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Wilkinson concedes in B.C. provincial election

Wilkinson concedes in B.C. provincial election

Hundreds of thousands of votes have yet to be counted
Where do we go from here: The day after B.C.'s 2020 election

Where do we go from here: The day after B.C.'s 2020 election

'It would be definitely surprising if the level of support for the Liberals grew with the mail-in ballots at a level that is higher than what they had [on election night]'
Horgan calls lieutenant governor, says he'll wait for the final count

Horgan calls lieutenant governor, says he'll wait for the final count

'There are hundreds of thousands of people who are waiting for their votes to count'
Until final results are in, machinery of government continues in caretaker mode

Until final results are in, machinery of government continues in caretaker mode

B.C. remains under a state of emergency that began March 18 and was last extended to Oct. 27 to support pandemic response
Greens vow to hold NDP majority to account after winning three seats in B.C. election

Greens vow to hold NDP majority to account after winning three seats in B.C. election

VICTORIA — British Columbia's Green party will have a slightly larger presence in the provincial legislature, expanding its caucus to three seats in Saturday's election.
B.C. NDP Leader John Horgan celebrates victory, thanks rivals for 'spirited' campaign

B.C. NDP Leader John Horgan celebrates victory, thanks rivals for 'spirited' campaign

VANCOUVER — John Horgan says there are still hundreds of thousands of mail-in ballots yet to be counted following Saturday's election, but one thing is certain: he's headed back to the premier's office on Monday.
'Everyone's voice must be heard': B.C. Liberal doesn't concede provincial election

'Everyone's voice must be heard': B.C. Liberal doesn't concede provincial election

VANCOUVER — B.C. Liberal leader Andrew Wilkinson urged patience Saturday night, saying every vote must be counted before the final results of the provincial election are determined.

Greens will hold B.C. NDP accountable with three-member caucus, says Furstenau

VICTORIA — Green Leader Sonia Furstenau says her slightly expanded caucus will hold British Columbia's majority New Democrat government to account in the legislature. The Green party won three seats in the B.C.
UPDATED: Search underway for missing Lil’wat men

UPDATED: Search underway for missing Lil’wat men

Father and son last seen Oct. 22
Leaders make last-day pitch for votes in British Columbia

Leaders make last-day pitch for votes in British Columbia

SURREY, B.C. — Car horns blared in support of B.C. Liberal Leader Andrew Wilkinson Friday as he spoke from a raised platform in a parking lot in one of the few events that resembled a political rally during the provincial election.