Ahead of snap election, TWU professor provides insight into B.C.'s political context

Dr. Paul Rowe, Professor and Coordinator of Political and International Studies

As B.C. voters prepare to cast their ballots in this month's B.C. provincial elections, Dr. Paul Rowe, TWU Professor and Coordinator of Political and International Studies, provides insight and analysis to help people better understand the current political context.


"As of Friday, Oct. 2, at 1 p.m. – candidate nominations closed and all hopefuls had to have been submitted to Elections BC," wrote editor Ryan Uytdewilligen for the Aldergrove Star.

"The snap provincial election, called on Sept. 21 by Premier John Horgan, can now stand on somewhat sturdier ground seeing as how the names on ballots are finalized.

Paul Rowe, a professor in political studies at Trinity Western University (TWU), told the Aldergrove Star that the rushed election amid a global crisis is not unprecedented."
 
Read Dr. Paul Rowe's interview in the Aldergrove Star:
 
Interview with Dr. Paul Rowe
 


About Trinity Western University

Founded in 1962, Trinity Western University is Canada’s premier Christian liberal arts university dedicated to equipping students to establish meaningful connections between career, life, and the needs of the world. It is a fully accredited research institution offering liberal arts and sciences, as well as professional schools in business, nursing, education, human kinetics, graduate studies, and arts, media, and culture. It has five campuses and locations: Langley, Richmond-Lansdowne, Richmond-Minoru, Ottawa, and Bellingham, WA. TWU emphasizes academic excellence, research, and student engagement in a vital faith community committed to forming leaders to have a transformational impact on culture. Learn more at www.twu.ca or follow us on Twitter @TrinityWestern, on Facebook and LinkedIn.

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