Friday, January 13, 2017

Victoria Viewpoints: Friday, January 13, 2017

Our compilation of some of the stories of note from the day, reviewing the political developments from the Provincial scene.

British Columbia: The 'Wild West' of Canadian Political Cash 
New York Times report on BC: Canada's 'Wild West' of political cash
Richmond's short-term rental ban could be tough to enforce: expert
Second Vernon walk-in clinic set to close
West Kootenay hospital staff left reeling after man shoots himself in emergency room
Victoria courthouse lawn remediated after tent city removal; it will be turned into playground
BC Centre for Disease Control issues public warning about oyster illness
B.C. Liberals post donations online; party raised $12.5 million in 2016
Man accused in human-smuggling trial was owner of Tamil ship: Crown 
Nurses' union says man pulled out gun, shot himself at B.C. hospital ER
Christy Clark's bold Kinder Morgan deal could pay off during election
Protesting real estate development in Vancouver, then and now
All over but the bitumen: why B.C. voters are not done arguing about Trans Mountain's pipeline
Thompson River coal spill prompts health warning
Architect and community visionary Joe Wai dead at 76
B.C. Liberals bring in nearly $8M in corporate donations in 2016
B.C. needs an official poverty reduction plan, critics say
Doctor's admonish employers for sick notes, sent $50 invoices
TSB investigating after coal train goes off rails near Ashcroft
B.C. Liberals raking in donor cash in run-up to May 9 election
Disability payments should be boosted in next B.C. budget, advocates and experts say
Donald Trump's tariffs on would could hurt some B.C. communities
Skeptics question proposed 'worlds greenest bitumen refinery' in B.C.
BC Liberals offer 'real time' window on donations
Pipeline project faces a rocky road
Provinces should cooperate on drugs
BC Liberals start 'real-time' donor reporting
Vancouver architect and heritage advocate Joe Wai dies
Sad sign for 2017: It's Freezing and Vancouver Debates Closing Warming Centres for Homeless

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