In keeping with British Columbia’s reputation for free-wheeling zaniness in politics, anyone eager to buy a piece of its next premier is welcome to do so— virtually, that is. In fact, the market in political futures operates 24 hours a day, seven days a week.By CHRIS WOOD7 min
Last week, Canada’s national government tried to narrow that distance somewhat. Or perhaps it merely hoped to make it appear as if it were doing so. Many British Columbians were left uncertain which it was. Among them was Myriam Laberge. The Vancouver-area meeting facilitator has spent much of her time lately prompting her fellow citizens to discuss their country’s uncertain future, with a view to making it a bit less uncertain.
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