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Michael J. Prince, Political Science / Human & Social Development: BC Liberals say they want to form minority government

May 25, 2017 BC Liberals say they want to form minority government As reported in the Canadian Press, "BC entered a new stage of political uncertainty" on Wednesday, as the final vote count from the election two weeks ago confirmed the province's first minority government in 65 years. Michael Prince provided comment in the story, which was published in Maclean's, HuffPost Canada, National Post, Calgary Herald and the Prince George Citizen. Maclean's (Source: CP) Prince was also interviewed on CHEK News, CTV Vancouver Island, CFAX 1070 and CBC Victoria's "All Points West" speaking about the BC Election ballot count results and what the final results (minority government) might mean for the parties and their platforms. CHEK (skip to 3:08) CFAX (Links to other broadcasts not available at this time)

Scott Watson: OpEd - The forgotten corridors of global displacement

May 16, 2017 Scott Watson: OpEd: The forgotten corridors of global displacement Scott Watson and Helen Lansdowne authored an opinion piece, now online for the Vancouver Sun, on forced migration and the forgotten corridors of displacement, the theme of the CARFMS 2017 conference hosted by the Centre for Asia-Pacific Initiatives at UVic this week for the first time on the west coast of Canada. VSun

Norman Ruff, Political Science: Make-up of next government could be unknown for another three weeks

May 11, 2017 Make-up of next government could be unknown for another three weeks For today's front-page story, the Vancouver Sun interviewed Ruff about different scenarios that could emerge over the coming weeks, given that it could be as long as a month before British Columbians will know what the next government will look like. VSun

Michael J. Prince, Political Science / Human & Social Development: 'Kingmaker' for now: BC Green party leader Andrew Weaver suddenly thrust into spotlight

May 11, 2017 'Kingmaker' for now: BC Green party leader Andrew Weaver suddenly thrust into spotlight Michael Prince told the National Post that minority governments have not boded well for the third party, despite the BC Greens' current position as a result of Tuesday's election. National Post

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