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I was a teenage vote-splitter

I was a teenage vote-splitter

Why I’m voting No to Proportional Representation
Vancouver should do more to attract and retain top talent

Vancouver should do more to attract and retain top talent

In a mobile industry like tech, recruiting doesn't stop - ever
The Price is Right: Objection Overruled

The Price is Right: Objection Overruled

Trials and tribulations facing legal aid in British Columbia
What about #whataboutism

What about #whataboutism

The epidemic of deflection and finger-pointing is undermining public discourse. It needs to stop.
Off the Cluff: Chris Gardner

Off the Cluff: Chris Gardner

Rick Cluff sits down with a man becoming accustomed to playing David to the provincial government's Goliath
Kelowna, 13 years later

Kelowna, 13 years later

Canada’s 21st Prime Minister Paul Martin on the Kelowna Accord – why he worked so hard on it, and what it might have accomplished
The Big Lie

The Big Lie

John Winter: British Columbians are being sold a bill of goods
Bill C-69 will hurt Canada and Canadian workers

Bill C-69 will hurt Canada and Canadian workers

The federal government's proposed changes to the environmental approvals process will only deter investment and harm Canadian workers
Surrey’s municipal election – and what it means

Surrey’s municipal election – and what it means

They weren’t on the ballot, but Shinder Purewal says the NDP should worry about Surrey First’s defeat nonetheless
Off the Cluff: Troy Lanigan

Off the Cluff: Troy Lanigan

As the CEO of the Canadian Taxpayers Federation prepares to step down, he sits down with Rick Cluff