Andrew Weaver

George Heyman, Andrew Weaver

Andrew Weaver on why he’s stepping down as B.C. Green leader

A transcript of remarks, in which Weaver invited ’another generation take the lead’
Ont NDP Announcement 20180317

’Change’ or just more of the same? It’s campaign slogan déjà vu.

QUIZ: The Ontario NDP is offering ’change for the better’. They’re not the first. Match these campaign taglines to the leader and election.
Andrew Weaver

With his antics, the B.C. Greens’ Andrew Weaver risks making himself irrelevant

Opinion: The most powerful non-premier in B.C. has been prone to outbursts in his time as the province’s kingmaker—a reminder of the risks of outsider politics

B.C.’s housing debate is political. A foreign investment ban is politics.

Opinion: B.C. Green party leader Andrew Weaver is proposing a ban on foreign investment—revealing that such solutions are a partisan affair

Why B.C. might actually get proportional representation this time

Some senior NDP members are boldly predicting that PR will happen. Are they banking on a long-term relationship with the Greens?
Exploring British Columbia’s Vancouver

B.C.’s carbon-tax changes are covered in Green thumbprints

Remember how B.C.’s carbon tax was supposed to be ’revenue neutral?’ With the NDP in power, and the Greens pulling strings, those days are over.

Why the B.C. Liberals should suck it up and offer a Speaker

Voters have decided how they want the assembly divided. Why undermine the tradition of a non-partisan Speaker?
Christy Clark

How the B.C. Liberals squandered their chance to keep power

Christy Clark has been her party’s best player, leading it to an improbable win four years ago. But when it came time to talk to the Greens, the Liberals left her on the bench.

A brave new world of policy in British Columbia 

With the NDP and Greens set to defeat Christy Clark when the legislature sits in June, B.C. prepares for a major legislative shakeup

Big changes in store for B.C. under NDP and Greens

From proportional representation to provincial day care, John Horgan and Andrew Weaver want to close the book on the Clark era. Is the province ready?