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Broad Coalition Endorses 5 More BC Constituencies for Vote Cooperating PDF Print E-mail
Justice News
Friday, 29 April 2005 06:22
Broad Coalition Endorses 5 More BC Constituencies for Vote Cooperating

Victoria - The Broad Coalition has endorsed five more constituencies for voter cooperation in its second round of endorsements. The Broad Coalition is endorsing both Green and NDP constituencies so voters from both parties can cooperate to elect as many progressive candidates as possible. A Green can vote NDP in one constituency, knowing that an NDP will vote Green in another. "We now have a total of eleven constituencies where cooperation between progressive voters could avoid a serious vote split in this election," says coalition spokesperson Susan Clarke.

www.broadcoalition.net

Last Updated on Friday, 29 April 2005 06:22
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Home Sweet Home - eh! PDF Print E-mail
PEJ Events
Thursday, 28 April 2005 12:38

If I were playing golf the number of holes in our social net would make for the most challenging course in history.   While the rich consider tax relief better than golf and the social net is the party they were at last night, the people in the street doubles from about 1,100 to more than 2,100 in the past three years.

Last Updated on Thursday, 28 April 2005 12:38
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?Beat the Peak? May 3, and Show BC Hydro the Duke Point Gas Plant isn?t Needed PDF Print E-mail
Earth News
Thursday, 28 April 2005 03:13
?Beat the Peak? May 3, and Show BC Hydro the Duke Point Gas Plant isn?t Needed

The Gabriola Island NoGasPlant Coalition is working with BC Hydro to ?Beat the Peak? on Tuesday May 3. From 4:30pm to 7:30pm, we?re challenging the island to minimize power demand as much as possible. Meeting the ?peak? demand for power is BC Hydro?s rationale for building the gas-fired power plant at Nanaimo?s Duke Point. Hydro says there has to be enough generating capacity on Vancouver Island to handle the capacity shortfall which might occur during peak demand time, which occurs during the supper-hour. If we can alter our power consumption patterns, we can make new construction unnecessary.
Last Updated on Thursday, 28 April 2005 03:13
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LEFT COAST PRE PROVINCIAL ELECTION SPECIAL - April 27th, 2005 PDF Print E-mail
Justice News
Wednesday, 27 April 2005 10:19
LEFT COAST PRE PROVINCIAL ELECTION SPECIAL - April 27th, 2005

1.  The Campbell Government Revisited
2.  Enough For All - Fulcrum Project initiative
3.  Election Toolkit from BC Association of Child Development
4.  Lawn Sign Campaign - "Health Care for All, Poverty for None"
5.  Code of Silence Awards - for journalists
6.  Elections BC bans WCWC's "Vote Wild" Newspaper (but the grizzlies love it!)
7.  BC Coalition of Women's Centres Election Strategy
8.  Social Assistance Concerns for Candidates
9.  Know STV - word from the 'no' vote
10. STV Mythbusting - words from the 'yes' vote
11. REALTORS? Focus on Housing Affordability And Property Rights in BC Election
Last Updated on Wednesday, 27 April 2005 10:19
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Animated Demo of BC- STV and How it Works PDF Print E-mail
Justice News
Wednesday, 27 April 2005 07:13
Animated Demo of BC- STV Voting and How it Works

This demo shows how BC-STV works as you consider your vote on the referendum question May 17 in British Colubmia. It takes a while to load STV - "Safe, Trustworthy Voting."

citizensassembly.bc.ca/resources/flash/bc-stv-full.swf  
Last Updated on Wednesday, 27 April 2005 07:13
 
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