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B.C. Premier Christy Clark announced Monday that her chief of staff Ken Boessenkool has resigned over an “inappropriate incident.”    Read more: http://bc.ctvnews.ca/bc-liberals-chief-of-staff-resigns-over-scandal-1.969383#ixzz27Q8mJDc3

Premier Christy Clark announced Monday that her chief of staff Ken Boessenkool has resigned over an “inappropriate incident.

HEADLINE OR SLOGAN? BC LIBS' FRONT PAGE AD RAISES EYEBROWS

A paid advertisement for the BC Liberals designed to look like the front page of a newspaper is being dismissed as a desperate attempt to mislead voters.

A new study out of the University of British Columbia offers a sobering warning to anyone who’s ever felt like lashing out in frustration at someone working in customer service. It reveals that North Americans customer service agents are much more likely to take revenge against nasty customers than their global counterparts.   Read more: http://bc.ctvnews.ca/thank-you-and-have-a-bad-day-mistreated-b-c-hotel-staff-take-revenge-1.1210403#ixzz2OZqy3riT

A new study out of the University of British Columbia offers a sobering warning to anyone who’s ever felt like lashing out in frustration at someone working in customer service.

The battle's not yet over for Liberal Leader Christy Clark who must now find a way into the provincial legislature after losing her own seat in Tuesday's election. Clark lost her riding of Vancouver-Point Grey to New Democrat David Eby, even though her party won 50 of the legislature's 85 seats.   Read more: http://bc.ctvnews.ca/clark-seeks-way-back-to-legislature-after-losing-seat-1.1284211#ixzz2TU8uItSB

A beaming Christy Clark addressed her party’s surprising election upset Wednesday, attributing pollsters’ failure to predict the outcome to fickle voting intentions.

Charged Surrey Six investigator resigns from RCMP | CTV British Columbia News

The RCMP says a Mountie who helped investigate one of British Columbia's bloodiest gang killings but was later charged with several criminal offences himself has resigned from the force.

British Columbia's election campaign officially starts today with Premier Christy Clark visiting Lt.-Gov. Judith Guichon for formal permission to launch a race that in practice, has been going on for months.  Read more: http://bc.ctvnews.ca/game-on-28-day-b-c-election-campaign-officially-kicks-off-1.1240236#ixzz2QeiMh2Ie

British Columbia's election campaign officially starts today with Premier Christy Clark visiting Lt. Judith Guichon for formal permission to launch a race that in practice, has been going on for months.

High-profile BC Liberal candidate Sukh Dhaliwal says he won't run in the upcoming provincial election after he was charged with six counts of failing to file income taxes.    Read more: http://bc.ctvnews.ca/bc-liberal-candidate-quits-over-income-tax-charges-1.1149227#ixzz2KMRo5P8r

BC Liberal candidate quits over income tax charges

More than two months before British Columbia's provincial election, both the premier and official opposition leader say they're girding for a hard-fought campaign, but among supporters are already showing contrast in how they'll go after the vote.    Read more: http://bc.ctvnews.ca/pre-campaign-events-show-off-difference-in-liberals-ndp-stripes-1.1169911#ixzz2Lw8YoOJr

More than two months before British Columbia's provincial election, both the premier and official opposition leader say they're girding for a hard-fought campaign, but among supporters are already showing contrast in how they'll go after the vote.

About 3,400 workers who help adults and children with disabilities will stage a one-day strike across B.C. Wednesday to press demands for higher wages.    Read more: http://bc.ctvnews.ca/3-400-staff-who-help-disabled-in-b-c-staging-one-day-strike-1.1135898#ixzz2JVXuxvuN

About workers who help adults and children with disabilities will stage a one-day strike across B. Wednesday to press demands for higher wages.

Police chiefs across the country are urging Ottawa to bring controversial Internet surveillance legislation back online, arguing investigations are being handcuffed by outdated laws.    Read more: http://bc.ctvnews.ca/vpd-chief-renews-call-for-internet-surveillance-laws-1.1012527#ixzz2ARci9ibI

Police chiefs across the country are urging Ottawa to bring controversial Internet surveillance legislation back online, arguing investigations are being handcuffed by outdated laws.

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