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Gord Johns, the incumbent MP for the Courtenay-Alberni riding, went to Ottawa in 2015 believing that members of minority parties could get things done in the Canadian Parliament. And, he says, he proved it was true.
Jonah Gowans, a 26-year-old political junkie, will represent the new generation of federal Liberals in Courtenay-Alberni
Jonah Gowans will run for the Liberal Party of Canada in the Courtenay-Alberni riding
FromWikipedia By George Le Masurier ane Philpott, who was expelled from the federal Liberal Paty caucus this week, along with Jody Wilson-Raybould, spoke about the affair on CBC Radio this Morning. Asked by Anna...
North Island-Powell River Green Party members have vetted candidates for the upcoming October federal election
As of 8.20 a.m. Wednesday morning, 34.2 percent of registered voters in British Columbia had returned ballots in the referendum on electoral reform.
Newly-elected Courtenay Mayor Bob Wells has been elected to chair the Comox Valley Regional District board. Arzeena Hamir was elected as vice-chair.
A former Comox Valley resident who now lives in New Zealand, which uses the mixed-member version of proportional representation, answers three common arguments against voting in favor of electoral reform in BC
Chris Hilliar writes about ‘relational voting,’ which he learns is a simple concept – friends talking to friends. And without the individual’s participation democracy unravels.