Samuel Oliphant: B.C. Greens have agreed to worst possible deal in their efforts to oust Christy Clark | National Post
A lot still needs to happen for British Columbia’s New Democrats and Greens to form a viable governing alliance in the province. For starters, Premier Christy Clark – as the leader who won the plurality of votes and seats in the recent election – has every right to face the legislature and present her vision for B.C., as she’s made clear she plans to do. But assuming the NDP and Greens are eventually given a chance to govern, their arrangement is likely to raise a lot of questions for voters, and is almost certain to end up being a bad deal for the Greens.

‘Final stretch’: Conservatives to gather Saturday to announce next leader | CTV News
Conservative leadership candidates are working on getting out any remaining votes ahead of Saturday’s final event in Toronto, at which the party will announce the successor to Stephen Harper.

Alberta’s Wildrose, PCs agree to create new United Conservative Party – Edmonton – CBC News
Alberta’s two conservative parties have struck a tentative deal to unite as the United Conservative Party.
Wildrose Leader Brian Jean and Progressive Conservative Leader Jason Kenney announced the proposed merger Thursday at a news conference in Edmonton.

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