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Updated: Former Green leader makes pit stop with Trudeau in Steveston (video)

Updated: Former Green leader makes pit stop with Trudeau in Steveston (video)

Steveston-Richmond East Green party candidate believes a sustainable economic plan would move away from increased consumption.
B.C. ridings see up to 40% decline in polling locations

B.C. ridings see up to 40% decline in polling locations

Fewer polling locations in many B.C. ridings could mean travelling significantly further to cast your ballot this federal election.
Where do Canada's political parties stand on climate change?

Where do Canada's political parties stand on climate change?

Reading through pages of party platforms can be time-consuming. We break down each party's stance on specific issues tied to climate change.
Gibsons all-candidates meeting becomes virtual at last minute

Gibsons all-candidates meeting becomes virtual at last minute

Some candidates concerned that one candidate was unvaccinated
Sechelt all-candidates meeting will be held in person

Sechelt all-candidates meeting will be held in person

Attendees must show proof of vaccination or tune in virtually
Federal candidates address Coast’s water crisis

Federal candidates address Coast’s water crisis

As the Town of Gibsons began sharing water with the Sunshine Coast Regional District (SCRD) on Sept.
Federal election polling stations fewer and farther between, Elections Canada says

Federal election polling stations fewer and farther between, Elections Canada says

Pandemic means many schools not available
Eight candidates confirmed for Coast

Eight candidates confirmed for Coast

Three more people have thrown their names into the ring for the federal election, as eight candidates were confirmed for the West Vancouver-Sunshine Coast-Sea to Sky Country riding. On Monday, Aug.
Debate heats up as candidates draw party lines

Debate heats up as candidates draw party lines

Four candidates in the West Vancouver-Sunshine Coast-Sea to Sky Country riding attended Aug. 30 event
Masks will be mandatory in B.C. for in-person voting on election day

Masks will be mandatory in B.C. for in-person voting on election day

Maskless voters without a medical exemption will need to apply for mail-in ballot, Elections Canada notes.
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