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BC Liberal leader lobbied for a notorious American polluter, who ended up receiving an environmental hall pass from the province

By ThinkPol Staff The recently-elected BC Liberal reader once lobbied on behalf of a US company notorious for pollution, and the province ended up granting the energy company a hall pass to set up a facility in British Columbia bypassing

BC Liberals gave millions in tax rebates to scam company whose assets are being confiscated

By ThinkPol Staff British Columbia’s director of civil forfeiture is taking action to confiscate properties and bank accounts associated with a fraudulent Vancouver financial company, which received million in tax rebates under the former BC Liberal government. The director is

Richmond realtor helps daughter make $205,000 profit through misconduct, receives $5,000 fine

By ThinkPol Staff A Richmond, BC realtor who helped her daughter make a $205,000 profit flipping a house obtained while committing professional misconduct has been fined $5,000 and will face no licence suspension. The Real Estate Council of BC found

BC Attorney General calls on BC Liberal leader to release suppressed 2014 ICBC report

By ThinkPol Staff British Columbia’s Attorney General is calling on the newly elected BC Liberal Party leader Andrew Wilkinson to show leadership and release the original 2014 ICBC report the former BC Liberal government hid from the public. The BC

How Pemberton Music Festival continues to hammer Pandora

By Drew Penner It’s the season when artists are prepping their applications for music festival installation grants, food vendors are planning their merchandise offerings and headliners are cooking up those tracks they hope will dominate the airspace. But as event

Opinion: Robertson is out, here are five reasons Mayor Corrigan shouldn’t seek re-election as well

By Zachary Paradis Recently, Mayor of Vancouver Gregor Robertson announced his intention not to seek re-election in the upcoming municipal elections. After ten years, the shine of Vancouver’s progressive mayor had begun to wane under years of accumulated baggage. From

BC Green leader to prod government into seizing homes of money launderers, tax evaders, real estate racketeers

By Drew Penner The BC Green party wants the province to start seizing the homes of foreign buyers involved in criminal activity as the NDP government waffles on the legality of such a move. In response to a ThinkPol article

Will Kelowna West forgive BC Liberal candidate who traded seat with Christy Clark for cushy job in China?

By Nick Valka The bad taste left in Kelowna West voters’ mouths after Christy Clark’s “parachuting” into the riding seems to be a major factor influencing the electorate’s voting decision for the upcoming by-election. Residents of the Kelowna West electoral

Visions of BC Liberal Future on Display at Tonight’s Debate

By Drew Penner Just after 6:30 p.m. tonight Andrew Wilkinson tweeted a wide-angle shot in social-media-friendly orange, green and black of a political social he used to get revved up for an impending debate he hopes will enlighten British Columbians

BC can legally seize lawbreaking foreign buyers’ homes, lawyer says

By ThinkPol Staff British Columbia government can legally seize the homes of a group of foreign buyers whose immigration fraud, tax evasion, and money laundering, money laundering and a host of other illegal activities came to light in a recent