs take oath of office

B.C. Liberals, NDP sworn in Thursday to prepare for minority

B.C. Green MLAs Sonia Furstenau, Andrew Weaver and Adam Olsen joke with reporters before taking their oath of office at the B.C. legislature Wednesday (TOM FLETCHER/BLACK PRESS)
B.C. legislature to resume June 22 for crucial vote

B.C. legislature to resume June 22 for crucial vote

Throne speech to follow, defeat of B.C. Liberals expected

B.C. legislature to resume June 22 for crucial vote
Premier Christy Clark and BC Hydro CEO Jessica McDonald at announcement to proceed with Site C dam on the Peace River, 2015. (BC GOVERNMENT)

$1.75 billion spent on Site C so far

BC Hydro details risks of delay with $60 million a month being spent

Premier Christy Clark and BC Hydro CEO Jessica McDonald at announcement to proceed with Site C dam on the Peace River, 2015. (BC GOVERNMENT)
Clark warns of $600 million delay to Site C dam

Clark warns of $600 million delay to Site C dam

NDP leader John Horgan says Clark’s claims ‘unsupported’

Clark warns of $600 million delay to Site C dam
Premier Christy Clark and Lt. Gov. Judith Guichon meet at the B.C. legislature for presentation of the last Speech from the Throne, Feb. 14, 2017. (ARNOLD LIM/BLACK PRESS)

Plot thickens at Victoria castle

Shades of Downton Abbey in fall of Christy Clark government

Premier Christy Clark and Lt. Gov. Judith Guichon meet at the B.C. legislature for presentation of the last Speech from the Throne, Feb. 14, 2017. (ARNOLD LIM/BLACK PRESS)
Inside the NDP-Green governing agreement

Inside the NDP-Green governing agreement

Raise carbon tax, cut MSP premiums and raise minimum wage to $15

Inside the NDP-Green governing agreement
Christy Clark to stay on as B.C. premier

Christy Clark to stay on as B.C. premier

Clark addressed her supporters in Vancouver

Christy Clark to stay on as B.C. premier
NDP leader John Horgan hugs caucus chair Shane Simpson as the NDP caucus gathers to endorse an agreement with the B.C. Greens to support a minority government. (Tom Fletcher/Black Press)

NDP prepares for chance at governing

Deal with B.C. Green Party depends on Christy Clark’s defeat or resignation

NDP leader John Horgan hugs caucus chair Shane Simpson as the NDP caucus gathers to endorse an agreement with the B.C. Greens to support a minority government. (Tom Fletcher/Black Press)
VIDEO: BC NDP and Green Party intend to form minority government

VIDEO: BC NDP and Green Party intend to form minority government

The leaders of the BC Greens and the BC NDP agree to work together

VIDEO: BC NDP and Green Party intend to form minority government
Christy Clark speaks at wood pellet shipping facility in North Vancouver during the election campaign. North Vancouver-Lonsdale was one one of the seats the B.C. Liberals lost on May 9. (Black Press)

Yes, Christy Clark won the election

Even without Greens’ support, B.C. Liberals will attempt to govern

Christy Clark speaks at wood pellet shipping facility in North Vancouver during the election campaign. North Vancouver-Lonsdale was one one of the seats the B.C. Liberals lost on May 9. (Black Press)
Lt. Governor Judith Guichon’s role is ceremonial, except in times of minority when she may be called upon to decide if a new election is needed. (Black Press files)

ELECTION 2017: B.C. will have first minority government in 64 years

Negotiations between parties may determine if B.C. Liberals can continue

Lt. Governor Judith Guichon’s role is ceremonial, except in times of minority when she may be called upon to decide if a new election is needed. (Black Press files)