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Rob Shaw

Rob Shaw is a BC legislative journalist who writes for Glacier Media and reports for CHEK-TV.

Recent Work by Rob

Rob Shaw: BC United outflanked after tapping Trump-loving campaign manager

Rob Shaw: BC United outflanked after tapping Trump-loving campaign manager

Greens, BC United go about campaign revivals in very different ways
Rob Shaw: Capital-gains tax hike sparks tension over B.C. health-care funding

Rob Shaw: Capital-gains tax hike sparks tension over B.C. health-care funding

Premier frustrated with federal finance minister's suggestion
Rob Shaw: Brits offer glimpse into what B.C. election nights should look like

Rob Shaw: Brits offer glimpse into what B.C. election nights should look like

U.K. elections offer authenticity, while B.C. has dehumanized its own process
Rob Shaw: Ministers' last-minute exodus unlikely to hurt BC NDP fortunes

Rob Shaw: Ministers' last-minute exodus unlikely to hurt BC NDP fortunes

Retirement trend among senior BC NDP leaders opens the door to new faces ahead crucial electoral period
Rob Shaw: BC United mum on fundraising figures as NDP, Conservatives hit record highs

Rob Shaw: BC United mum on fundraising figures as NDP, Conservatives hit record highs

Ahead of the fall elections, BC NDP's major fundraising success overshadows all rival parties
Rob Shaw: BC NDP attempt to dodge blame after Surrey woman's death

Rob Shaw: BC NDP attempt to dodge blame after Surrey woman's death

Eby points finger at feds, but can't escape accountability
Rob Shaw: With Olsen out, are the BC Greens finished?

Rob Shaw: With Olsen out, are the BC Greens finished?

Adam Olsen, 48, says his bucket is "completely overflowing." After seven years as MLA, he plans to refocus his time on his family.
Rob Shaw: Eby happy to knock heads with Trudeau over federal spending

Rob Shaw: Eby happy to knock heads with Trudeau over federal spending

B.C. premier outlines specific demands to PM, including disaster funding and infrastructure support
Rob Shaw: Eby's rationale for sale of ICBC head office stretches credulity

Rob Shaw: Eby's rationale for sale of ICBC head office stretches credulity

Is turning the aging ICBC headquarters into affordable housing a bad deal for British Columbians?
Rob Shaw: Political reforms under scrutiny as anonymous group targets BC NDP rivals

Rob Shaw: Political reforms under scrutiny as anonymous group targets BC NDP rivals

Secretive third-party advertisers challenging B.C. electoral reforms
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