Monday, January 16, 2017

Victoria Viewpoints: Monday, January 16, 2017

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

New York Times report on B.C. political cash 'laughable,' says deputy premier
"It's embarrassing': Experts, politicians weigh in on New York Times article exposing B.C. political cash
B.C.'s first-time home buyer loan program launches
Osoyoos man laments 56 week wait for hip replacement
BC Liberals disclose 2016 donation details amid heightened scrutiny
Amid a cash for access clampdown, the BC Liberals are laughing
British Columbia launches loan program for first-time home buyers
In British Columbia, demand for naloxone kits soar as fentanyl crisis continues
B.C. pipeline fee (or is it a tax?) sets a terrible precedent
Political donations cost B.C. taxpayers millions annually
First-time home buyer program attracting applicants: BC Housing minister
B.C. starts hiring new teachers, with biggest share going to Surrey
Will Liberals unhook reliance on big fish fundraising?
Analysts says B.C. should look to India for international students as other markets slow
Digging a path to reconciliation
Report into 10 child care challenges Liberal arguments
Cowichan Valley NDP picks election candidate in race spiked with bitterness
Poll says Vancouver Mayor Robertson has lowest approval rating in country
A Nine Step Plan to Fix the Vancouver Sun and Province
'Duty to Consult' a Cruel Joke if First Nations can't handle the load

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