Friday, January 20, 2017

Victoria Viewpoints: Friday, January 20, 2017

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

B.C. Liberals eschew Bernie Sanders style grassroots funding
Victoria Council postpones decision on foreign buyer tax in Capital Region
Christy Clark no longer receiving $50,000 stipend from party
B.C. Premier Christy Clark no longer receiving stipend from party
We can't afford to wait: We need opioid alternatives for pain
B.C. Liberals display arrogance on the issue of campaign financing
Vancouver Mayor Gregor Robinson needs to make himself great again
Kindergarten wait lists grow as enrolment rises in Victoria
Coming to beneath a park and school near you: a hybrid substation
Province, local governments could do more on overdose crisis, says federal health minister
Get rid of daily patient cap, says B.C. Walk in clinic founder
Health Minister concerned clean drug proposal lacks public support
Trans Mountain pipeline customers still have chance to opt out of project
B.C. Premier Christy Clark cancels $50,000 party stipend after growing criticism
Applications pour in for B.C. home loan program
Mayors tell Trudeau to fund housing in bid to help tackle overdose crisis
Vancouver Island First Nation files aboriginal title claim in court
Vancouver Island University plans $40 million health, science centre
Camosun, Royal Roads plan $70M in expansions
Don't stand for politicians entitlement
Foreign Buyers tax not the 'silver bullet' to fix housing affordability
B.C.'s legal battle with teachers' union cost $2.6M
B.C. Hydro can't be ordered to make power cheaper for Poor, Commission rules

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