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Language around NDP-Green Party accord
"...[I]t was announced that the the NDP and Green Party of British Columbia had reached an agreement guaranteeing that the NDP will succeed the province's ruling Liberal Party for a four year period." The word "guaranteeing" is incorrect. Clark could still test the confidence of the Legislature and/or the Lieutenant Governor could dissolve the legislature and call another election. And, in any event, there is no guarantee any government will be in office for four years. fishhead64 (talk) 15:59, 30 May 2017 (UTC)
Move from "John Horgan (politician)" to "John Horgan"
I've done a comparison of the different articles in the John Horgan disambiguation page, and my hypothesis was correct, being that the BC Premier seems to be the primary topic when people are in search of information for "John Horgan" as evidenced here. As such, I think it's appropriate to have the disambiguation page moved to "John Horgan (disambiguation)" and this article on the British Columbian politician moved to "John Horgan". Jon Kolbert (talk) 06:01, 29 July 2017 (UTC)