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Les Leyne: What John Rustad is pitching: Tax cuts, addiction treatment, nuclear power, fire Bonnie Henry

Les Leyne: What John Rustad is pitching: Tax cuts, addiction treatment, nuclear power, fire Bonnie Henry

B.C. Conservative leader said he’s offering a “common sense” approach to governing
Les Leyne: Could the upstart B.C. Conservatives swallow BC United whole?

Les Leyne: Could the upstart B.C. Conservatives swallow BC United whole?

Starting from nothing just 14 months ago, John Rustad now has four MLAs and a wide lead over BC United in the polls
Les Leyne: Retiring MLAs leave on high notes

Les Leyne: Retiring MLAs leave on high notes

The next legislature will look significantly different, no matter who wins.
Les Leyne: Unite-the-right idea is still on the table

Les Leyne: Unite-the-right idea is still on the table

BC United and Conservative Party of B.C. are building separate teams to fight an election at the same time they are willing to listen to people urging them to come together
Les Leyne: Tired of arguing, NDP cuts off debate on bill that reduces power of lawyers

Les Leyne: Tired of arguing, NDP cuts off debate on bill that reduces power of lawyers

The NDP have unilaterally declared debates over multiple times in the past few years.
Les Leyne: Conservatives ending legislature session with growth spurt

Les Leyne: Conservatives ending legislature session with growth spurt

Conservatives were a small club out on the fringes before BC United Leader Kevin Falcon decided one of his veteran northern MLA’s skepticism about the cause of climatechange was reason enough to escort him out the door.
Les Leyne: Health workers vaccine mandate back in play

Les Leyne: Health workers vaccine mandate back in play

Justice Simon Coval rejected arguments that the vaccination requirement violates people’s religious or conscientious beliefs
Les Leyne: ICBC rebate is a good idea because NDP says so

Les Leyne: ICBC rebate is a good idea because NDP says so

A cabinet order coming very shortly will send the rebate idea to the B.C. Utilities Commission and give it 10 days to review whether this is the best possible use of $400 million.
Les Leyne: B.C.'s drug decriminalization experiment fizzles out

Les Leyne: B.C.'s drug decriminalization experiment fizzles out

Taking action implies moving forward, but the B.C. government is going backward and capitulating on decriminalization
Les Leyne: World Cup overrun? Don't go there

Les Leyne: World Cup overrun? Don't go there

Original estimates on major public projects are like jottings of what a crayoned elementary-school mural might cost, before it turns into a giant diamond-encrusted tapestry of spun gold.