There has never been a night where three political leaders stepped to the podium in front of their supporters and gave victory speeches.

But there also hasn't been an election quite like the one British Columbia just went through. 

Three strong personalities -- the leaders of the Liberals, the NDP and the Greens — battled it out on the campaign trail but will now have to figure out who will work with whom.

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Despite high demand and growing wait-lists for French immersion programs, the Vancouver School Board is cutting French immersion spaces for kindergarten students by nearly one third in the coming school year.

The decision comes as a result of the surprise Supreme Court of Canada ruling last fall that requires smaller class sizes in B.C. schools.

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A new federal law aims to reduce the number of people who die from opioid and other drug overdoses in Canada.

The Good Samaritan Drug Overdose Act was introduced as a private member's bill last year by B.C.Liberal backbencher Ron McKinnon and received royal assent on Thursday.

The law provides immunity from simple possession charges for anyone calling 911 to report an overdose.

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