Justin Trudeau lends support to Tamara Taggart campaign in Vancouver-Kingsway
Gerald Baier, a professor of political science at UBC, spoke to the Vancouver Sun (also in The Province) about former TV anchor Tamara Taggart’s campaign for a political seat.
Mar 26, 2019
How Justin Trudeau was ensnared by scandal: A corruption case and ‘veiled threats’
The New York Times spoke to Gerald Baier, a professor of political science at UBC, in an article about Justin Trudeau and the SNC-Lavalin debacle. Baier said the case had similarities […]
Mar 6, 2019
The Mavericks: B.C. politicians have a long history of taking on their leaders
The Vancouver Sun spoke to Gerald Baier, a professor of political science at UBC, for an article about politicians in B.C. Baier said that B.C.’s right-leaning free-enterprise party and the […]
Mar 4, 2019
B.C. government promises action on ticket scalpers, payday loans in throne speech
Gerald Baier, a political science professor at UBC, commented on the throne speech by the B.C. government for a CBC article.
Feb 13, 2019
B.C. Liberals and Greens turn to new strategies after byelection defeat
CBC spoke to Gerald Baier, a political science professor at UBC, about the Green Party defeat in the Nanaimo byelection. “The Greens have to ask themselves the question — have they […]
Feb 1, 2019
Jagmeet Singh stakes NDP leadership on risky Burnaby South byelection bid
The Vancouver Sun spoke to Gerald Baier, a political science professor at UBC, in an article about NDP leader Jagmeet Singh’s byelection bid.
Jan 29, 2019
A simple pro-rep question could have won, poll finds
Vancouver Sun spoke to Gerald Baier, a political science professor at UBC, about the rejection of proportional representation in the recent referendum. “This is the third strike so that’s pretty […]
Dec 24, 2018
Inside legislature probe
Gerald Baier, a UBC political science professor, spoke to Castanet about an ongoing RCMP investigation at B.C.’s legislature. Baier said proceedings at the legislature will continue as deputies assume the […]
Nov 23, 2018
Senior leadership at B.C. legislature put on administrative leave
Gerald Baier, a political science professor at UBC, commented on a report in the Vancouver Sun about the suspension of senior leadership of B.C.’s legislature. “They are trying to do […]
Nov 22, 2018
Electoral reform debate
Gerald Baier, a UBC professor of political science, was interviewed on CBC Radio’s BC Today about the electoral reform referendum ahead of a debate on the topic. Baier discussed the […]
Nov 9, 2018
Metro Van regional board faces big turnover next month
Gerald Baier, a political scientist at UBC, spoke to the Vancouver Sun about Metro Vancouver’s board of directors. “A lot of the services that Metro delivers are the ones that […]
Oct 26, 2018
Choosing who to vote for
CBC Radio’s BC Today interviewed Gerald Baier, a UBC political science professor, about the municipal elections. Baier weighed in on what made this election unique. He was also quoted in […]
Oct 22, 2018
Where to watch, read and listen to CBC B.C.’s election coverage
CBC reported on upcoming municipal election coverage which will include panelist Gerald Baier, a UBC political science professor. CBC B.C. will be live during election night on Oct. 20.
Oct 19, 2018
B.C.’s LNG legislation to require rare Liberal, NDP co-operation
CBC quoted UBC associate professor of political science Gerald Baier in an article about the co-operation needed between political parties in the LNG project. The need for support could provide the Liberals with […]
Oct 4, 2018
Court asked to rule on Chinese characters on Vancouver election ballots
Gerald Baier, a political science professor at UBC, was quoted in an article in The Province about the use of Chinese characters on the municipal election ballot. It was found […]
Sep 21, 2018
UBC experts on B.C. budget update
British Columbia’s New Democrat government is expected to unveil its first budget Monday following last week’s throne speech.
Sep 11, 2017
UBC bootcamp for future politicians expands to Ontario
With Ontario voters heading to the polls next month and uncertainty surrounding Toronto’s City Hall, the University of British Columbia is expanding its bootcamp for aspiring politicians to that province this summer.
May 6, 2014
UBC experts for B.C. election
From politics to pipelines, UBC experts are available to comment on the upcoming 2013 B.C. election campaign.
Apr 15, 2013