June 16, 2017 •
British Columbia Lawmakers Reconvene on June 22
On June 22, the Legislative Assembly of British Columbia will resume following an election without any clear mandate for the direction of the government.
The provincial election held last month produced no party winning with a majority in the 87-seat Assembly. A proclamation calling for the convening of the Assembly was confirmed by Judith Guichon, the 29th Lieutenant Governor of British Columbia and the representative of the Crown in the province, and was released on June 12.
A speech from the Throne is expected in the afternoon of the 22nd.
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