John Horgan

Trudeau meets with the Premier of Nova Scotia Tim Houston in his office in the West Block on Parliament Hill on Nov. 22, 2021 (Sean Kilpatrick/CP)

338Canada: Who’s still angry at Ottawa

Philippe J. Fournier: A new survey looking at federal-provincial attitudes suggests that even in Quebec and Alberta, regional resentment is not on the rise

John Horgan smiles as he leaves a post-election news conference in Vancouver, on Sunday, Oct. 25, 2020. (Darryl Dyck/CP)

John Horgan’s majority win in 10 key charts

After a final count of votes, the B.C. NDP won a clear majority government. Here’s a look at where the party made gains—and at whose expense.

Horgan celebrates his B.C. election win on Saturday (Jonathan Hayward/CP)

John Horgan’s bet pays off: Five takeaways from the B.C. election

Anxious voters keep rewarding incumbents, the Greens hang on and leadership questions weigh on the Liberals

Horgan leaves a campaign stop in New Westminster, B.C. on Oct. 23, 2020 (CP/Jonathan Hayward)

338Canada: A final B.C. election projection and an overwhelming outcome

Philippe J. Fournier: A flurry of polls over the past week put the B.C. NDP odds of winning at 98 per cent, with 59 seats and possibly the highest vote share in its history

Horgan is given a tour of a supermarket at a campaign stop in Vancouver on Oct. 1, 2020 (CP/Darryl Dyck)

338Canada exclusive poll: The B.C. NDP’s commanding lead

Philippe J. Fournier: John Horgan’s election gamble appears to be paying off, with a new Mainstreet poll showing an NDP majority and the Liberals in trouble

Horgan announces there will be a fall election IN B.C. Chad Hipolito/CP)

Five burning questions about the B.C. election

John Horgan wants to capitalize on his party’s recent tide of popularity, but the move carries risks

NDP Leader John Horgan arrives for an election campaign stop in Surrey, B.C., on Sept. 23, 2020 (CP/Jonathan Hayward

The B.C. election at the starting line: 338Canada projection

Philippe J. Fournier: The NDP begins the campaign comfortably in majority territory with an average of 55 seats, while the Liberals face an uphill battle

Will Canada’s only NDP government survive 2020?

John Horgan is Canada’s sole NDP premier, thanks to a power-sharing agreement with the Greens. More than two years in, Canada’s last NDP government seems stable.

Here’s how people in B.C.’s Lower Mainland are outwitting extreme gas prices

‘Blame John Horgan’ might look good on a billboard, but it doesn’t save money at the pump

Jason Kenney’s first moves show he’s more wily than scary

Rhetorical bombs are great, but never underestimate the destructive power of the humble political blow-dart

Will LNG Canada increase greenhouse-gas emissions? It’s complicated.

Opinion: Whether British Columbia’s approved LNG Canada project will increase or lower global greenhouse-gas emissions depends on one important factor

The secret no government wants you to know: No leader has a ‘mandate’

Opinion: Leaders across Canada’s political spectrum have used their ‘mandate’ as a defence for their actions. But voters beware: that’s not how our system works