Tuesday, May 10, 2016
Victoria Viewpoints: Tuesday, May 10, 2016
Our compilation of some of the stories of note from the day, reviewing the political developments from the Provincial scene.
Province to Collect Foreign Buyer Data, Reluctant to Impose Any Tax
British Columbia unveils new rules to limit real estate 'shadow flipping'
B.C. watchdog concerned over 'temporary' youth custody centre
British Columbia's carbon tax is an opportunity for Christy Clark
B.C. privacy commissioner mainly positive toward new FOI policies
B.C. to open 'no questions asked' youth housing project in Downtown Eastside
B.C. Liberals won't be thrilled with poll results on political donations
B.C. announces new rules to end 'shadow flipping'
B.C. government increasers funding for at-risk DTES youth
B.C. premier in unfamiliar position with election 1 year away
Liberals finally make real commitment to openness
McKenzie interchange going ahead despite criticism, minister says
B.C. NDP: Stop Nanaimo care-home layoffs
De Jong loosens up information flow
Dry Forest conditions in BC cause for concern
BC Government tightens rules on shadow flipping