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Published: 2017-04-27T08:45:53Z


Housing, Jobs, Political Donations Spark BC Election Debate Battles


Weaver takes larger role as leaders face off for second time.

Please Advise! Who Won the TV Debate? And Does It Matter?


Tyee’s spin doctor on the squabbles, whines, and the ‘knockout blows’ that, well, Donald Trump, so...

Canada’s Methane Leakage Massively Under-reported, Studies Find


New data shows ‘fracking and LNG industry is a much dirtier industry than it is made out to be.’

Why I’m Voting Green This Election


Fed up with Blue and Orange ‘partyocracy,’ I’m choosing real change.

Tyee Story on ‘Ethnoburbs’ Nominated for National Award


Christopher Cheung’s dive into changing suburbs up for best short feature.

Adult Education Cuts a ‘Social Justice Crisis’


Critics say proposal to close Vancouver centres latest move to reduce access to education; NDP and Greens vow to restore funding.

BC Watchdog Publishes Ebook Detailing Political Donation Gravy Train


Where do those tens of millions in donations to BC Liberals come from? Dermod Travis sheds some light.

The Residential Tenancy Act Isn’t Helping Landlords or Tenants


In fact, advocates in both camps agree: loopholes and underfunding hurt everyone.

Tyee Readers Think Horgan Won the Last Debate, Despite Reservations about ‘Constant Interrupting’


Readers share reflections as another debate looms.

‘I’m with Herb’… Not Her? North Coast Liberal Stresses that He Is Not Christy Clark


At candidates’ debate, Herb Pond reminds voters his party’s leader ‘is not on the ballot.’ He is.

The Housing Crisis: You Are Invited to a Candidates’ Debate Wednesday


Come hear the parties defend their positions at 5 p.m. at Robson Square.

Not Easy Being Green? Examining the Party’s Contradictions


From lack of ‘concern’ about Liberal re-election to campaign finance, I ask them the tough questions.

Fact Check: To Whom Is BC Paying Interest on Its Ballooning Debt?


Okay, this one’s wonky. But it keys off a Clark talking point we’ve heard more than once.

Every Party Promises Jobs, but What Kind of Jobs?


Quality over quantity, says SFU prof Peter Hall, noting job ‘is a very slippery word.’

LNG Exports Pose a Threat to Domestic Jobs, Warn US Manufacturers


Meanwhile, Australia rattled by its LNG-triggered energy crisis.