There was a time, not so long ago, when the last descriptor imaginable for B.C. politics would have been: boring. However, the provincial election of 2020, culminating in balloting on Oct. 24, may well confirm a new direction for the province’s politics, historically characterized by fierce partisanship, intense polarization and larger-than-life personalities. Read David Mitchell’s latest commentary in Calgary Herald.
This B.C. election campaign has been boring for a change – that’s probably a good thing
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