We’re about a week and a half into the election and the promises have started coming. From the Liberals comes an ambitious PST holiday for the next year and a cut to 3% “until the economy recovers.” And from the NDP a $1.5 billion commitment to long-term care over the next decade.
We look at the campaign promises, other issues and election news, the latest polls and where the campaigns are spending their Facebook ad money.
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- BC Liberals say they would eliminate PST for a year if elected
- NDP failing those with mental health and addictions: Wilkinson
- B.C. NDP promises to permanently boost wages of long-term care workers
- NDP promises to increase student grant program to $4,000, create 2,000 tech spaces
- Horgan promises four new MRIs for Lower Mainland hospitals
- Vaughn Palmer: Horgan dives for cover on Site C woes
- Prominent people demand immediate halt to Site C over stability concerns
- BC Liberal candidate accused of elections fraud
- Cam Brewer appointed Vice Chair by B.C. Greens provincial council and Kim Darwin nominated as B.C. Green Party candidate for Powell River-Sunshine Coast
- ELECTION: Langley Township councillor Eric Woodward withdraws as BC NDP candidate in Langley East
- IPSOS British Columbians are Not Looking for Change
- Leger Decision 2020: Provincial Politics in British Columbia – Leger
- Provincial election campaign kicks off in Saskatchewan
- 338Canada Saskatchewan – Polls and electoral projections
- Senate delays debate on coronavirus benefits bill rushed through House of Commons
- Liberals revive efforts to make Sept. 30 holiday for Indigenous reconciliation
- Erin O’Toole says he supports a ban on conversion therapy — just not the ban the government is proposing