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Federal Election 2019 Archive

Stroller brigades aim to put child care on federal agenda

Stroller brigades aim to put child care on federal agenda

Child care advocate says parents and caregivers are mobilizing across B.C., and she hopes Tri-City parents will get on board, to get political parties to make affordable, quality child care a priority
Burnaby meet-and-greet gets you up close to candidates in 3 ridings

Burnaby meet-and-greet gets you up close to candidates in 3 ridings

A special all-riding, non-partisan event has been set up to allow people to meet candidates in all three Burnaby federal election ridings.
In Burnaby North-Seymour, Trans Mountain splits candidates

In Burnaby North-Seymour, Trans Mountain splits candidates

Candidates split on pipeline expansion project
Opinion: Burnaby Conservative Heather Leung knocked on this voter's door

Opinion: Burnaby Conservative Heather Leung knocked on this voter's door

One of the big questions of the week in Burnaby politics is why Heather Leung is running such a private campaign. The Burnaby North-Seymour Conservative candidate has refused to respond to calls from the media about her campaign.
Liberal candidate has signs vandalized with blackface

Liberal candidate has signs vandalized with blackface

Fallout from pictures of Prime Minister Justin Trudeau dressed up in brownface in 2001 has reached the Kelowna-Lake Country riding. At least two election signs for MP Stephen Fuhr were vandalized overnight.
'People make mistakes': Burnaby Liberals stay with Trudeau after racist images emerge

'People make mistakes': Burnaby Liberals stay with Trudeau after racist images emerge

Neelam Brar of Burnaby South and Terry Beech of Burnaby North-Seymour praised the PM for his apology
Burnaby debates: When and where to see local candidates argue their case

Burnaby debates: When and where to see local candidates argue their case

The list of local all-candidates meeting will be kept updated
Letter: Not enough people vote. This can help fix that

Letter: Not enough people vote. This can help fix that

Editor: In the last federal election, less than 70% of eligible voters bothered showing up to the ballot box.
Rick Mercer fires back after Burnaby Conservatives share fake endorsement

Rick Mercer fires back after Burnaby Conservatives share fake endorsement

Canadian comedy and social commentary legend Rick Mercer has fired back at the Conservative Party of Canada and a Burnaby federal election candidate over a meme that faked one of his most famous quotes.
Burnaby Conservative unreachable after months of interview requests

Burnaby Conservative unreachable after months of interview requests

Conservative Heather Leung is too busy door-knocking to talk to media, spokesperson says