bc election

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B.C. government has not established legitimate mandate for electoral reform

Referendum turnout is lower than the last provincial election in 2017.

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The costs of changing the way B.C. votes

Moving from the current first-past-the-post electoral system to a proportional system would likely increase both government spending and deficits in B.C.

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Policy uncertainty can drive down business investment by between six and 10.5 per cent.

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British Columbia is officially in election mode and the parties are rolling out their campaign promises. When it comes to the tax promises of the two mainstream parties, British Columbians are confronted with a choice, as it were, between higher taxes or even higher taxes. So pick your poison.

To see how they stack up, let’s look at each plan for the most important types of taxes. It’s not a pretty picture.