Topic: b.c. votes 2017

Christy Clark: a career timeline of B.C.'s 35th premier

For more than two decades, Christy Clark has been a prominent part of British Columbia's politics — whether in government, opposition or out of office.

Timeline: the B.C. Election that took 52 days

From the polls closing to Guichon's announcement, a look back at how we got here.

Liberals and NDP retool staff in lead-up to government transition

The B.C. Liberals are trimming their staff as they get set to move from government to opposition. In a memo to staff, Premier Christy Clark announced Nick Koolsbergen as the B.C. Liberal caucus's chief of staff.

NDP Leader John Horgan to be sworn in as B.C. premier July 18

NDP Leader John Horgan will officially be sworn in as the 36th premier of British Columbia on July 18. The premier-designate will be sworn in alongside his new cabinet in a ceremony at Government House in Victoria.

John Horgan formally introduces motion of non-confidence in B.C. Liberal government

Seven weeks and a day after the polls closed in British Columbia's provincial election, the end stage has officially begun, but its conclusion is still uncertain.

NDP to introduce throne speech confidence motion Monday, vote likely Thursday

British Columbia's New Democrats say they will introduce an amended motion Monday that aims to defeat Premier Christy Clark's minority Liberal government.

B.C. Liberal throne speech lays out ambitious vision borrowing from NDP and Green platforms

The B.C. Liberals are proposing dozens of new ideas not included in their election platform in a wide-ranging speech from the throne.

Christy Clark's Liberals deliver throne speech at 2:15 p.m.

More than six weeks after the provincial election, B.C. MLAs are back in Victoria ready to begin a new legislative session.

Speaker speculation: why the next step in B.C. politics hinges on one position

Unless you are the nerdiest of political nerds, before May 2017 you probably hadn't spent much time thinking about who would be the next speaker in B.C.'s Legislature.

B.C. Premier Christy Clark and cabinet sworn in

The new ministers may only be on the job for a few weeks, but today B.C. Premier Christy Clark brought several new faces into her cabinet — while it lasts.

Climate of uncertainty a strange backdrop for Liberal, NDP swearing-in ceremonies

Christy Clark reiterated that she doesn't expect to be B.C. premier much longer, with a confidence vote likely soon after the B.C. Legislature returns on June 22.

Andrew Weaver, John Horgan and Christy Clark to receive apology from government leaders in northern B.C.

The North Central Local Government Association is apologizing for a letter it sent to B.C.'s lieutenant-governor, expressing concern over the constitutionality of an agreement between the provincial NDP and Green Party leaders.

Historic Handshake: NDP-Green pact a first in Canadian history

The One Thing is an original CBC podcast that takes on the big issue that made headlines in the 2017 B.C. election. In episode six, CBC reporter Richard Zussman looks at the historic deal signed by NDP Leader John Horgan and Green Party Leader Andrew Weaver.

NDP Leader John Horgan confident none of his MLAs will join Liberals

NDP Leader John Horgan says he is confident his MLAs will remain loyal and none of them will leave the NDP to join the Liberals.

7 things to watch for next in B.C. politics

Following B.C politics in recent weeks has been a lot like riding a roller coaster — it's hard to know what twists and turns to expect. So we've put together this quick guide to seven things that could happen next in B.C. politics.

NDP-Green alliance to focus on electoral reform, stopping Kinder Morgan and banning big money

The NDP and Greens have agreed to work together to ban union and corporate donations, hold a referendum on electoral reform and to stop the Kinder Morgan pipeline expansion.

B.C. Green Party agrees to support NDP in the legislature

The B.C. Green Party has agreed to support the NDP in the legislature, setting up the possibility of 16 years of Liberal rule coming to a dramatic end.

Formal governing arrangement 'very close,' says B.C. Green Party Leader Andrew Weaver

B.C. Green Party Leader Andrew Weaver says his party is "very, very close" to announcing a more formal governing arrangement, following the final results of the election earlier this week.

Christy Clark gets 1st chance to govern — but how long can it last?

The B.C. election is over and Premier Christy Clark is back at work running the province. But things are far from normal.

Uncertainty the word as B.C. political parties wrestle for power

Green Party Leader Andrew Weaver heads a party with just three MLAs, but those three votes are the difference between either the B.C. Liberals or the NDP having enough support to pass legislation.

Why a B.C. Green-NDP coalition is no slam dunk

As British Columbians await the final results of their recent election, a coalition of groups is once again calling on the Greens and NDP to work together to form government.

Day 2 of B.C. election final count ends with NDP leading by 101 votes in Courtenay-Comox

British Columbia will have to wait at least one more day for the final result in the 2017 provincial election.

Liberals take 3 vote lead in Courtenay-Comox as absentee ballots are tallied

The B.C. Liberals are leading by three votes in the riding of Courtenay-Comox. But only 137 of 2,077 absentee ballots have been counted and entered into Elections BC's online system.

NDP lead grows to 13 votes following recount in Courtenay-Comox

The B.C. NDP's lead has grown to 13 votes following a recount in the riding of Courtenay-Comox. NDP candidate Ronna Rae Leonard now leads 10,056 to 10,043 over Liberal candidate Jim Benninger.
In Depth

B.C.'s provincial election result rests in the hands of 1 riding

When the votes from the B.C. provincial election were tallied on May 9, the riding of Courtenay-Comox was decided by just nine votes. A reversal during the recount would give the BC Liberals a majority.