Sun reporter Miro Cernetig profiles a few British Columbians worth watching. Surprise, they’re not just Conservatives.
Three-way races mean NDP, Tories both under attack.
Rebirth of terminals to serve cruise and container ships promises an economic boost across northern B.C.
Political analysts say the federal Liberal party’s “new deal” for cities and its high-profile B.C. candidates are likely two reasons there are now Liberals in eight urban B.C. ridings, compared with five before the election.
PM appoints party president to run in Robinson riding.
Former NDP premier Ujjal Dosanjh and prominent businessman David Emerson lead a list of high-profile British Columbians ready to form a federal Liberal dream team for the 2004 election.
B.C. might be headed for one lively campaign as the federal Liberals replace some of the party’s old guard with Martin supporters, creating fierce nomination battles in the Lower Mainland.
CPR agrees to trim millions off cost of West Coast Express.
MARK MARISSEN has unnetted himself from four years as Fisheries Minister David Anderson’s executive assistant to found the Burrard Communications firm.