Voters Vox is your chance to pitch us a story idea from the campaign.
As Belle Puri reports, a viewer in North Vancouver wants to know
more about the issue of education funding, an issue that's generating
all kinds of accusations, concerns, claims and counter claims.
It's the final week of the B.C. election campaign, and the tone
has been getting increasingly nasty. Both of the major parties have
adopted a negative campaign, and both are accusing each other of
Health care was on the agenda of both major party leaders on the
campaign trial today. Gordon Campbell said a re-elected Liberal
government would give Delta's hospital one million dollars towards
its expansion plans. And he promised to accelerate a review of health
facilities in Surrey, saying it could lead to an expansion of Surrey
Memorial Hospital, or a new hospital by 2008. In the interior, NDP
leader Carole James was repeating her pledge to create 6,000 long-term
care beds over five years.
on Sunshine Coast
The provincial Green Party figures it has the best shot yet, of
getting one of its members elected to the legislature. It cites
increasing environmental concerns and positive feedback after the
leaders' debate. But as Canada Now's Chris Brown reports, even some
sympathetic voters admit they're reluctant to vote Green.
and Judy at home
Reporter Bob Nixon sits down to talk with former B.C. Liberal leader,
and ex-NDP cabinet minister Gordon Wilson and his partner Judy Tyabji.